California Governor Arnold Schwarzengger and his wife Maria Shriver (R) attend funeral services for Italian film producer Dino De Laurentiis in Los Angeles
Maria Shriver is reportedly having second thoughts about divorcing Arnold Schwarzenegger, according to a report. Reuters

Maria Shriver may not want to get divorced from actor and former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger after all.

TMZ is reporting in an exclusive that Shriver is torn, partly because of her strong religious beliefs that do not include divorce.

Schwarzenegger apparently wants Shriver back, too. He's reportedly been extremely sweet and has tried to woo Shriver back with gestures including presents.

After filing for divorce on July 1 and moving out months before, Shriver has purchased a $10 million Brentwood, Ca. mansion. She is renovating that now, and proceeding with plans to live without Schwarzenegger, but apparently having serious second thoughts.

In the divorce filing that came after Arnold Schwarzenegger revealed he had a secret love child with the family's longtime maid, Shriver is seeking spousal support and asked that Schrwazenegger pay her legal costs. Considering his fortune from acting and appearances, the former California governor is expected to pay one of the costliest celebrity settlements ever should the divorce go through.

Shriver and Schwarzenegger were married for 25 years, and they have fould children together. When she filed for divorce, Shriver cited irreconcilable differences.