Discussion in 'Celebrity and Entertainment News' started by Nancy2441, Jan 7, 2011.
This story made me smile
Didn't surprise me.
I was happy (maybe not the right word) to hear this. I was hoping he might feel some guilt for what he did to his family, Elizabeth and the little girl he fathered, but I read somewhere this morning (don't have a link so it's hearsay) that he proposed to that Ruell woman (or whatever her name is).
RIP Elizabeth. You sure didn't get much peace here on earth.
Here's the link....he did apparently propose a while ago but now it's official I guess.
(I thought I posted this a while ago...hope this isn't a double-post!)
I'm so glad. Not surprised at all, but sometimes on their deathbed, people have a change of heart or something. I'm glad that she didn't. Too bad there wasn't something nasty she could have said in that will, but she was much too classy of a woman. Besides, his omission speaks louder than words!
Legally speaking, does the will trump the fact that they were still legally married? Does he have some rights to things as the surviving spouse?
sorry I didn't see this till today, and I needed to hear this! thank you
I hadn't heard this but who could blame her!
Such a class act until the end.
Elizabeth Edwards Finally Gets a Gravestone 19 Months After She Died of Cancer
Disgraced love-cheat John Edwards didn't visit his wife's grave on the fifth anniversary of her death and just sat in his car in the parking lot of the cemetery instead
On the fifth anniversary of Elizabeth Edward’s death, December 7, John Edwards did not visit his late wife's grave
The disgraced former US senator drove by the grave in Oakwood Cemetery in Raleigh, North Carolina, but did not stop, a witness claims
Elizabeth Edwards lost her battle to breast cancer in 2010, aged 61
Edwards had a long extramarital affair with a woman he had a child with
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...rking-lot-cemetery-instead.html#ixzz3uoFNxJmJ
Unbelievable. I get that he is being hounded by the press. However, "appearances" were so important to Mr. Edwards when he was keeping his façade up when his Wife was alive. It wasn't too much of an effort to play the game then!
How truly disgusting and disrespectful that he couldn't be bothered to show her the much deserved respect he owes her now!!!
Talk about showing his true colors. This leopard really never will change his spots. For shame...
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I just gotta add in my 2 cents. When JE was running for president and made the statement (not verbatim) - I don't want anyone to vote for me because my wife has cancer, I don't want any sympathy votes.
My hubs looks at me, rolls his eyes, and says, "what a flake".
It was obvious that POS was looking for the sympathy vote. Then, of course, the spiff hit the fan.
What a d bag! Elizabeth deserved better; at least SHE'll be remembered with respect as the dignified woman she was...
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