Meghan King is making some life modifications after a tumultuous 2022.
After an annulment from President Biden’s nephew Cuffe Biden Owens final spring and a contentious and legal-embattled relationship with ex-husband and former baseball participant Jim Edmonds whom she shares three kids, the previous “Actual Housewives of Orange County” is refocusing.
“This 12 months my private life was ravaged with extra of the identical. The household court docket system is damaged as hell and 2022 was one other obtrusive reminder. However in 2023 issues will change,” she wrote to her weblog.
“I’m residing authentically this 12 months. I can be impressed to persevere by these brightly lit people round me,” she defined.
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King additionally opened up about eliminating sure drugs from her life, sharing “I’ve eradicated all antidepressants and hormonal dietary supplements. I’m current. I’m implementing boundaries and angering folks as a result of I’m standing up for myself in new ways in which weren’t anticipated earlier than. I’m current.”
In a revealing twist, the blogger and influencer revealed she was prepared to discover one other path if she so needs – her sexuality.
“I’ll discover my sexuality if I wish to, and I’ll honor plutonic and non-traditional relationships in methods Western society has performed the disservice of creating us imagine are unimportant.”
King married Owens in October 2021 in a ceremony that was attended by the President and First Girl, nevertheless, the couple separated two months later. King admitted that her determination to get an annulment was “rushed.”
The 38-year-old was married to second husband Edmonds from 2014 to 2019 and Brad McDill from 2007 to 2011.
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In her detailed weblog publish, King additionally added, “I’ll delete trolls and negativity, you’ll come to my web page with love or you’ll not come in any respect. No dangerous vibes. I’ll stand for one thing even when folks hate it, I’ll work for fact and justice as a result of I’ve a voice and a platform, and I’ll make rumblings in grassroots efforts as a way to impact change for girls, my kids, and the longer term. In spite of everything, well-behaved girls not often make historical past.”