Bijou Phillips is keeping a small piece of her marriage to Danny Masterson despite filing for divorce this week.
The “Raising Hope” actress, 43, was photographed leaving a real estate office in Los Olivos, Calif., on Tuesday afternoon while still wearing her wedding ring.
It’s unclear whether she’s looking to buy or sell a home amid her split from Masterson, with whom she shares a 9-year-old daughter, Fianna Francis.
Phillips wore a green top, denim skirt and beige tote bag during the outing.
She also appeared makeup-free with her curly locks flowing in the wind.
It’s unclear why the former model decided to continue wearing her marital bling in public despite the court filing, in which she cited “irreconcilable differences.”
However, Phillips and Masterson are still legally married, with their divorce not yet finalized.
There have also been rumors that the mother-of-one didn’t actually want to separate from her husband of almost 12 years, but may have felt forced to do so after he was convicted to 30 years to life in prison for rape.
“She’s been through a very difficult time since her conviction,” a source told People last week, before saying, “She loves Danny and has no plans to file for divorce. She will be by his side for all of this.
Until Monday, when Phillips filed for dissolution of their marriage, she presented a very united front with Masterson throughout his legal troubles.
She was often photographed alongside him as they entered and exited the courtroom together.
Even after the “That ’70s Show” alum was convicted in May of raping two women, the actress reportedly still believed he was innocent.
“Danny is adamant he did nothing wrong and Bijou believes him,” a source told the Daily Mail on September 8.
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Phillips was reportedly more concerned about her then-husband’s well-being in prison and whether anyone would try to harm him.
“It’s a nightmare, but she will be by his side moving forward and will continue to be there for their daughter,” the source said.
Phillips’ loyalty went so far that she wrote a character letter to the judge before Masterson’s sentencing, calling him a “life-saving partner” in an attempt to get him to reduce the prison sentence.
“We need him more than you can imagine,” the former New York socialite said, referring to herself and her daughter.
“I know he was convicted of serious crimes, but the man I married has been nothing but an amazing husband to me and a devoted father to our daughter.”
Phillips and Masterson married at a private castle in Ireland in October 2011 after dating for seven years.
Although the “Bully” actress has since filed to end her marriage, the couple’s official separation date remains unclear given that she wrote “TBD” in court documents, meaning TBD .
Phillips’ attorney did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.