*We guess they liked it so nice, they did it twice!
Yes, we’re talking about NeNe Leakes and Gregg Leakes. They said “I do” for the second time on Saturday evening.
It all went down at the InterContinental Buckhead Atlanta hotel and was witnessed by an audience of 400 family and friends … annnnnnd … Bravo’s cameras for the couple’s upcoming wedding spinoff, “I Dream of NeNe: The Wedding.”
After the ceremony, it was party time, as the guests moved to the Windsor Ballroom for five hours of getting’ down with the happy couple.
According to E! News, their son, Brentt, couldn’t be more thrilled that his mommy and daddy are back together.
“I’m so happy to see my parents remarried, as a family we’ve never been happier.”
NeNe Leakes and Gregg Leakes first got hitched in 1997 and separated in 2010. They announced their re-engagement this past December.
Congratulations to the couple!
Roland Davis, 85, and his ex-wife Lena Henderson, 85, decide to remarry, Saturday, August, 4, after being divorced for 50 years.
*Divorce hits a lot of families hard, especially when the couple that are getting divorce have been married for 20 years or more and raised their children together.
That type of break in a family unit is an ineffable pain.
But the children of Roland Davis and Lena Henderson of West Seneca, N.Y., are putting the pieces of their parents broken love back together with the exciting news of their upcoming nuptials.
That’s right! After divorcing 50 years ago, Henderson and Davis have decided to remarry and live out the rest of their years together. Both of them are 85 year-old widowers with children that are grandparents themselves. (more…)
*Every couple years, the media tries to stun us with the staggering amount of divorces that are occurring throughout the United States.
If they can’t get you with those numbers, they hit you with how many women are single by ethnicity and/or age. But the newest surveys gives a little twist to previous reports. The natives are restless and cohabitation is beating out marriage by leaps and bounds.
The New York Times reports that two recent studies by the Pew Research Center and another by the National Marriage Project at the University of Virgina, showed that the rise in cohabitation has doubled from 1990 to more than (more…)