Malaysian celebrity couple Farid Kamil and Diana Danielle have confirmed the speculation that they are rekindling their relationship a month after their divorce.
Rumours of the pair's reconciliation surfaced on Sept 14 after Farid, 42, posted an Instagram Story showing him and Diana, 31, holding a press interview together.
In a recent interview with mStar – The Star's Malay language news portal – Diana revealed that she and Farid will be registering their rujuk (reconciliation) process in court as soon as possible.
The actress made it clear, however, that the process will not be rushed as she was still observing "iddah" (the period after divorce).
"We will be going to court as soon as we can, but all this has to be done following a process.
"This matter cannot be rushed. It's not that I don't want to announce the rujuk. It's just that it involves court procedures," she said.
Sharing more about their reconciliation, Diana added that she and Farid are currently in the phase of improving themselves and looking for the best way to mend their broken marriage.
"We never stopped praying (for our relationship). We never knew this was how things were going to turn out as everything is decided by Allah.
"For now, we are still finding the best course for our future. We want to rebuild what we had before (the divorce).
"But I don't want to share too much on this matter as there has to be privacy in our relationship," she said.
Wrapping up the interview with an explanation on why she intends to rebuild her relationship with Farid, Diana revealed that it was because she wanted the best for her two children.
The Imaginur star also said that she was delighted to see Farid doing his best to be a good father despite the divorce.
"I grew up without the love of a father, and I don't want my children to go through the same thing.
"What's important is that the kids receive the love of a father. That would be the best gift for me," she concluded.
Diana and Farid appeared to be in good spirits after attending the Karnival Mega Suria FM event at Padang Timur in Petaling Jaya, Selangor together on Sept 16.
On March 10, Diana filed fora divorce from Farid under Section 47 of the Islamic Family Law (State of Selangor) Enactment 2003 – citing irreconcilable differences and shiqaq (prolonged dispute) as reasons for the separation.
The couple, who were married for nearly 11 years, were legally divorced on Aug 10 after Faridpronounced the talak before before Petaling Syariah Lower Court Judge Shukran Yusof in an online proceeding conducted via Google Meet.
Farid and Diana tied the knot on Nov 3, 2012. They have two children together – Muhammad, 10, and Aurora, eight.