The wedding ring's covered here (yesterday at LAX airport), but I love the smile.... Photo: FameFlynet Pictures
Whenever celebs get divorced, our human minds seem to enjoy speculating on WHY WHY WHY?
I went to Shopper's Drug Mart yesterday to pick up some paper towels, and, of course, I perused the magazine covers while my daughter flipped through the latest Archie comic book (sighhh, I used to love those comics too, when I was her age!). And all of them were taking Heidi's side, describing her "private hell," etc..
And it IRKED me!
I found myself refusing to open the magazines. I didn't want to pay for empty nonsense. Not today, anyway. I knew I'd just open another article about another "source" or "insider," a "friend," spewing garbage about something that's really none of our (or their business), especially when the couple's four kids are involved.
But I did check out some of the headlines online, and found nothing legitimately negative about Seal as a husband. The headlines were empty. And until we hear from Heidi herself, we can't say she was living a private hell. Indeed, I saw her just a couple of months ago in the CityLine studio, raving about her amazing husband, how she named her new perfume "Shine" because Seal used to tell her she "shined" when they got dressed to go out!
In the meantime, Seal's still wearing his wedding band and, it seems, not giving up.
His new album Soul 2 — filled with songs, like "Let's Stay Together," suggesting a failed relationship — dropped two days ago (and I know that timing is curious, but I'm trying not to speculate). And I think I'm going to add it to my playlist because LOVE. Will you? I'll at least add this pretty "Wishing on a Star" cover I heard at Starbucks yesterday....
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