DAVID Duchovny says he is too old to get married again.
The 54-year-old actor, who divorced Téa Leoni last year following their split in 2011, insists he has no regrets about their time together, but has no desire to walk down the aisle ever again.
The 'X-Files' star said: "I don't think I want to be married again. I just feel like I'm old!
"My marriage and my family is one of the happiest parts of the history of my life. I would never change it. I don't understand why people try to rewrite their history."
David has no plans to remove the tattooed wedding band on his left ring finger.
He joked: "I'm not going to cut my finger off."
The former couple, who have two children, West, 15, and Miller, 12, still spend a lot of time together.
He told PEOPLE magazine: "We live five blocks away from each other. For our children, it's necessary. We should have a zip line!"
The 'Californication' star also gets on well with his daughter's boyfriend.
He said: "He's terrific. One of the nicest things Téa has said to me is that the fact that West has a nice young man is a testament to you as a dad. I don't know if that's true, but it was nice to say, and I choose to believe it!"