Maria Shriver - Special Olympics World Games: Los Angeles 2015 - Celebrity Dance Challenge at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 1st August 2015
Maria Shriver , Guest - Special Olympics World Games: Los Angeles 2015 - Celebrity Dance Challenge at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 31st July 2015
What do Patrick Schwarzenegger's family think about him dating Miley Cyrus?
Recently rumours have circulating claiming Patrick Schwarzenegger's mother is less than happy with his relationship to Miley Cyrus, but other sources claim the Schwarzenegger family couldn't be happier with Patrick's choice of girlfriend.
Sources differ on whether or not Patrick Schwarzenegger's mother approves of Miley Cyrus.
Looks like Patrick Schwarzenegger's mother is less than happy with Miley's antics.
Miley Cyrus has reportedly been banned from all high-profile Kennedy events by her new beau Patrick Schwarzenegger's mother Maria Shriver, as she apparently continues to be unhappy with the couple's relationship.
Miley Cyrus refused access to Kennedy events
Poor Miley never gets a break! The 'Wrecking Ball' singer - known for her sexually charged on-stage antics, twerking talents and, regrettably, open use of marijuana - has already been rejected by her new boyfriend's family, for reasons that have not yet been confirmed. For those who don't know the Schwarzenegger-Shriver-Kennedy family tree, Maria Shriver is the daughter of Eunice Kennedy which makes her uncle the former President John F. Kennedy. While this should mean that Miley is onto a good thing dating into such a high-profile family, sources suggest she's less than welcome.
Miley Cyrus and Patrick Schwarzenegger have been making their new relationship known with a very public display of affection at a football game on Thursday (13th November).
Miley Cyrus at the 2014 MTV VMAs.
American author and former First Lady of California Maria Shriver and rockstar Jon Bon Jovi are seen arriving on the red carpet at the New York premiere of HBO documentary movie 'Paycheck To Paycheck: The Life And Times Of Katrina Gilbert'. They greet Katrina Gilbert herself, who attends the event with her three children, and pose for photos with her alongside CBS 'This Morning' co-anchor Gayle King. Other arrivals included feminist activist Gloria Steinem, HBO Documentary Films president Sheila Nevins and news anchor Hoda Kotb.
Don't worry! Maria Shriver says Jack Nicholson's memory is absolutely fine and he has no plans to retire.
Jack Nicholson is thankfully not considering plans to retire from acting just yet, despite previous reports that he is struggling to remember lines due to increasing memory loss.
The One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest star may not have been seen in a movie since 2010 when he starred in James L. Brooks romcom How Do You Know opposite Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd and Owen Wilson, but it has been confirmed that, at the grand age of 76, he's nowhere near done with performing yet.
NBC anchor Maria Shriver has categorically revealed to E! News that the star in fact has no problems with his memory whatsoever and is still reading various scripts and preparing to get his next project underway.
Continue reading: Jack Nicholson Will Continue 'Shining' On The Big Screen!
Arnold Schwarzenegger has been quoted in Germany's top-selling newspaper as saying he's still in love with estranged wife Maria Shriver and hopes for a reconciliation. Shriver filed for divorce in 2012 after 25 years of marriage, following Schwarzenegger's admission that he fathered a child with the family's long-time housekeeper.
The actor and former Governor of California - currently starring in The Last Stand - reportedly told the Bild newspaper that despite the separation, he spent Christmas with Shriver and their children. "We're not fighting any war: I still hope for reconciliation; I still love Maria." Despite his personal problems, it could be a busy few years for Arnie, who this week confirmed he would be appearing in Terminator 5. In a video web-chat with The Sun, Schwarzenegger said, "They're writing right now Terminator 5. There have been some writers on it for the last year-and-a-half and they could not pull it off. We have told them over and over that they are going in the wrong direction, now they've finally got rid of those writers and they've got new really quality writers. Now they're going in the right direction." The action-star famously played the cyborg assassin in the first two classic movies, before reprising the role in 2003. He sat out of the last instalment, 2009's Terminator Salvation with Christina Bale and Sam Worthington.
Before the new Terminator movie, Schwarzenegger has signed up to star in thriller The Tomb, with old pal Sylvester Stallone, Unknown Soldier, and Triplets - a sequel to his classic comedy Twins.
Continue reading: Arnold Schwarzenegger Hopes To Win Maria Back, "I Still Love Her"
Arnold Schwarzenegger gay? His parents sure thought he was, and tried to ‘cure’ him, he has revealed. He made the revelation during his ’60 Minutes’ interview on CBS, where he spoke about his new book ‘Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story.’ He told viewers that his father took a rather aggressive approach to dealing with the fact that the young Arnie had posters of men all over his walls rather than women. His father apparently would run after him with a belt to beat him, though his mother took the gentler approach of taking him to the doctor.
“I don't know if mum thought I was gay, or if she just thought there was something off,” explained Arnie. “And 'let's catch it early'. She asked the doctor, 'Can you help me? I don't know if there's something wrong with my son because his wall is full of naked men,’”. During the interview, he discusses his attitude towards gay marriage and clearly shocks interviewer Leslie Stahl when he reveals that he officiated the marriage of a lesbian colleague in his office.
Obviously, if his parents had a crystal ball and could see into the future, they would have known that their son may have been fascinated with the world of male bodybuilding, but he’s still very much interested in women. In fact, at the center of his chat on 60 Minutes was the scandal of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s son, the illegitimate child that he fathered with the family housekeeper and kept a secret from Maria Shriver, his wife of 25 years. He described his infidelity as “the stupidest thing I’ve done in the whole relationship” and continued “it was terrible. I inflicted tremendous pain on Maria and unbelievable pain on the kids.”
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s love child remained a secret to him until the boy was “seven or eight” years old. The former governor of California revealed the details of the child that he fathered with his housekeeper, in his new autobiography and in an interview on 60 Minutes yesterday (September 31, 2012) that it wasn’t until the child “started looking like me, that's when I kind of got it. I put things together.” He insists that, up until that point, he was unaware that the housekeeper, Mildred Baena’s son was his.
When the truth finally became apparent regarding Arnold Schwarzenegger’s son, he allowed Baena to continue working in the Schwarzenegger family household and when she separated from her husband, the actor started to quietly provide financial support to her, though his wife Maria Shriver remained unaware of his illegitimate child. “It was very difficult, strange, bizarre," the Terminator actor admitted. "I just said to myself, 'Okay, I'm going to put this away.'” Schwarzengger granted the interview to the CBS show in order to promote his new book Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story, in which he admits lying to his wife of 25 years, until she confronted him the day after he left office as the governor of California.
Shriver later filed for divorce from Arnie and he also talked of the pain of telling the truth to their four children. “They cried,” he said. “It tears your heart out…If you would have asked me 10 years ago, five years ago, two years ago, what is the most important thing in my life, I would tell you over and over, it's my marriage, it's my family… That is something that I will always look back and say, 'How could you have done that?’”
Arnold Schwarzenegger has, for the first time since the news broke, spoken of his affair with Mildred Baena - his former housekeeper with whom he fathered a secret love child with. The affair all but ended his 25-year marriage to Maria Shriver when it was revealed last year, the same year his term as the Governor of California ended.
On an upcoming episode of 60 Minutes, which is due to air tomorrow (September 30th 2012), the bodybuilder turned actor turned politician opens up on some of the most intimate details of his life for the first time on TV. The interview itself precedes the release of Schwarzenegger's revealing autobiography, Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story, which will be released on October 1st.
In an excerpt obtained by NY Daily News regarding his affair, and what it did to his marriage to Shriver, Arnold said that he believes it is "the stupidest thing I've done in the whole relationship. It was terrible. I inflicted tremendous pain on Maria and unbelievable pain on the kids."
Continue reading: Arnold Schwarzenegger Opens Up About His Affair For The First Time
Arnold Schwarzenegger was forced to tell the truth about his illegitimate love child in a counseling session with his wife Maria Shriver. Arnie thought that Maria had booked the session – held after he left governor’s office in 2011 in California – to help the couple cope with the transition from public to private life. In actual fact, she had far more pressing concerns, which she had been suppressing, all the while that he had been the governor of the state of California.
Schwarzengger makes the shocking admission in his new autobiography, entitled Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story, which is due to hit bookstores on October 1, 2012. The Arnie love-child story is the sub-plot that’s making the headlines, though readers will have to wait until near the end of the 624-page book to get the juicy details of his illicit affair with his housekeeper Mildred Baena. The child was 15 years old before Shriver discovered the truth and Arnie admits that he should have been honest with her long before that fateful counseling session.
“Instead of doing the right thing, I’d just put the truth in a mental compartment and locked it up where I didn’t deal with it every day,” writes Schwarzenegger. He even tried to convince himself that Baena’s son was not his child, though as the boy grew older, it became undeniable that he was Arnold Schwarzenegger’s son. When Baena’s husband left her and Arnie was forced to provide for her and her son financially, he had already been appointed governor of California and so dealt with the situation as privately as possible, so as not to compromise his political position. Maria Shriver filed for divorce in July 2011.
Date of birth
6th November, 1955