Getting married for 3rd time might actually s**k, you know. I guess you guys sure know who I’m talking about. Kimberly Guilfoyle; well, by profession, she is an American Cable News personality and one of the co-hosts of ‘The Five’ at ‘Fox News Channel’. We will let you know about her 3rd marriage and the story behind it.
Guilfoyle was first married to Gavin Newsom in 2001. At present, he is the 49th and the lieutenant Governor of California. The pair made their marriage last for more than 5 years; however, they failed to last forever. At the end, Kimberly filed a divorce in 2005 stating that bi-coastal marriage was the reason for their split. You know, love doesn’t really work like we wanted to. Don’t you guys agree?
Kim’s first divorce procedure took several months and they were officially off on February 28th, 2006. Then, Guilfoyle started dating the CEO and heir of the ‘Villency Design Group’, Eric Villency; they got married on May 27th, 2006. Together, they gave birth to a son named Ronan Anthony Villency who was born on October 4th, 2006.
But she failed to make it last for a second time and after almost 3 years of marriage (in 2009), the couple had to part their ways and get a divorce.
Well, she hasn’t spoken about her love life recently. And she doesn’t share much like she used to once upon a time. But several internet sites believe that she is single these days and living with her son. However, I get this feeling that she is seeing someone.
Cuz you know she is really beautiful and guys would love to make her their wife. So, I don’t know, she might be and she might be not. But we hope she gets married real soon to a guy who would make their marriage last forever.
Kimberly Ann Guilfoyle was born on March 9th, 1969; in San Francisco, California, United States of America, to an Irish father and a Puerto Rican mother. She grew up in ‘Mission District’, graduated from the ‘Mercy High School’. About her education, she graduated from the University of California and got her ‘Juris Doctor’ from the University Of San Francisco School Of Law in 1994.