– Advertisement – Her second chance at romance. Meghan King stumbled upon love again after her split from estranged husband Jim Edmonds — and found a perfect match in boyfriend Christian Schauf.The Real Housewives of Orange County alum was previously married to Edmonds for five years before Us Weekly broke the news in October 2019 that they had called it quits. The former couple share daughter Aspen, born in November 2016, and twin sons Hart and Hayes, born in June 2018.- Advertisement – As she continued to navigate her transition to single motherhood — and balance raising a family with exploring a new relationship — Schauf told the New York Post’s Page Six that he found his new flame’s strength “admirable” when it came to her divorce drama with Edmonds.“This is a 35-year-old woman with three kids under the age of 3 with an ex who is not that easy to deal with — and that is putting it in the nicest way possible — and then having every move you make played out at a scale she does, for her to continue to be positive and push ahead and have goals, and not let it overwhelm her,” he said in July 2020. “It’s really impressive to me.”- Advertisement – After facing a number of ups and downs in her dramatic split from the former St. Louis Cardinals player, King was ready to find The One — again. “I just want to hold somebody’s hand or get a hug and whether or not, in the age of coronavirus or not, as a single woman, I want to be partnered up. I want that relationship,” she said during an episode of her “Intimate Knowledge” podcast in April 2020. “It was never my idea to get divorced and yet here I am and I’m happier than ever now but I do want a partner.”One month later, King’s wish came true. Us confirmed in May 2020 that the former reality TV personality sparked a romance with Schauf, whom she later revealed she met on a dating app.“When I knew I had worked through my pain to the point where it wouldn’t define me or scar me but instead teach me, I knew I was ready to really date,” King wrote in a blog post about her budding romance in June 2020, describing her experience with virtual dating amid the COVID-19 crisis. “I shot for the stars and made a list of every last minute detail of the man I was looking for – my list was pages long – and daily I’d ask God to open my heart to the possibility of loving again.”- Advertisement – Scroll down to look back at King’s sweet relationship with Schauf.
Four men have been arrested after they allegedly broke into a woman’s home and confined her for hours in an effort to steal her stimulus check.The incident occurred in Indiana around 1:00 A.M. Sunday.Officials at the Lake Station Police Department say the victim contacted them around 5:00 am stating that four men that she knew broke in to her home and held her against her will for hours to steal the check.The victim told police that one of the men immediately took her phone so that she could not call the police and another held her at gunpoint.The men eventually left but told the victim not to go anyway because they would be back.Once she was sure they were gone, the woman drove to the police station to report the incident.The four suspects, identified as Paul Blankenship, Phillip Guzman, Jacob Baughman, were located a short while later and arrested.They have since been charged with burglary with a deadly weapon, armed robbery, criminal confinement, among other charges.The men have all been taken to the Lake County Jail where they are being held on a $75,000 bond.
For the first time in the history of the AFCON, Tunisia has eliminated favourites Ghana to advance to the quarterfinal of the competition.The Carthage Eagles beat the Black Stars 5-4 on penalities following a 1 – 1 draw after extra time.Ghana’s hope of making a 7th straight semi-final berth was cut short and the talking point is the decision by South African referee, Victor Gomes to disallow Andre Ayew’s goal in the 41st minute.Tunisia has booked a quarterfinal clash with tournament debutants, Madagascar, who defeated D.R Congo 4-2 on penalties on Saturday.Sassi scores the easier way. Ghana 4 – 5 Tunisia Partey scores 4 – 4 Yacini Mehiah gets it done simply 3 – 4 Lumor Agbenyenu scores 3 – 3Tunisia scores 2 – 3Caleb Ekuban’s shot is saved by Mustapha 2- 2Khazri also scores 2 – 2 Jordan Ayew scores beautifully 2 – 1Sliti scores for Tunisia 1 – 1Wakaso kicks first for Ghana and scores 1 – 0 Penalty shootouts Tunisia makes change. Goalkeeper Hassen substituted in the 120th minute. Mustapha’s job will be to save the kicks.115’: An unmarked Jordan Ayew positioned himself for a scoring chance but the ball struck the shin and went out of play. Goalkick to Tunisia.99’: Classy Richard Ofori makes another important save for Ghana. Resultant corner kick for Tunisia has gone to waste.Full Time: 5minutes of added time are up and referee Gomes blows the whistle to end the game. We have 30mins more to play in extra time.90’: GOOAAAL!!!! Tunisia defender Bedoui in his attempt to clear a setpiece headed the ball into his own net. We are headed for extra time. 89’: Nuhu Kassim receives the yellow card for forcing an injured opponent to get up on his feet. He thought he was wasting time.86’: Tempers are high as Wakaso gets yellow-carded for hacking down an opponent.82’: Asamoah Gyan gets a bite. He has replaced Andre Ayew82’: Tunisia replaces Msakni 78’: Wakaso missed an opportunity to equalise for Ghana as his long-range strike rolled past the goalkeeper and hit the post again. It’s a corner kick for Ghana but it’s been wasted. 74’: Ghana substitutes Afriyie Acquah and brings in Caleb Ekuban.73’: Taha Yassine Khenissi tears off Ghana defender Kassim Nuhu and fires past Richard to make the scores Ghana 0 – 1 Tunisia. Not looking good for Ghana. Tunisia’s game plan has totally changed since Muami Khazri’s introduction; good for them.69’: Black Stars living dangerously as Tunisians continue to attack and hit the woodwork.68’: Khazri’s makes presence felt and nearly scored seconds within his introduction.67’: Tunisia makes substitution as Khazri is introduced into the game. 48′: Tunisian captain, Youssef Msakni gets another yellow card for a cynical tackle on Wakaso Mubarak.45’: Half time. The talking point is the decision by Referee Gomes to disallow Dede’s goal on the basis that Partey handled the ball earlier. Partey insists the ball hit his chin and not his hand. Replays have corroborated Ghana’s claim but the decision has been made.41’: Andre Ayew’s backheel beats Tunisian goalkeeper but the South African referee Victor Gomes ruled it out as he adjudged Thomas Partey handled the ball before providing the assist to his captain.30’: Half an hour of play time gone and it’s still goalless. Tunisia has been controlling the game with 59% of possession against 41% by Ghana. Both teams have been tactical with their play so far and have come close to opening the scorelines at the Ismailia stadium. It is their 8th AFCON meeting.15’: Nuhu Kassim rises above the Tunisian defence to connect a corner with his head but that effort saw the ball hitting the post. Another response from captain Andre Ayew was saved by the goalkeeper. It’s still barren.11’: Referee flashes yellow card to two players- John Boye and Tunisian player, Dylan Bronn- for separate offences.06′: Richard Ofori again runs to pick up the ball from a surging Khennisi. 01′: Tunisians make an early attempt to score but goalkeeper Richard Ofori was at hand to pick the with little efforts.Coach Kwasi Appiah did not hide his emotions when the Ghana National Anthem was played. So was his captain Andre Ayew.