“The lack of any record of the Hopes’ marriage (not even a wedding photo) led some Hope family members to speculate over the years that a wedding may never have taken place.’’ The author was able to find a divorce decree documenting Hope’s 1933-34 marriage to former vaudeville partner Grace Troxell, which Hope’s publicists denied ever took place when it was revealed in a 1993 biography.
Zoglin’s book reveals Hope “quietly sent her money in the years before her death’’ in 1976 at age 65. He was a star enjoying his stardom.’’ Mostly, the book alleges, Hope enjoyed one-night stands with showgirls and beauty queens — avoiding romantic entanglements with his beautiful co-stars in movies, who included such actresses as Lucille Ball, Jane Russell, Madeleine Carroll, Paulette Goddard, Joan Fontaine and Dorothy Lamour.
Asked by a reporter in 1978 if she thought her husband was “one hundred percent true-blue,’’ she replied, “I doubt it.
It really made that photo even more special.”“We found out who the woman in the photo was as well thanks to all the coverage it’s been getting,” he told The Huffington Post Monday.
“She said she was happy to be part of such special moment and told us love wins! 💍 @cnicolem_ 💕 Our little family will soon share the same last name. I proposed today with the help of some of my great friends.
“I am just so happy that a positive LGBT photo went viral.
It’s not every day something like this has such [a] positive reaction to the general public,” Carlos told Buzz Feed. It’s absolutely amazing to see such love coming from a bystander.”“I don’t think we realized she was there,” Jessica told au. We were going over the photos my friend Ed Sanchez took (and) we discovered that gem with her sweet reaction.