It seems like the former Real Housewives of Orange County star has had a change of heart following her messy divorce with Jim because she now “fully” supports Jim and Kortnie’s relationship, which she revealed in a recent interview.
“I would feel that stability for my children is what I care about the most. So any kind of long-term committed relationship that Jim is in, I fully, fully support because that’s absolutely the best for my children,” she told Us Weekly earlier this month.
Meghan, who shares daughter Aspen, 4, and twin sons, Hart and Hayes, 2, with the former baseball player, went on to explain that her priority is making sure her kids feel loved no matter what the situation.
“I was a stepmom and I’ve always been the school of thought that the more people to love children the better,” she shared. “And I don’t think that there’s a limited capacity for children to be able to be loved. It’s not like they could only be loved by mommy and daddy. I don’t think that takes away my love for them if they’re going to love somebody else. So I think it’s great.”
Meghan’s also hoping to find love again, but she hasn’t found the right person just yet. She dated Christian Schauf for about six months, but the two amicably split in November 2020. The former reality star moved on with Will Roos a few months later. Though she and Will are still seeing one another, Meghan revealed she’s looking for something a bit more serious.
“I just saw Will out here in California,” she said. “He’s great. He’s a super close friend of mine. … It’s fine, but I’m looking for a life partner, not … somebody to casually date.”
The mother of three is taking her time as she doesn’t want to force someone to commit. And when it comes to marriage, Meghan doesn’t believe the “paperwork” is as important as she once thought.
“Let’s be honest, like, to be in a rush might not be the smartest decision,” she quipped. “I definitely just enjoy my time and I don’t feel like I have to do anything quote unquote by the book anymore. So I feel really comfortable with who I am, where I stand and I don’t need, you know, paperwork to tell me who I love.”