Olympian Johnny Weir and Victor Voronov have called off their divorce.

“My husband and I have happily reconciled,” Weir tweeted to his more than 208,000 followers. “Please respect our privacy and integrity at this time.”

“Love is dangerous. Love is safe. Love is ugly. Love is beautiful. Love is hard, is the greatest gift, even with all its flaws. Keep shining,” he added in a separate message.

Weir announced on March 19 that he was divorcing his husband of 2 years, saying that he was being stifled by the marriage.

“I was losing myself by being married to my husband. I was losing my objectives in life. I was very isolated from the world,” Weir told Access Hollywood.

Weir added that Voronov, who has a law degree, did not support his career.

According to TMZ.com, Weir filed for a divorce on February 12.

In a recent interview with Inside Edition, Voronov said that he still loves Weir but accused his estranged husband at the time of “morally reprehensible” behavior.

“But that doesn't take away from the fact that I love him. You could still love somebody who's evil. … I don't want to use the term 'evil,' because that's a very harsh term, but you can still love somebody who induces you to love them,” he said.