The newlyweds act like high-school sweethearts when discussing their marriage

By Lori Rozsa
Updated September 03, 2008 12:35 PM
Credit: Ray Nichols / Splash

Two months into their marriage, Chris Evert and Greg Norman’s families are easily becoming one, the tennis star told PEOPLE Monday.

“They all mesh pretty well,” Evert said at a press conference in Miami to announce her involvement in a new tennis center at the Costa Blanca resort in the Dominican Republic, where Norman is designing a golf course. “His two kids are older, they live away from home. He lives with me and my three sons in Boca.”

Of her sons with ex-husband Andy Mill – Alex, 16, Nicky, 14, and Colton, 12 – getting along with Norman, she added, “It’s working out very well.”

Evert and Norman looked more like high-school sweethearts than married 53-year-olds as they walked into the press room holding hands. Then, when Evert fielded questions from reporters, the most personal came from a surprise source: her husband.

“So, how is your marriage working out?” Norman asked, with a big grin. Evert, only slightly flustered, said, “So far, so good. At least, I hope it’s good.” Then she smiled back at Norman and said, “It’s gonna be great forever.”