Following a difficult divorce Mary Jo Eustace creates a new home full of
love, laughter and family. Also, be sure to catch touching photos of the
Queen honoring Canadian soldiers at Vimy in this week's
Special Commemorative Issue, on newsstands today.
TORONTO, April 12 /CNW/ - Most women would be devastated if their husband
of 12 years abruptly left them for a Hollywood celebrity just weeks after
adopting a newborn girl, and proceeded to celebrate newfound love in the
tabloids and on reality TV. But Mary Jo Eustace is no average woman. Armed
with a robust sense of humour -she has referred to her public ordeal as a
"very bad cable movie" - Mary Jo dusted off her shoulders, packed up her
family, and came back home to start a new life in Toronto.
"I think it's just who I am. You have to be able to find the humour in
things. If you can't, it's just a downward spiral. I have very funny, smart
friends who make me laugh so hard. "
Mary Jo welcomes Hello! exclusively into her home, and shares how family,
friends and her cherished children have helped her to weather the storm. Of
her divorce in the tabloids, she explains, "You have to get resilient and just
get over it. It's been very invasive in our life. Of course with my son -
going into a store, and seeing a magazine and having to explain that to him.
That's not fun for me, it's not fun for my son."
Read the full interview, and see Mary Jo's charming home in the issue of
Hello! on newsstands today.
Also in Hello!'s special commemorative issue, the Queen salutes fallen
Canadian heroes at Vimy. This week's Hello! features six photo-filled pages of
her touching tribute to the fallen soldiers of Vimy Ridge.
With 60-plus years of success, 10 editions around the world and a reach
of more than eight million readers in over 100 countries, Hello! magazine has
been launched in Canada by the country's leading consumer publisher: Rogers
Publishing Limited. The Canadian Hello! presents respectful, up-close and
intimate information on international and national celebrities known and loved
by Canadians. With unparalleled access to celebrities' homes and lives, Hello!
publishes spectacular photographs, as well as exciting lifestyle sections
featuring fashion, decor, food and travel. The U.K. edition of Hello! was
launched in 1988, creating the celebrity magazine marketplace in that country,
and is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Spanish magazine Hola!, which first
debuted in 1944.
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