RHOC’s Meghan Edmonds changes name to ‘Meghan King’ on Instagram bio after nasty split from ex-husband Jim – The Sun

REAL Housewives of Orange County alum Meghan Edmonds changed her name to ‘Meghan King’ on her Instagram bio.

The mom of three and ex-husband, Jim, filed for divorce last fall after five years of marriage.


Meghan and Jim split after he admitting to sexting with a woman well-known in the baseball world, during the time the Bravo mom was pregnant with their twin sons.

She shares three children, 1-year-old twin boys Hart and Hayes, and 3-year-old daughter Aspen, with Jim.

Meghan also accused Jim of inappropriate relations with the family's young nanny, but he and the nanny denied these claims.


Meghan just celebrated her first Mother's Day alone since the split.

She's been quarantined with the kids in Los Angeles during the pandemic and posted on Instagram: "I wasn’t looking forward to this Mother’s Day. Quarantined with 3 screaming toddlers for 9 weeks while trying to work hasn’t exactly been a prime environment for me to feel like I’m earning any mother-of-the-year awards.

"Being prisoners in our home has killed our spirits and crushed our souls.

"Then add this: it’s my first Mother’s Day I’m spending without a partner, something I NEVER envisioned."


Meanwhile, Jim is dating new girlfriend Kortnie O'Connor, the woman Jim and Meghan had a threesome with before their divorce.

She and Jim recently made their relationship Instagram official and has been posting pictures from the mansion the married couple once shared.

The former Real Housewives star discussed her ex for moving on so quickly in her Intimate Knowledge podcast saying: “Why does Jim have to go back to this low-hanging fruit?

"Can’t she go find somebody else? And just disrespectful on his part.

“It’s just so hurtful. I never told anyone that I had a threesome because it just felt just like something I wasn’t proud of, and now this is the woman [he] is with and spending money on her when he can’t even come to give me the money that I need?”

Despite the former baseball pro's blossoming love life, he's struggled with recently recovered from the coronavirus and required stitches over his eyebrow from an accident

The 49-year-old former baseball player captioned: "Hasn't been a great 2020 yet!"
He said he "thought he was tough enough" to get through the illness by himself at home, but soon had to be hospitalized.

He posted: "Held off as long as I could. I thought I was tough enough to get through.

"This virus is no joke #gethealthy."

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