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American Artist Gloria Vanderbilt's Married Several Times; Know Her Spouse and Children
Updated On 08 Mar, 2019 Published On 06 Jun, 2018
Gloria Vanderbilt, one of the most youthful person at her age, has lived all kinds of ups and downs and every bit of joyful moments of her life. Vanderbilt who starred in documentary Nothing Left Unsaid: Gloria Vanderbilt & Anderson Cooper with her son Anderson Cooper, the US TV journalist is a renowned heiress, fashion designer, and socialite.
Vanderbilt who faced four unsuccessful marriages in her life is also known for her astonishing love life with a number of famous faces in Hollywood. Wanna know details? Let's get into it!
Gloria Vanderbilt's Current Life: Stunned Son Anderson Cooper Revealing A Lesbian Relationship
There's very little that the 95-year-old great-great-great-granddaughter of shipping magnate Cornelius Vanderbilt has done in her life.
Gloria Vanderbilt who was dubbed as America's "poor little rich girl" was raised by her aunt, Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney. She is known as the subject of a sensational custody battle and the woman who spotted one of his sons commit suicide.
Gloria Vanderbilt and her son Anderson Cooper
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
Gloria and his son Anderson Cooper wrote a book together and became the subjects of a documentary Nothing Left Unsaid: Gloria Vanderbilt & Anderson Cooper premiered on HBO on 9th April 2016.
During an interview with Entertainment Weekly and PEOPLE editorial director Jess Cagle, Cooper came to know that his mother was in a same-sex relationship in past.
Here's an interview with Cooper and Gloria talking about their new book The Rainbow Comes and Goes: A Mother and Son on Life, Love, And Loss:
She explained that she had an intimate experience with her best friend from school 'a girl'.
"I, myself, when I went to [Miss Porter’s School in] Farmington, [Connecticut] I went through a brief so-called lesbian relationship with a girl in school."
The CNN anchor who was completely stunned of his mother's revelation said,
"What? Hello," and adding, "this is news to me. You didn’t mention this in the book, Mom."
She was just 13 years of age at that time and, this time, she expressed her views about love.
"I think almost everybody goes through at one point, of course, the thing is, now we realize there’s no difference. Love is love."
Gloria's mother, Gloria Morgan Vanderbilt was accused of being a lesbian in 1932 custody trial and that was the moment when Gloria understood all about homosexuality.
"It has nothing to do with whether it’s two men or two women, it’s love. And it’s just like being married, it’s what it is."
Born famously rich and famous, the legendary socialite always made headlines regarding her extraordinary love life. Though she's most .probably single at present if you wanna know details about her past relationship status, just follow the next.
Socialite and artist Vanderbilt celebrated 95th birthday on Wednesday, 20th February. Her son paid a heart touching Instagram tribute marking the occasion.
He posted a slideshow of images of his glamorous model artist mother on Instagram.
"Happy 95th Birthday to my mom, Still painting everyday @gloriavanderbiltstudio. Still dreaming and creating, still believing the next great love is right around the corner. Who knows? Maybe she is right? I love you, Mom"
Gloria herself also celebrated the big day posting a number of pictures. Have a look:
Gloria Vanderbilt's Past Affairs And Astonishing Love Life
Gloria often calls that her marriage with Pat DiCicco, a Hollywood agent was one of the greatest mistakes of her life. The two married in 1941 amid rumors that he killed his first wife.
She was pretty sure that DiCicco was just after her money. After a series of physical abuse, they separated with an official divorce in 1945 after she agreed to pay him $200,000 (£142,000).
American heiress Gloria Vanderbilt and her ex-husband Pat DiCicco
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A few months later the separation, she married Leopold Stokowski, another inappropriate match. The couple is blessed with two sons Leopold Stanislaus "Stan" Stokowski (1950) and Christopher Stokowski (1952). The two ended with a divorce in October 1955.