Many fans have paid attention to her John Stamos“New Memoir – So did his ex-wife’s teenage daughters, Rebecca Romijn.
“My children are 14 years old and they see what we see now,” Romain’s husband, Jerry O’ConnellIt was shared on SiriusXM’s Andy Cohen Live On Monday, November 13th. “There’s no hiding, there’s no restricting them, there’s no longer holding things back from them.”
O’Connell, 49, and Romijn, 51, welcomed their daughters, Charlie and Dolly, in 2008, one year after their marriage. Romijn’s previous marriage to Stamos, 60, is one of the biggest topics discussed in his new book. If you had told mewhich hit shelves last month.
In his memoir, Stamos recalls “losing” himself as he was “getting up on Rebecca” during their 10-year relationship, writing that the actress was “so busy with her career and new friends” that she didn’t notice he was “sliding away.”
In addition to alluding to the “betrayal” that led to the end of their marriage, Stamos compared Romijn to “the devil” during their 2004 divorce, which was finalized the following year. He said it took “years and years” for him to gain a new perspective on the split the people In October, “you start thinking, ‘Oh, it wasn’t the devil.’ Maybe I was as much to blame as she was.”
When the book’s revelations made headlines, O’Connell joked that he and Romaine would whisper and exchange eye rolls about it. “But it’s pretty crazy, you know, when your kids go out to breakfast and they say, ‘Hey, mom, your ex put out a book and called you the devil.'” He added, “What are your thoughts? “‘Why did he call you that?’ This is where it gets interesting, and it’s interesting. But we have no secrets.”
O’Connell noted that he didn’t feel like he needed to read the book upon its release, as he and Romaine heard Stamos discuss it in a radio interview with Howard Stern. “I said, ‘Let’s listen to this,’ and I have to say, after listening to that interview, … no interest [in] He explained that reading the book went too far.
However, O’Connell went on to claim that he had “secretly read it” and that he had “a copy which he secretly kept secret”. Hosts Andy Cohen It seems that he did not believe his guest’s words, as he replied, “No, that is not what you are saying.”
Also on Monday, O’Connell spoke about why he postponed discussing the book the talk. “My ex-husband recently wrote an autobiography and referred to my wife in a negative way,” he told viewers. “A lot of people have asked me about it in the press, and it would be easy for me to say, ‘Fuck you! How dare you ask me that! “But in reality, that would be drawing attention to a situation that I don’t want to feed.”
“There are kids involved, teenage kids who read everything on the Internet, so you don’t want to start that fire,” he continued.