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Arnie to get daughter's forgivenes

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Maria Shriver is "heartbroken" over revelations Arnold Schwarzenegger fathered a love child.

ARNOLD Schwarzenegger's daughter is set to forgive her father's infidelity.

Katherine Schwarzenegger - one of the four children the 'Terminator' star has with his estranged wife Maria Shriver - has taken to her twitter account to speak about the importance of forgiveness and not holding grudges, following revelations the former Governor of California had fathered a 14-year-old son with the family's retired housekeeper, Mildred Patricia Baena .

She wrote: "Sometimes we forgive people cause we want them back in our lives. (sic)"

Another post read, "Holding grudges is bad for your health. Forgive and let go. It doesn't mean keep them around either", while a third one said: "Everything happens for a reason, the hard part is finding out what that reason is."

While Katherine, 21, may be set to forgive her father, the same can not be said of Maria as she is said to have hired A-list divorce lawyer Laura Wasser.

It is thought the couple - who had been married for 25 years and also have Christina, 19, Patrick, 17, and 13-year-old Christopher together - did not have a prenuptial agreement so Maria could pocket $100 million in a settlement as their combined worth is said to be between $200 million and $400 million.

Arnold, 63, admitted last week he had fathered a lovechild with Mildred and had found out he was the boy's father when the he was a toddler but kept the secret from his wife for over 10 years.

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