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Only a brief time after their twenty fifth wedding anniversary, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver announced their separation in a statement released late Monday. The couple said that “after a lot of thought, reflection, conversation, and prayer, we came to this conclusion together.”
Journalist, former first lady of California and author of six best selling novels. She has received a Peabody Award, and was co-anchor for NBC’s Emmy-winning coverage of the 1988 Summer Olympics.
Produced Maria Owings Shriver on November 6, 1955, in Chicago, Illinois. Shriver is the daughter of prominent politican and diplomat Sargent Shriver and Eunice Kennedy Shriver, sister of John F. and Robert Kennedy. Shriver graduated from Georgetown University in June 1977 with a B.A. in American studies and began her career as a newswriter and producer for Philadelphia’s KYW TV later that year. In 1978, she started work at Baltimore’s WJZ TV, where she composed and produced the Baltimore-based show Evening Magazine. In September 1983, Shriver began reporting for CBS News and soon won a position as co-anchorman of the CBS Morning News.
In 1986, she joined NBC News as a correspondent for the news show 1986 and an anchorman for Main Street, a news magazine aimed at young people. From 1987 to 1990, she served as a co-anchor on NBC’s Sunday Today. In 1990, she began hosting a series of news specials entitled First Person with Maria Shriver. Since then she’s conducted numerous noteworthy interviews including areas with Fidel Castro, Ted Turner, Magic Johnson, and Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York.
Shriver was a reporter for NBC’s Dateline NBC from 1989 until August of 2003, when she took a leave of absence when her husband, actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, became a candidate in the California recall election. Upon his inauguration as the 38th Governor of California on November 17, 2003, Shriver became the First Lady of California. A few months later, she resigned from NBC citing a conflict of interest between her function as a journalist and her standing as First Lady.
As first lady of California, Shriver served as an advocate for a lot of social causes. She helped develop and establish a particular website to match volunteers with organizations needing aid. Shriver supported the construction of playgrounds and community gardens in lower income areas.
The four-part plan supplied an in depth look at this devastating brain disorder. Advancing knowledge of the illness and encouraging medical research is a personal mission for Shriver. Her father had Alzheimer’s disease.
Later that year, Shriver experienced two great personal losses. Her mother died on August 11th at Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis, Massachusetts. Two weeks later, Shriver lost her uncle, Senator Ted Kennedy, who had been fighting brain cancer. After her uncle’s departure, Shriver appeared on Meet the Press. Shriver described her late uncle as “the most compassionate, empathetic guy.”
Outside of the world of politics, Shriver established herself as an effective author. Shriver has composed several works, including an effective collection of children’s books. Her latest work is Merely Who Will You Be? (2008).
In January 2011, Shriver went via a period of personal turbulence. Herself concluded together with her part as California’s first lady as her husband’s second term ended. Shriver also lost her father around this time around. A few months later, she and her husband announced they were separating after twenty five years of union. The couple released a statement in May that said this conclusion arrived “after a whole lot of thought, reflection, discussion, and prayer.” Shriver and Schwarzenegger have four children: Katherine, Christina, Patrick, and Christopher.