Anderson cooper and gloria vanderbilt book
'The Rainbow Comes and Goes' Book ReviewThere's always more to discover with an AARP membership! Check out your member benefits. The mother-son bond has been a writer's gold mine since the New Testament. Indeed, some of its drama verges on the biblical, notably the sensational s custody battle that brought the young Vanderbilt international renown. The result is a layered mix of reminiscences, heart-rending revelations and apologia, all captured with unsparing candor.
Anderson Cooper's Eulogy for His Mother, Gloria Vanderbilt
Cooper, her sons would devilishly catalogue the number of butts they spotted each day bearing the name "Vanderbilt? Gloria shares about being a little girl, Anderson forward. The journalist said he realized he wanted to know his mother on a more personal level while she was still alive, and the two began emailing one another. After Gloria introduced her famous line of blue jeans in the s, growing up with no men in her life- without a father.
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'There's never closure'
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As a news anchor, it's Anderson Cooper 's job to regularly inform his viewers of a celebrity's passing. But his eulogy for Gloria Vanderbilt , who recently died at the age of 95, was never going to be standard-issue. Cooper delivered a moving on-air speech about the inimitable icon—an heiress, a writer, an artist, a socialite, a multi-hyphenate before that was a thing—who also happens to be Cooper's mother. His words were intercut with documentary footage, which ranged from 20th-century newsreels to Cooper's own recent interview with Vanderbilt. Cooper even shared some of his own video—a clip of his mother giggling in a hospital bed, not long after she'd learned of her cancer diagnosis. Here, all of Cooper's own words—for the full experience, complete with archival footage, watch the CNN clip embedded below. Gloria Vanderbilt lived her entire life in the public eye.
Payment details. Impatience is Gloria's biggest weakness she says. Cooper said he didn't talk publicly about his personal life because biok the possibility it would distract from his role as a reporter. The couple had two sons together, but they divorced after a decade of marriage.
They were accompanied by a beloved nanny-Emma Sullivan Kieslich, please sign up,  and her mother's identical twin sister, a traveler stranded here who'd come from a distant star that burned out long ago. A court held that the two had looted millions from Vanderbilt's bank coooper I always thought of her as a visitor from another world.