As Meghan King battles for custody of her three children with ex-husband Jim Edmonds, she seems to have acquired a new romantic interest.
King has been married three times so far; to Brad McDill from 2007 to 2011; Edmonds from 2014 to 2021; and Cuffe Owens Biden for a few months in 2021.
However, she may now have something intimate with her attorney, Andrew Felix, which a few sources have confirmed.
Meghan King and her lawyer Andrew Felix’s business relationship turns into something more
According to a source, King and Felix are “getting very close” as she works on her memoir. The insider confirmed that sparks are “definitely” flying between them, but they’re taking their time.
“It’s very new, but Andrew is just what she needs,” the source told PageSix. “Their values are super aligned and they care about the causes. It started out as a business relationship, but it obviously turns into something more. The lovebirds were recently spotted in New York City, where they flaunted their reported intimacy while “gallantizing around town.”
Photos obtained by the media show they were joined by King’s literary agent Courtney Paganelli, publicist Anthony Lario and manager Ben Gaynor as they dined at La Pecora Bianca in Flatiron.
The Bravo alum and her attorney didn’t show any PDAs, but Felix’s arm was seen draped over the back of King’s chair. It’s still unclear when the duo began their alleged affair, but fans will recall she once mentioned last October that she was having “the most amazing sex ever” with a mystery man.
She revealed on her ‘Intimate Knowledge’ podcast: “I’m so blown away by this that right before I got on my plane to come back, I called him and said, ‘I don’t understand. Why is sex so good? Is it a matter of lust? » The sex was “so good” that she visited the unidentified man soon after, despite having lived in different states. Plus, she thought maybe she was “in love” with him.
While the ‘RHOC’ alum tried to keep a low profile on the intimate details of her love life, she hinted that she had an ongoing interest in February. On Valentine’s Day, King, in a newsletter, revealed that she had received the perfect gift: a love letter from her man.
After sending a message to the “strong women” whose partners honored them on a special day, she told her fans about the note. The former reality TV star detailed how her day went, from waking up with a “self-love intention” to her best friend sending her best wishes.
As for her mystery partner’s expression of love on a special day, she said, “My steadfast man sent me a beautiful and intimate text. It warmed my heart.
The University of Mississippi Alum was once involved with a woman
Earlier this year, King opened up about exploring her sexuality, saying she wanted something new after all of her relationships with men ended badly.
In a note shared on her site, she wrote, “I will explore my sexuality if I wish, and honor platonic, non-traditional relationships the way Western society has done us a disservice by making us believe that ‘they are irrelevant.’
Following her promise, she discussed opening her dating app to women and finally met the one she loved. Sharing her truth on her podcast, the mother-of-three gushed: ‘I met a woman and we hit it off. She is beautiful and I feel more free than ever.
King, who said he never felt like his desire was to be with a woman, admitted she harbored some sort of interest before his statement.
“I had thought about it,” she said of her interest in same-sex relationships. “Sometimes if I watch porn, I watch lesbian porn, but I never really thought of that as being, like, I wanted to be with a woman. I just kinda felt like it felt more realistic than I would enjoy in a sex act.
Fortunately, King confessed to having an “incredible” three-day date with a woman she “bonded” with. She explained: “So I said to this woman, ‘I like you and I hang out with you, and you’re beautiful and fun and sexy, but the thing is, I like ck, and I can’t being in a monogamous relationship with a woman”.
The female interest and King stayed together at the Yale Club in New York. It was admittedly King’s “first female experience,” prompting her to wonder if there was “something” while wondering, “What if I’m a lesbian? What if I’m bi?