And all of them involving a considerable amount of drama—from the allegations of plagiarism that followed the publication of two of her books to the gossip about the prominent men in her life, and the stories about her membership in a controversial cult headed by a former high-school teacher who woke up from a coma believing that he was an emissary of God.Along the way, there was her marriage in 1986 to Michael Huffington, a conservative Republican multi-millionaire who served in Congress.She was, the "hasn't spent more than two days of her adult life out of the media spotlight." The mockery was not surprising, perhaps, for during her 25 years in the U. the Greek-born Huffington has stirred up more than her share of controversy.A Cambridge-educated scholar and socialite, the author of 10 books (on subjects ranging from Picasso and Maria Callas to corporate greed and Greek mythology, to politics and spirituality), a television commentator, syndicated columnist, political wife, activist, and, most recently, in 2003, candidate for governor of California, Huffington has had many lives, all of them conducted very much in the public eye.
"Bill can never stay with one woman for more than a few years.
Bill and Cara “spent some time talking about marriage,” adds the insider, “but [the relationship] just ran its course.
She was not exactly his type either." Cara confirmed the split to , saying, “Our breakup was mutual and amicable.
We continue to be friends and work together.” Bill also confirmed, stating, "Breakups are always difficult, especially with an amazing person like Cara.
No question that Arianna Huffington is driven, but by what: Power? "The tea arrives—"Thank you, sweetheaaarrrt"—and Huffington turns back to the matters at hand.