There are not many people who haven't heard of Oprah Winfrey.Not only is she the queen of daytime TV, but also is a philanthropist.Because he's a traditional man and this is a very untraditional relationship.I think it's acceptable as a relationship, but if I had the title 'wife,' I think there would be other expectations for what a wife is and what a wife does," she told Access Hollywood at the time.'On this recent trip, my only plan was to be present,' said the Presidential Medal Of Freedom recipient.'Stedman, Gayle and I got up in the wee hours, wrapped ourselves in blankets, and waited for dawn.'Motivating herself into a whirligig of travel apparently took some doing. 'I love nesting, and pitty-pattying around in my pj's and socks, and reading wherever I can find a cosy nook.'However, 'this year I’m vowing to do more and see more.Oprah and Stedman have been together since the mid-80s, but never married.The dedicated partners have been madly in love for decades, but never saw the need to walk down the aisle and say “I do.” The media legend, 61, said back in 1991 that she didn’t think they needed a piece of paper to make their union real, but she has allegedly had a change of heart.
She uses her power and resources to help those who are in need.
So, if you've received some sort of save-the-date for the Winfrey-Graham nuptials, it looks like it may have come from another pair with the same last names.
"6 people who know me well have called today congratulating me or surprised they weren't invited to my wedding," Oprah wrote, before being completely clear that "IT's NOT TRUE!!
" interview that marriage was once in the cards for the pair, who began dating in 1986.
Stedman did propose to his famous better half back in the day.