TV Star Valerie Bertinelli Reveals New Relationship Started Online!

TV Star Valerie Bertinelli Reveals New Relationship
TV Star Valerie Bertinelli Reveals New Relationship

Get ready for some love in the digital age as TV star Valerie Bertinelli spills the beans on her new romance that began online! In a world where swiping right can lead to unexpected connections, Bertinelli’s revelation has sparked intrigue and excitement. Join us as we dive into the details of this modern love story and uncover the secrets to finding romance in the virtual realm.

TV Star Valerie Bertinelli Reveals New Relationship

In the past two years, Valerie Bertinelli has experienced a great deal of change. The TV personality divorced her second husband, put a lot of effort into accepting herself, went back to cooking, penned a new cookbook called Indulge, and fell in love once more.

In this week’s cover story, Bertinelli, 63, declares to news outlets, “I’m in love. It’s a seesaw of emotions because I was adamant I was never falling in love again.”

She laughs and continues, “I was supposed to die with my six cats and my dog and very happily live the rest of my years alone—I’m good alone.”

The former Food Network star says, “My belly is flip-flopping,” but she’s not ready to announce her new partner to the public just yet. She had to learn to love herself before she could open herself to love.

Regarding the years that followed her 2022 divorce and the passing of her first spouse Eddie Van Halen in 2020 due to throat cancer, Bertinelli states, “I want to be clear that this process has taken a long time.”

TV Star Valerie Bertinelli Reveals New Relationship
TV Star Valerie Bertinelli Reveals New Relationship

She claims, “I got more intentional about my healing. That meant a lot of walks with [my dog] Luna, a lot of therapy sessions, a lot of learning that I deserve to feel good.”

She also explains, “The cookbook was an offshoot of the emotional and mental healing I‘ve been doing. First came the work. Why I thought I didn’t deserve to be loved. Why I was using food to numb my feelings? All the drama and trauma I hadn’t dealt with — with Ed and my last marriage.”

In Indulge, she shares her story through personal anecdotes and her favorite meals. She says, “I know we’re talking about a cookbook but this cookbook got me through all of it.”

As she puts it in the book, “The more I let myself cry, the better I felt. I wasn’t trying to be happy or sad or thin. I wasn’t trying to be anything other than who I was.” 

She adds, and then came a sweet surprise. She first became friendly with her new guy, an East Coast writer, on Instagram a few years ago. “It was strictly platonic but there was something about him that I connected with that felt familiar.”

It wasn’t until later in the year that their phone conversations turned into a love connection. She said, “It’s crazy the comfort level.” She claims that despite everything being novel and surprising, “it feels incredibly right.”

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