British actress Hurley poses with her husband Nayar on the red carpet for the premiere of the movie 'Valentino: The Last Emperor' at La Fenice Theatre in Venice
British actress Liz Hurley poses with her husband Arun Nayar on the red carpet for the premiere of the movie 'Valentino: The Last Emperor' directed by Matt Tyrnauer of the U.S at La Fenice Theatre in Venice August 28, 2008. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

After publicly admitting that she and her husband, Arun Nayar, have parted ways following her link-ups with Australian cricketer Shane Warne, Liz Hurley has now revealed that she wants to reconcile with her husband.

Why this turnaround? Her relationship with her new beau has ended. As reported by all the tabloids, Elizabeth dumped the Australian cricketer after discovering that he was actively pursuing another woman in Melbourne.

The Sun has reported that Hurley is now keen on rekindling her romance with Nayar. An insider revealed to the tabloid, Liz knows she's been a fool and has phoned Arun to say sorry and beg forgiveness. But Arun wants no part of it and is still going for quickie divorce.

Another factor for an attempt for reconciliation may also be the absence of prenuptial agreement between Hurley and Nayyar. The actress will stand to lose nearly 50 per cent of her fortune if the divorce goes through. Arun Nayar, is an international businessman but his earnings nowhere match that of his actress/model/entrepreneur wife.

According to New Idea magazine, Simone Callahan, Shane Warne’s ex- wife, who was looking at a reconciliation was devastated after the revelations. She and Warne were back together and had even considered remarrying until his affair with Hurley was reported.

After it emerged that he had allegedly bombarded Adele Angeleri, from Melbourne, with sexual text messages, Callahan left the couple's new $9 million Victorian-style mansion in the Melbourne suburb of Brighton.