Despite it reportedly being the reason for her split from Cuffe Biden Owens after only two months of marriage, Meghan King is continuing to overshare every moment of her life on social media.
As Radar reported, Cuffe called it quits with Meghan last week because he reportedly “couldn’t cope” with her constantly filming, documenting, and sharing every aspect of their life. But it appears the Real Housewives of Orange County alum didn’t get the memo because she is seemingly still just as obsessed with social media as ever.
“Thank you all for your messages,” she wrote on her Instagram Story Thursday. “Thank you for holding space for me. Thank you for lifting me up. You all are good people and I appreciate you.”
According to sources familiar with the situation, Cuffe wasn’t interested in Meghan’s "lifestyle of constantly documenting everything."
"He fully understood the dynamics of marrying someone who is the complete opposite when it comes to being in the spotlight," a friend of President Joe Biden’s nephew recently spilled.
"Meghan is all about sharing her life on social media, something Cuffe was okay with at the beginning, but when reality set in he realized he couldn't live his life that way," the unnamed friend continued to explain.
"Cuffe didn't want their relationship under the microscope 24/7. It's just not him. He values his privacy too much, unlike Meghan who comes with her entourage of a million followers."
Although Meghan seems to be handling the split a little better now, she was very vocal earlier this week regarding her breakup after only two months of marriage.
“I am rattled. This situation is profoundly devastating,” the reality star shared on social media earlier this week. “This is obviously not what I imagined when I made my vows — and I’m shocked and saddened by the way things turned out.”
The 42-year-old Los Angeles attorney and the 37-year-old ex-Bravo personality had nothing short of a whirlwind relationship.
The couple went official on social media in September then got married only weeks later on October 11 in a private ceremony that included the likes of President Biden and first lady Jill Biden.