‘I wish I had a partner’: Meghan King says she’s longing for someone as she and kids settle into new St. Louis home … following her recent split with businessman Christian Schauf
Meghan King took to Instagram Saturday saying that she wishes she had a partner around for the holidays amid her recent split with Utah businessman Christian Schauf, and move into a new five-bedroom home in her native St. Louis.
‘I’m sharing this with you as I cry again – and I’m feeling sorry for myself [because] I wish I had a partner on whose shoulder I could cry,’ the Real Housewives of Orange County alum, 36, said at the end of a post in which she detailed that she’s been ‘overwhelmed’ in recent weeks amid her parenting duties and her split with Schauf, 39.
The mom-of-three – to Aspen, four, and twin sons Hayes and Hart, two, with estranged husband, Jim Edmonds, 50 – opened up about her kids and taking care of them.
The latest: Meghan King, 36, took to Instagram Saturday saying that she wishes she had a partner around for the holidays amid her recent split with Utah businessman Christian Schauf and move into a new five-bedroom home in her native St. Louis
‘Aspen gets so sad that her outfits never match her brothers but these brand new pjs I just bought (I let her pick them on our Amazon) brought her such joy,’ the St. Louis native said. ‘Y’all, I love my kids like nobody’s business and if you follow me you know that. But holy f’ing balls I am overwhelmed as hell – today I lost my voice screaming at my kids for, well, for being kids.
‘I had to check myself before I wrecked myself: I packed an overnight bag for them and dropped them off with my (angel!) parents.’
Meghan said she was extra emotional, a week after confirming she’d split with Schauf.
‘I drove home crying the whole way partly because I feel like a horrible mom, partly because I have so much to do and I’m overwhelmed beyond belief, partly because I’m purging money, partly because I’m so sad to be leaving the home I picked out and built with hopes for the family that never really was, and partly because I’m exhausted from not sleeping,’ the Bravo personality said.
Happy holidays: The mom-of-three shared a shot of her three kids – Aspen, four, and twin sons Hayes and Hart, two
Meghan said, I’m feeling sorry for myself [because] I wish I had a partner on whose shoulder I could cry,’ after earlier revealing that she and Christian Schauf split
In a blog post last month, King confirmed that she and Schauf, who had been linked since March, had parted ways.
‘After a terrible split from my ex-husband I learned how to heal. I then met and dated a wonderful man: Christian. We laughed, went on adventures, made a long-distance relationship a thing of beauty, grew together, and then … well, we grew apart,’ she said.
Meghan opened up last month about her personal health, revealing that she had battled the coronavirus pandemic. She said she’s ‘fine’ in her health struggle with the virus, which she revealed earlier this month in an Instagram Stories post.
‘I tested positive for COVID,’ she said. ‘I have been safe while traveling but I had an exchange on Tuesday where I did not protect myself and this is when I had to have been infected.
The St. Louis native posted clips on Instagram Live and Instagram Stories showcasing the interior of her new abode last month
Persevering: Meghan last month revealed that she tested positive for coronavirus
‘I have been safe with distancing and masks since Tuesday including when I went to dinner solo and stayed distant and wore a mask at Hayes’s soccer’ game.’
Meghan said that while she didn’t run a fever, she dealt with symptoms including extreme lethargy and exhaustion, ‘sneezing, a mild cough, and diarrhea,’ and a loss of smell.
Her ex Jim Edmonds also battled coronavirus earlier this year. The former MLB All-star, who played for the Los Angeles Angels and St. Louis Cardinals in the prime of his career, is currently in a romance with Kortnie O’Connor.
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