- Oprah Winfrey and her long-term partner Stedman Graham self-isolated for 14 days separately
- During their isolation, Oprah still looked after her man, just from a distance
- With a little help from two of her Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls graduates, Oprah welcomed her man back memorably
Oprah Winfrey and her life partner/bae, Stedman Graham made the decision to self-isolate separately so that they don’t infect one another in case the other had it.
Self-isolation, especially on your own, can be rather daunting and it takes a lot of mental strength to triumph.
Legit.ng learnt that Oprah and Stedman recently took their first stroll together after 14 days of self and separate isolation – it was a truly special moment.
During their isolation, Oprah still looked after her man, just from a distance. She took him treats and made sure he was well fed. One of Stedman’s favourite isolation treats was Oprah’s banana bread, or as he calls is, ‘that South African bread’.
Both Oprah and Stedman travel a lot, so the decision to self-isolate separately was strongly made upon that.
Oprah felt that after two weeks of being a part, a little welcome reunion celebration was in order, So, with help from Thando and Sadé, two of her Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls graduates, she welcomed bae back with a little song.
Oprah and Stedman’s “short walk to freedom” was definitely one for the books.
In other news, Oprah Winfrey has chosen to remain unmarried and is happy about her decision.
She and her man, Stedman Graham, have been together since 1986 and are still enjoying each other's company and their relationship.
According to All4Women, they both agree that if they had gotten married, things would not have worked out.
Legit.ng gathers that he did ask Oprah to be his wife though, and she didn't refuse. They just never made it official with an actual wedding.
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