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Denise Richards 'too old' for Charlie

2012-06-13 20:59

Los Angeles - Denise Richards says she is too old for Charlie Sheen.

Although the 41-year-old actress has a great relationship with her former spouse, even guest starring in an episode of his new TV show Anger Management, she has ruled out a reconciliation with Charlie because he likes younger women.

When asked if the pair would ever get back together, Denise, who has daughters Sam, eight, and Lola, seven with 46-year-old Charlie said: "I don't think so, I'm way too old for him... he likes 20 year olds."

'We actually had fun together'

Although Denise says there is no chance of her getting back together with Charlie, the pair now have a great relationship but she thinks it was weird for people on the set of his FX TV show to see them getting on so well.

Denise - who also has an 11-month-old adopted daughter, Eloise - told Access Hollywood: "I'm so excited for the show and him and he asked if I would do an episode and I did. We actually have fun together.

"I think it was more weird for people on set watching us work together. For us, we get along quite well. We see each other often... We met working, we worked together while we were married. I did a couple of episodes of Two and Half Men. This is the first thing we did after our divorce." publishes all comments posted on articles provided that they adhere to our Comments Policy. Should you wish to report a comment for editorial review, please do so by clicking the 'Report Comment' button to the right of each comment.

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