Jane Seymour, Husband James Keach Reunite One Day After Divorce Announcement: Picture

Celebrity News Apr. 15, 2013 AT 3:00PM
James Keach, honoree Lee Woodruff and actress Jane Seymour attend Jane Seymour's 3rd annual Open Hearts Foundation celebration at a private residence on April 13, 2013 in Malibu, California. James Keach, honoree Lee Woodruff and actress Jane Seymour attend Jane Seymour's 3rd annual Open Hearts Foundation celebration at a private residence on April 13, 2013 in Malibu, California. Credit: Angela Weiss/WireImage.com

This is how amicable is done! One day after announcing their divorce, Jane Seymour and estranged husband James Keach, were side-by-side and all smiles as they co-hosted the Third Annual Open Hearts Foundation Gala Saturday, April 13 in Malibu.

"There was no drama," a rep for the event tells Us Weekly of the actress, 62, and actor-director, 65, who both spoke to the crowd about their joint charity's efforts. Each "emphasized how they were glad to focus on raising attention for people who had faced major adversity and challenges in their own lives," the rep continued. The Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman actress looked typically stunning in a blue chiffon Pamella Roland dress.

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"The only tears we saw were about the honorees' amazing stories," the rep added of the night. Seymour and Keach -- who once directed her in Dr. Quinn -- wed in 1993 and share twin sons John and Kristopher, 17. In a statement to Us, they confirmed they've been separated for "several months," and are currently negotiating their divorce. "They will continue their relationship as devoted parents to their children, as business associates and partners, and in their joint dedication to preserving and furthering the charitable endeavors that they've worked on throughout their marriage."

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It will be the fourth divorce for Seymour and the the third for Keach.

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Some of the night's speakers included ESPN's Hannah Storm, who recounted a recent scary grill accident that threatened to disfigure her, and her subsequent work with those suffering from vascular birthmarks. Bob Woodruff's wife Lee Woodruff spoke on the couple's behalf about the ABC News veteran's 2006 brain injury in Iraq.

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