"Love is lovelier the second time around," Frank Sinatra once sang idealistically.(Never mind that second marriages have a higher divorce rate than first marriages—that's another column for another month.) My search for a second time around was born of tragedy.My husband, Jay, died in 1998 and I was a widow with two small children, trying to figure out the rest of our lives. I'm happiest in a relationship, and I don't love being alone.
Ever.” and “Beat Bobby Flay”,and Cooking Channel’s special “Beach Bites with Katie Lee.” Outside of her culinary and literary adventures, Katie sits on the Celebrity Board for Feeding America and is an active support for 96 Elephants.
When not working or volunteering, she enjoys surfing, traveling and playing with her pug, Fionula. Check local listings » Katie Lee—co-host of Food Network’s The Kitchen—is known for her summer soirees, and in Endless Summer Cookbook, she shares more than 100 recipes that are staples at these parties.
"I've been seeing someone for about a year," Katie Couric confesses. She has been public with him in the past week, sitting courtside at Madison Square Garden for a Knicks-Celtics game on May 1 and posing with him on the red carpet at Monday's Met gala."Talk about stressful," she says. Nicki Minaj was in front of me; Tom Brady and Gisele Bundhen were behind me. Oops, I already had."But she and Molner, she says, are a happy duo."We're having a great time. "He's six younger than I am," says Couric, who has dated younger men in the past including trumpeter Chris Botti (5 years younger) and entrepreneur Brooks Perlin (17 years her junior). So he's always saying, 'May I get you another Diet Coke, Mrs. '"With daughter Ellie, 21, set to graduate from an Ivy League school in a week and daughter Carrie, 17, a junior in high school, her empty nest is looming. "It's less that I'm worried about being an empty nester than I am at being absolutely flabbergasted at how fast time flies. As my friend John says, 'You're never going to be any younger.
"During a chat Tuesday with USA TODAY about her new Milk Mustache ad being unveiled on her Katie talk show Friday, Couric, 56, explained, "My parents met in Chicago so it's always had a special place in my heart."First Look: Katie Couric, daughters get 'milk'Although she doesn't want to talk about him, she can't help but talk about him. "She offers that her mom "really likes him." And laughs, saying, "I encouraged him to be very Eddie Haskell around her.
Elle était également pom-pom girl pendant ses années lycée à la Calabasas High School dont elle est ressortie diplômée en 2005.