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Meghan King has regrets.
King and Cuffe Biden Owens announced their separation in December 2021 after just two months of marriage. It looks like the “Real Housewives of Orange County” alum has had a change of heart.
“We rushed,” King said on Caroline Standbury’s “Divorced Not Dead” podcast. During Wednesday’s episode, the Bravo personality called her cancellation a “mistake.”
“Like I said earlier, I’m a lover and I want everyone to be happy. I learned a lot from that mistake. I’m sure he did too,” King said.
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Speaking about her brief union with Owens, King said she “never wanted to get married again, but it was important to him.” She added that their marriage was “short and sweet, and it’s done and it’s off.”
King and Owens first went public with their relationship in September 2021 on Instagram. They married Oct. 11 at Owens’ childhood home in Pennsylvania, attended by her uncle, President Biden, and first lady Jill Biden.
In March, King shared on SiriusXM’s “Jeff Lewis Live” that the couple’s callout was in the works.
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“That last one is going to be cancelled,” she said. “He said all the right things, and the families were fine. And he seemed to grow up like me,” King said of the relationship, adding, “It was almost like an arranged marriage.
“I think I was so ready for a partner,” she admitted. “I have three little kids that I have pretty much all the time, so I really want some help and I want a partnership.”
King was married to Brad McDill from 2007 to 2011. She married her second husband, MLB star Jim Edmunds, in 2014 before divorcing in 2019. They share three children: Aspen, 5, and twins Hart and Hayes, 4 years old.
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When King shared the news of her split on Instagram, she said the situation was “deeply devastating.”
“I’m shaken,” King wrote on the Instagram story at the time. “This situation is deeply devastating. It’s obviously not what I imagined when I took my vows – and I’m shocked and saddened by how things have turned out.”
The couple’s romance began on a dating app. King said in an interview with Brides magazine that she and Owens “hook up on a dating app, texted for a day or two, then spent five hours straight on the phone the first time we got together.” are spoken.
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“At the end of that call, Cuffe was booked and packed for a flight to St. Louis which took off in about eight hours. Within a week we were back on the East Coast, meeting his family and starting to plan. our future together,” she revealed. “We haven’t parted for weeks.”
Fox News’ Stephanie Nolasco contributed to this report.