The couple tried to keep the romance on the down low, but two months after their first date someone tipped off the paparazzi that the lovers were planning a matinee at the fab Four Seasons in New York City. he couldnt help but hear the lovers through the hotel wall. Three months later, Klein says, Werner filed for divorce.A reporter for a supermarket tabloid checked into the room next door. To many of his friends, it looked as though he was setting the stage to marry Katie Couric, the book says.She reports that she was "stunned" when the financier proposed but has made no secret of her excitement. Katie, who lost her first husband Jay Monohan to colon cancer 15 years ago when he was just 42, was open about her hopes to remarry one day.She has had a handful of relationships over the years but never seemed to find "the one." She dated American businessman Tom Werner for four years starting in 2000, and had a one year romance with musician Chris Botti that ended amicably in 2005.Even if you wish you could stay home, make the push because the person you end up meeting that night might be the one, or might become a friend who has a great brother.It increases your opportunity to make connections you won't make if you stay home and watch TV.
- and who writes Parade maggies popular Personality Parade under the pen name Walter Scott - takes on Courics rise to the top in his latest tome.The book, which details Katies early days at CNN, her 15-year run on NBCs Today show and her crash-landing at CBS, expends much ink detailing her on-again, off-again romance with Werner, the Hollywood mogul behind a string of successful sitcoms including The Cosby Show and That 70s Show. The two met in 2000 on a blind date arranged by Katies agent.At the time, Werner and his wife, Jill, had just separated and Forbes maggie estimated his net worth at some 0 million.She dated financier Brooks Perlin for five years before they split in 2011 and had hilariously awful experiences while briefly dating Larry King and Bob Saget.Journalist and talk show host Katie Couric has happily confirmed her engagement to John Molner over the Labor Day weekend.
She told the magazine, "I am in the process of figuring out the future, and so is he. but it is complicated." Couric even laughed off the idea of what people were saying about the relationship. I've been 'cougared,' which was just obnoxious. But we shouldn't worry about Couric shuffling around her Manhattan home eating ice cream from tubs.