Francesca Eastwood, the daughter of famed Hollywood actor Clint Eastwood and "Titanic" actress Frances Fisher, reportedly wants her week-long marriage to Jordan Feldstein annulled.
The reality TV star, 20, and the Hollywood talent manager, 35, are believed to have exchanged "I dos" at Las Vegas' Simple wedding chapel on Nov. 17. A new report claims that Eastwood regrets her rash decision, which was reportedly fueled by alcohol and she is subsequently seeking an annulment, according to TMZ.com.
"They haven't even been dating that long, but when in Vegas!" a source told Us magazine shortly after the pair tied the knot.
Eastwood previously starred in the E! reality TV show "Mrs. Eastwood and Company" alongside her stepmother Dina, 48, and her famous father, 83. Feldstein reportedly manages a number of Hollywood celebrities, including singers Adam Levine and Robin Thicke.
The pair joins the likes of Britney Spears and Jason Alexander, who ended their marriage after 55 hours after their Vegas wedding.
Other Hollywood celebrities who famously wed in Vegas but quickly regretted their decision include Carmen Electra and Dennis Rodman, who filed for an annulment after nine days. Axl Rose and Erin Everly, who ended their marriage after 26 days, and Pamela Anderson and Rick Salomon, who split after 60 days, according to Gawker.com.
Prior to Feldstein, Eastwood was linked to photographer Tyler Shields, who appeared on her family's reality TV show. In January, the reality TV star gushed about Shields.
"We've been together two years and met doing a photo shoot together," she said. "I have some gifts from Tyler that I always have [with me]. My stuffed animal Nino, my bear, is my lucky thing."
Francesca and Feldstein, who manages the likes of singers Adam Levine and Robin Thicke among others, are not the only ones ending their marriage.
In October, Dina filed for divorce from Clint after 17 years of marriage. One report blamed the family's reality TV show for tearing the couple apart.
"Clint was furious about the show. It went against everything he stands for: he's incredibly private, and he puts his kids on TV … It's not a happy time for them," a source told People magazine.