Not knowing about your own divorce is not cool
The Porsha Stewart divorce was apparent to everyone else apart from her. In fact, it took her sister pointing out that it was all over Twitter for her to realise, she explains to TV host Andy Cohen.
Porsha told Cohen: "When I found out about the divorce, it was absolutely a surprise. I was laying in the bed and I tweeted, 'today is the first day of the rest of your life. I put the phone down and took a little nap and I looked back at my phone and my sister was calling me over and over. She said, 'have you heard?' and I'm like 'heard what?'" Thinking it was all a practical joke on her, but when she popped into the next room to find Kordell, she joked to him, "Hey, are we getting divorced?" Turns out the answer was yes. Porsha said: "It's a difficult, difficult situation right now. It's something I did not want at all … I didn't say we speak and I didn't say I'm cookin'. Ain't no eggs and bacon and ham hocks no mo'."
Porsha Stewart was surprised the most by her divorce
And it’s not as if Steward didn’t try to make things work. "It's something that I did not want at all. I had asked, 'Can we work this out? Can we go to counseling?’, she explained. “What you saw at the reunion was a wife trying her last try. When you are married, I feel like you have to put 150 percent into your marriage no matter what. And if it doesn't work, you need to be able to walk away and say, 'I tried.' No matter what."
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