Just when you think this psychopath couldn’t sink any lower, Rielle Hunter, the former mistress of politician John Edwards, is flapping her gums to ‘family friends’ to the tune of wanting to make her and Edwards’ relationship ‘official’ by gittin’ hitched.
Radar Online claims to have sources placed close to the Edwards family, and the inside makes no bones about stating that Rielle is practically about to sprint down the aisle, John grudgingly in tow:
“Rielle has been very patient through all of this. She still believes that John is her soul mate, and she thinks that they’re going to get married.”
On the topic of Elizabeth’s fatal illness, Hunter had been rather apathetic, and the sources say that her attitude almost bordered on outright scorn:
“She [Rielle] doesn’t care about anyone but herself. She’s been selfish and horrible this whole time, no matter what else has been said about her.”
Elizabeth, if, like Rielle, you’ve forgotten already, passed away yesterday at the age of 61.
“Resilience is accepting your new reality, even if it’s less good than the one you had before. You can fight it, you can do nothing but scream about what you’ve lost, or you can accept that and try to put together something that’s good.”
- Elizabeth Edwards, Resilience
After fighting a long battle with cancer, Elizabeth Edwards, wife of disgraced politician John Edwards, has passed away. Elizabeth lost the battle with cancer today at the age of 61.
Despite the fact that Edwards had been ill for quite some time, it didn’t prevent her from cultivating a respectable, public, political image for herself – even throughout the time when her husband’s affair had come out into the open. During this time of sickness, Elizabeth also published her memoirs and lectured to crowds of thousands on being a survivor, being resilient, and being an informed, strong woman in today’s political arena.
Elizabeth kept up the fight even up until yesterday afternoon – she published a note to friends on Facebook saying:
“I have been sustained throughout my life by three saving graces — my family, my friends, and a faith in the power of resilience and hope. The days of our lives, for all of us, are numbered. We know that.”
May you finally rest in peace, Liz. You will always be remembered as a phenomenal woman in my eyes.