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That Was Fast! Adrienne Maloof’s Hubby Ditches Wedding Ring, Is All Smiles On Night Out

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By Alexis TereszcukRadar Entertainment Editor

That was fast!

Just two days after announcing their separation Adrienne Maloof’s estranged husband Paul Nassif stepped out wearing a big smile but not his wedding ring.

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As RadarOnline.com exclusively reported, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stars have decided to end their nine-year marriage, and these photos show that Adrienne’s plastic surgeon husband didn’t waste any time showing off his newly single status by baring his ring finger.

He was accompanied by two of their children, a nanny and a friend.

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Adrienne told RadarOnline.com that the decision to split from him was the right one for their three children.

“I’m so sorry that this is happening but my children are my life and sometimes we need to do what’s best for them.”

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While Paul filed for joint custody in his court papers, Adrienne is planning to fight him for full custody of their children.

“She says she is the parent who is with the kids the most, and she will do everything she can to keep them. She believes this is what is best for them,” a source close to the Maloof heiress told RadarOnline.com.

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Adrienne has not been spotted in public since the announcement, and she skipped the Real Housewives reunion taping at Lisa Vanderpump’s just one day after going to Lisa’s vow renewals.

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