Meghan King's marriage to Cuffe Owens went kaput in a matter of weeks, but she'll always have something to remind her of her ex and his family: A gift from Cuffe's uncle, President Joe Biden.
"He gave me a crystal bowl, like, with the presidential seal," the former "Real Housewives of Orange County" star, 38, told Us Weekly, noting that she still has it.
She continued, "And Kamala Harris wrote me a note."
Meghan and Cuffe's marriage was stunning in its speed — the couple met, married and split up all within three months. (President Biden 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.
Meghan opened up about her trip down the aisle while on SiriusXM's "Jeff Lewis Live," saying her partnership with Cuffe felt like an "arranged marriage."
In chatting with Us, the former reality TV star described how "weird" it was having secret service at her nuptials.
"The craziest moment for me, was when my daughter said, 'Mommy, what are those guys doing?' And there were two snipers with these, like, massive guns, like, walking because the president was getting ready to leave," she explained. "So they're packing up and going, so they have these massive guns. And I said, 'Oh honey, those people were there to protect the president because the president was here.' And she said, 'President Biden.' And I said, 'Yeah.' She goes, 'No, he wasn't!'"
Although the marriage didn't work out, Meghan said the Biden's "felt like family."
"The wedding day was great. It was so much fun, intimate and his family's wonderful. I mean, I don't have a bad thing to say about the Bidens at all," she said. "They were so warm and normal and welcoming."