I thought this was very sweet, simple and human, considering the complicated lives they led and especially for a glamorous couple who lived so much of their lives in the spotlight, among the rich, famous and powerful.
Bill Clinton had helped them move and Pakistan’s president had given Kati some advice on bereavement when Richard Holbrooke had finally passed away.
Yes, they found happiness and got married.
Richard Holbrooke became the US Ambassador to theUnited Nations and together they became the “it” couple of New York.
They were both smart, cultured and vivacious for life, and apparently they hosted the most interesting dinners. Everyone from Whoopi Goldberg to Nelson Mandela accepted their dinner invitations.
It was their golden age and how nice that they had found each other for this.
It wasn’t a completely perfect life — whose life is? — but it came pretty close to this.
And they lived fairly happily for 15 years together.
Yes, second chances are possible and true love can happen at any age, Marton writes.
And, if I might dare to add, especially when you’re in Paris, living your own version of a never-ending, and never-endingly eventful Travelife.