Rose was married to American actor Dylan McDermott. On September 27, 2007, People magazine confirmed that Rose and McDermott had separated. Nearly eight months after the duo announced they had separated, the actor filed for divorce from his wife on May 21, 2008. Without either using lawyers, they peacefully separated as friends, with joint custody of their children. Their divorce was finalized on January 2, 2009. They have two daughters, Colette and Charlotte, with whom she resides in Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles.
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