Today on Marie
"'s First Lady Bellamy Young brings her Secret Service entourage to her dressing room backstage at "Marie"! But, once they sit sit down, the actress lets her guard down in an intimate discussion about her past. Bellamy's adoptive mom has been widowed three times. These heartbreaks taught Bellamy that true love is worth waiting for and how to blend families. This former pageant girl blossomed from a toddler in a tiara to a First Lady. She has done extensive research on the wives of Presidents to base her character off of. While in college, Bellamy had a health scare and wanted her biological family's medical history. After calling North Carolina persistently for many years, the law finally changed, allowing her to be the first in the state to be reunited with her birth parents! Bellamy is still looking for her Mr. Right, so Marie offers to play matchmaker. Bellamy recently took her mom as her date to Elton John's Oscar party and reminisces how she was starstruck when the Rocket Man approached their table.
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Laura McKenzie returns to "Marie" to share some quirky travel accessories. If you suffer from germaphobia, then the UV disinfection scanner to zap germs off surfaces and the personal seat protector to cover airplane seats are perfect items for you. For entertainment, put on the Vuzix glasses to make a small screen appear movie theater size. To protect yourself from theft, strap the pickpocket alarm to your purse. If someone tries to snatch it out of your shopping cart, the alarm will sound. For the grand finale, travel expert Laura demonstrates a jacket that converts into a sleeping bag and tent!
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Carolyn Evans gave the gift of communication to her husband for his milestone 40th birthday. By prioritizing their marriage once again, the couple of over 17 years was able to infuse romance back into their complacent routine. She gifted her husband 40 beads. Whenever he wants a date night, he drops a bead in a bowl. Within 24 hours, they do an activity together ranging from eating dinner at the kitchen table to going for a walk around the neighborhood. Kids benefit from seeing their parents have a strong, stable relationship. Since spreading word about her "playful" bead method, Carolyn has received positive feedback about thousands of saved marriages.
Find out more about Carolyn's book "Forty Beads: The Simple Sexy Secret for Transforming Your Marriage" at www.fortybeads.com/book/
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