Oprah Winfrey and Gail King reunite for the first time since the blockade

The Bettys are back together - almost. For the first time since the outbreak of coronavirus led to the closure and detention in March, Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King looked at each other!    The King of Self-Alienation in New York City traveled to California to reconnect with his best friend. The pair said face to face - despite being a few feet away, the masks - they were passing through King Winfrey's house.


The Bettys are back together - almost. For the first time since the outbreak of coronavirus led to the closure and detention in March, Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King looked at each other!


The King of Self-Alienation in New York City traveled to California to reconnect with his best friend. The pair said face to face - despite being a few feet away, the masks - they were passing through King Winfrey's house.

In a clip posted on Oprah Magazine's Instagram, King Winfrey took the waves from the SUV, which lifted her out of the airport. King and his team spent two weeks queuing at Winfrey's guest house before reuniting from all social distances.

The couple smiled and interacted briefly with Winfrey, telling the king, "You can leave the food in the refrigerator."

"Three months after being detained in NYC, ay Gayleking made it safe for Oprah's in California! (Lady O'Connell also detained her home since March.) But Beastie is still socializing with her masks. . “It was a pleasure to see these two again


Winfrey King brought the idea back to California in May during a webinar "WW Present Opus Your Life in Focus: A Vision Forward".

Winfrey said to the king at the time, "Now you must be 14 days apart. We'll put you in the guest house."

"Oh, I know, I've seen Stedman," King replied, referring to Winfrey's longtime companion, Stedman Graham, who returned to work in March at the guest house for two weeks. "I'll actually phone Stedman and get some tips on how to get through quarantine."

King spoke with ET's Kevin Frazier earlier this month, and Oprah wanted to tape his remote news outlets from the guest house because almost no one in the studio was recording because of the closure.

"My favorite son is in California. My favorite daughter is in California. Oprah has a very difficult job in California. The people I live with are the closest people." "I said to Oprah the other day, 'I've always been in my house. What if I come to you and get a guest coming to your house?' And he said yes! I believe I was thinking about it. "

King said she was feeling the wear and tear of the epidemic, and that it was damaging her health even when she was sick. "I can't sleep. I feel a constant state of anxiety and anger."

King spoke with ET's Kevin Frazier earlier this month, and Oprah wanted to tape his remote news outlets from the guest house because almost no one in the studio was recording because of the closure.

"My favorite son is in California. My favorite daughter is in California. Oprah has a very difficult job in California. The people I live with are the closest people." "I said to Oprah the other day, 'I've always been in my house. What if I come to you and get a guest coming to your house?' And he said yes! I believe I was thinking about it. "

King said she was feeling the wear and tear of the epidemic, and that it was damaging her health even when she was sick. "I can't sleep. I feel a constant state of anxiety and anger."

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