Meghan King's extremely brief relationship — and even briefer marriage — to Cuffe Biden Owens was a "mistake," she admits.
While on the "Divorced Not Dead" podcast, the "Real Housewives of Orange County" alum spoke about marrying Joe Biden's nephew after knowing each other for just a few weeks.
"We rushed into it," she said of the now-annulled marriage, which she dubbed a "mistake." "Like I said earlier, I'm a lover and I want everybody to be happy. I learned some big lessons from that mistake. I'm sure he did as well."
The former reality TV star added that she was "confused" by the marriage before pinning most the blame on her ex, insisting she "didn't ever want to get married again, but it was important to him."
Meghan, 37, is now happy it was "short and sweet and it's done and it's annulled."
The new comments are long way from her initial feelings of her split. At the time, she called the December 2021 split "profoundly devastating."
Meghan and Cuffe's marriage was stunning in its speed — the couple met, married and split up all within three months. Having first met in September 2021, the duo immediately began living together. They married in October 2021 in Pennsylvania in front of President Biden and first lady Jill Biden. Eight weeks later, the love was lost.
The annulment was just another chapter in Meghan's unglamorous love life, which has now included three trips down the aisle. Meghan was married to Brad McDill from 2007 to 2011, but she told SiriusXM's "Jeff Lewis Live" that that marriage "didn't count" because she wed so young. She then married former baseball player Jim Edmonds in 2014. The two split in 2019 but share three children together. Then, of course, came her annulled marriage to Cuffe.
Still seeking love, Meghan is reportedly now dating businessman Trevor Colhoun, the heir to the John Deere tractor fortune.