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Kathie Lee Gifford is happy to keep the home she shared with deceased husband Frank in the family!
The former Today host, 68, recently shared with PEOPLE that her son Cody and his wife, Erika Brown, live in Greenwich, Connecticut, mansion, which she shared with her late husband, who died in 2015.
She told people she loves returning to the New York area for visits after moving to Tennessee in 2019, she added, “but my son and his wife live there now. And it just makes me so happy.”
Looking back on her move to Nashville, Gifford explained that she decided to head south when both of her children lived in California.
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“It was missed by my kids in my beautiful, beautiful home that had once been so filled with laughter and music and dogs barking, and smelling of the grill, and the seagulls,” she said.
She added that at the time, with the absence of Cody, 31, and daughter Cassidy, 28, “it was more like a morgue than home.”
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Now that Cody lives in the Connecticut house and Cassidy and her husband, Ben Wierda, who lives nearby in Nashville, Gifford is overjoyed to have “my children back in my life in both homes.”
She hinted that she was looking forward to grandchildren – “one day the Lord may bless us with tiny little feet running around” – but acknowledged “it is in the hands of God.”
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“But in the meantime, life is sweet here,” Gifford said, adding that she is “a deeply grateful woman to be so content and so happy at this point in my life, this season of my life where so many people find it. is harder and harder to find a reason to get up in the morning. “
Gifford also spoke to PEOPLE about Cassidy and Wierda’s second wedding this weekend after first tying the knot in an intimate backyard ceremony during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Joking about “four-day bash,” Gifford joked to people, “Momma is tired.”
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