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Meanwhile, Winfrey positively sings King's praises as a mom.Even though King utilized Winfrey's big gift—a nanny, all expenses paid—for about eight years when her kids were little, she hustled while also working full-time to be able to spend as much time as possible with them every day."I admire a lot of things about Gayle," Winfrey told , even thinking of King as a possible replacement for her, but that would have required a full-time move to the Windy City, and King said her children were too young to even consider it.(In response to the interview, a Winfrey rep said that Barbara was first offered a variety of new living arrangements to relocate to.) that getting along with King was "not negotiable" in a relationship. From the beginning, Oprah didn't think it would work out, revealing 25 years later that she didn't sense much joy in the occasion—but as Gayle's maid of honor she never let on."I wouldn't have believed you anyway," Gayle admitted.While Oprah's no-last-name-needed status as a dominant force in entertainment and beyond is unparalleled, the very mention of her also has the power to connote a feeling of stability and calm amid chaos. ' I am not OK."A glimmer of normalcy from Gayle on such an abnormal morning as she was admittedly "reeling" from the disturbing report about Rose. Right up there with King's children, Winfrey is family, and has been since the ladies met in 1976 while both were working at a Baltimore TV station.And that's just for "I got an hour and 42 minutes of sleep last night," Gayle said, joining co-host Norah O'Donnell in expressing her shock and disappointment. They knew each other, but they first really bonded on an evening when a snowstorm was moving in and 22-year-old Oprah, who was the 6 p.m.
The “CBS This Morning” co-anchor has learned to ask the marital status question when dating.In 2006 she opened up about her 11-year marriage by explaining, “I was married to a cheater . yesterday (April 29), Gayle King discussed the relationship non-starters she'd held onto over the years–along with the ones she's let go. " She added that she feels that she's evolved, "because it used to be that tattoos were a deal-breaker, tattoos and piercings... I want somebody you can have a conversation with and isn't all hung up on what you do." She then shared a piece of advice Oprah once gave her about dating. "I like them to have teeth, their natural teeth," the recent honoree of 100 Most Influential People, said on the show. I now see that tattoos have become very mainstream. "Oprah said something to me once [that] you guys will get a kick out of. I used to be very judgemental about it, like "oh, biker, criminal...'" As her co-hosts burst into laughter at this objectively quasi-judgemental assessment, King emphasized: "I've evolved! " looking for in a partner, saying that her biggest priority is laughter.