Is Clint Eastwood's wife in rehab? It appears so, but it's not what you might expect. Eastwood's wife Dina Ruiz has checked herself into an exclusive Arizona rehab facility to receive treatment for depression and anxiety, according to TMZ.
Eastwood's wife Dina has her own reality TV series on E! called Mrs. Eastwood & Company, about her life with her two daughters Francesca and Morgan.
Watch Clint Eastwood's wife Dina in a clip from Mrs. Eastwood & Company!
Eastwood, 82, and his 47-year-old wife have been married since 1996, but they haven't always been on a smooth course. Rumor has it the two have recently been feuding, and they have not been photographed in public together since 2011.
Could Eastwood's wife's rehab be connected to rumors of marriage troubles?
While celebrity rehab stints are usually associated with substance abuse, it's hardly uncommon for people who suffer from anxiety and depression to seek treatment in rehabilitation facilities. And mental disorders, at their worst, can wreak just as much havoc on relationships as substance addictions.
Eastwood's wife's specific rehab facility is unknown, but we do know of one exclusive treatment center in Arizona that specializes in mental and behavioral health issues.
Cottonwood de Tucson, which calls itself "an inpatient holistic behavioral health treatment center," advertises treatment programs for mood disorders including depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder, among others. Cottonwood seems like a likely choice for Eastwood's wife's rehab.
The treatment center is located on 34 acres in the foothills overlooking Tucson in Arizona's Sonoran Desert. Past guests of Cottonwood de Tucson include Rowan Atkinson and Geri Halliwell. The usual length of stay for patients at Cottonwood is 6 weeks, and it doesn't come cheap: rates at Cottonwood reportedly run from $988 to $1,430 per day.
Dina Eastwood's road to recovery could also take her to The Meadows Clinic, another luxury rehab facility in Arizona favored by celebrity clients like Kate Moss, Eric Benet, Mike Tyson, and Robbie Williams. But The Meadows seems somewhat more tailored to the treatment of substance abuse, gambling and sex addictions, so our money is still on Cottonwood.
We hope Dina Eastwood's rehab treatment works out for the very best. Anxiety and depression are no joke, and we're glad she's reached out for help.