It's almost as if Meghan King's blink-and-you-missed-it marriage to Joe Biden's nephew, Cuffe Owens, never happened.
The former "Real Housewives of Orange County" star said the marriage will soon be annulled.
Meghan opened up about her three trips down the aisle while on SiriusXM's "Jeff Lewis Live," saying her most recent partnership felt like an "arranged marriage."
"I think that I was so ready for a partner and for some, I have three little kids that I have all the time pretty much. And so I just really want some help and I want a partnership," she told Jeff. "He said all the right things and I and the families were a good, good fit. And he seemed to grow up similarly to me and it was almost like an arranged marriage. I felt like, except we chose one another."
If nothing else, Meghan and Cuffe's marriage was stunning in its speed — the couple met, married and split up all within three months. (President Biden even attended the September 2021 nuptials, which took place at Cuffe's childhood home in Pennsylvania.) In December 2021, Meghan confirmed that she and Cuffe were over.
Although the marriage made the former reality TV star a bride for the third time, she doesn't quite see it that way.
"I was married when I was 22. Yeah, so I feel like that one didn't count, you know, that was like a practice," she said. "Then I was married to my ex-husband [Jim Edmonds], who I have my kids with for five years. And that was real. That was a real, legitimate marriage and divorce. And then this last one is gonna be annulled, so I've had three weddings and two marriages."
Still, it didn't take Meghan long to put herself out there again, telling pals Teddi Mellencamp and Tamra Judge on their "Two Ts In A Pod" podcast that she was dipping her toe back into the dating pond.
"I'm going on dates and stuff," she said in February 2022. "I was married, but it was such a whirlwind, and from start to finish with him was only three months, which was just stupid of me to marry him, but I did."