The Unfaithful star separated from her actor husband late last year (12) and she filed for divorce earlier this month (Feb13).Lane was previously married to actor Lambert, the father of her daughter Eleanor, and he has now offered his sympathies after the split news. It's sad news, but you know sometimes things come to an end, but I am here for her.He tells the New York Daily News, "Diane and myself really stayed the best of friends, and so I wish her the best on a heart level. "I wish her really, really the best possible because she is a great woman, great mother, great actress." Lane and Lambert divorced in 1994 and she went on to marry Brolin in 2004.

I've had my lapses.' When a publisher offered the band millions of dollars for a book on their experiences touring, they turned it down as they wanted to keep the stories private.

But a new book by Bozzett deals with the early days of the band and Bon Jovi's alleged closeness to Lane, whose films include The Perfect Storm and Unfaithful.

The pair were apparently a hot couple back in 1985 but broke up over the actress's growing relationship with band mate Richie Sambora according to the new book.

Diane filed for divorce two weeks ago from Josh, citing irreconcilable differences.

The 48-year-old babe should have no problem getting back into the dating game.

Strolling round New York like newlyweds, Jon Bon Jovi and his wife were all smiles yesterday.The handsome rocker and Dorothea Hurley couldn't have looked less concerned about the upcoming publication of an explosive new book about his band.They have after all been married for 21 years and, as his childhood sweetheart, she knew exactly what she was buying into.So they are well placed to survive the revelations of former Bon Jovi manager Rich Bozzett - which lifts the lid on his relationship with actress Diane Lane, who took up with bandmate Richie Sambora.The pair married in Las Vegas at the Graceland Wedding Chapel in 1989.They were childhood sweethearts but in past interviews Bon Jovi has admitted to not always being as good a partner as he should have been in the early days.'I've not been a saint.