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Valerie Bertinelli selling rings, shoes from 2011 Tom Vitale wedding

Valerie Bertinelli’s wedding rings and shoes will soon be up for grabs.

The Food Network star, 62, told her Instagram followers on Tuesday that she is selling the Tiffany & Co. jewelry and Jimmy Choo sandals from her 2011 nuptials with Tom Vitale.

“Dropped a few things off with @therealreal,” the actress captioned photos of the keepsakes.

“A couple of Tiffany rings that have some bad memories attached and a pair of shoes I wore to a wedding in January 2011 😉,” she continued. “They should be up in a couple of weeks! ✨💖.”

Bertinelli’s son, Wolf Van Halen, whom she shares with late ex-husband Eddie Van Halen, commented, “Love you, Ma ❤️❤️❤️.”

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The keepsakes have “bad memories attached,” she wrote via Instagram.

Instagram/ Valerie Bertinelli

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The keepsakes have “bad memories attached,” she wrote via Instagram.

Instagram/ Valerie Bertinelli

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The social media upload comes four months after the Golden Globe winner filed for divorce from Vitale, 59.

The former couple, who met in 2004 and got engaged six years later, separated in November 2021. Bertinelli has since put their marital home in Hollywood Hills on the market for $2.5 million.

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Bertinelli filed for divorce from Tom Vitale in May.
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As for the “Hot in Cleveland” alum’s previous marriage, Bertinelli was married to Eddie from 1981 to 2007. The rocker died in 2020 at age 65 after battling cancer.

“40 years ago my life changed forever when I met you,” the Emmy winner captioned her emotional Instagram tribute at the time. “You gave me the one true light in my life, our son, Wolfgang.

“Through all your challenging treatments for lung cancer, you kept your gorgeous spirit and that impish grin,” she continued. “I’m so grateful Wolfie and I were able to hold you in your last moments. I will see you in our next life my love.”