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While the approach is less conventional, the pair have been living 'separate but together' in their Auckland home for close to 20 months now.
The benefits of their arrangement mean rather than needing to sell up, the family could continue living in a community they love, plus there's an estimated saving of around NZD 00 a week.
'We are both free to date, but have agreed to not "blurt and hurt", she said.
And the couple's mantra for navigating tricky relationship waters post-marriage: 'Unless asked, don't reveal.''We don't go on and on about some new person we were interested in or to come home from a date and share all the details,' she continued.
I love you always, Riley.' 'Sitting here with my best friend who I love with all my heart.
We have spent our lives together and it has been full of joy and warmth every day.'Meanwhile, Riley, who Mary met aged 18 on an ocean cruise, shared the same photo on his Instagram with an equally touching tribute which said: 'I'll always love you, Mary.' Trainspotting star Ewan plays two brothers, Emmit and Ray Stussey in the latest series of Fargo.
The couple met on the set of court drama Kavanagh QC in 1995, shortly before the Scottish star's portrayal of heroin addict Mark Renton in Danny Boyle's Trainspotting won him international acclaim.
Mail Online has contacted a representative for further comment.Speaking to Stuff, Geoff Mc Lay said as he is semi-retired, and Laurel's income can fluctuate, separating physically would impact on both their lifestyles.'We looked at lots of different options, including nesting, where the children stay in the house and the parents move in and out in turns, but that was also a cost consideration,' Mr Mc Lay said.In order to make their situation work, Ms Mc Lay told Daily Mail Australia the pair defined some clear boundaries. Next they established guidelines around child care, finances, holidays and socialising. However, the most obvious boundary the couple needed clarity on was around dating.While dating is on the table, bringing home new partners most certainly isn't.'If you're going to date, do it outside the family home.'Given the pair are free to now see others, and their situation is remarkably structured in terms of boundaries, neither seems in any sort of hurry to start seeing others.'We talk about it, neither of us are that excited about the prospect of dating anyway.It's not like either of us are rushing out to find the new love of our lives.'When asked if the couples' unusual situation meant it could be more difficult to move on and meet someone new, Ms Mc Lay responded, 'It's not a normal living situation.''You can be close to someone of the opposite sex, and spend a lot of time with them but not be partner material.'There's the release from the pressure of him being my husband, and someone I have to spend all my time with.'It is Ms Mc Lay belief the couple's arrangement challenges the status quo – in a positive way - one she's candidly blogged about under the title: 'Wasbands and werewives – a new form of marriage''We define gender by so many different ways now, why can't we define partnerships differently? The family still spend time together in important ways such as taking a group holiday once a year, but Christmas isn't shared.