Would YOU Marry a Man Who Wouldn't Promise to be Faithful — Like Jenny Sanford (That Gov.'s Wife)!

Tue, February 9, 2010 12:08pm EST by Add first Comment
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Jenny Sanford, wife of ex-South Carolina governor Mark Sanford, dishes about the destruction of her marriage in new tell-all bio Staying True.

Would you marry a man who refused to include vows of fidelity in your wedding ceremony? That’s what Jenny Sanford shockingly revealed happened in her autobiography Staying True, released Feb. 5. The 47-year-old wife of ex-South Carolina governor Mark Sanford recounted how in the days leading up to their wedding, she “questioned” his reluctance, but then “moved past it.”

And look how that turned out: Jenny was publicly humiliated when Mark was outed in June 2009 for cheating on Jenny with a Maria Belen Shapur, whom he visited in Argentina using taxpayer money.

We can’t believe that a smart, successful woman like Jenny could get herself in such a jam! How could you marry someone who wouldn’t promise to be faithful from the get-go?

Check out the exclusive interview on momlogic.com, where she discusses how she’s moving on by focusing on her four sons, and how she managed to forgive Mark, but not forget.

What do you think: Would you have knowingly gotten yourself into the same situation? Vote and let us know!

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