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On April 8, 2013, Berkus became engaged to Jeremiah Brent in a dramatic moment celebrated atop Machu Picchu in Peru. Brent is the former assistant to designer/stylist Rachel Zoe and is a regular on "The Rachel Zoe Project.” Nate’s most recent book, The Things that Matter (2012), features intimate stories from his life experience, including people and events who influenced his design philosophy.
My toast would be, 'Never forget, even when you're King and Queen, it's Oprah's world, you're just living in it.'" Sandra Bernhard The comedian, actress, singer, and author returns to Town Hall in New York City this June in I Love Being Me, Don't You?But that’s a huge budget-eater, especially for four. When we built the house on the Cape, I installed slightly odd sconces in a guest room—ones that stick straight out above the bed.I was thinking about looking into rentals at short stay apartments in London. We don’t, have never, taken a grand family vacation.By contrast, our kids’ friends have travelled to some amazing destinations during school breaks (Israel, Tanzania, Norway, El Salvador, Paris, etc.).When he and Brent began dating a few years ago, Berkus was based in New York.
Brent and his burgeoning design business, meanwhile, were in Los Angeles.
After getting engaged on a Peruvian mountaintop, the pair married last year in front of 220 guests at the New York Public Library.
Then, this past March, they celebrated the birth of their daughter, Poppy.
The sexual orientation of those featured here did not stand in the way of their achievements. 1971) is a former day-time television host (The Nate Berkus Show 2010-2012) who became known to millions of TV viewers as a regular guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show.
He offered design advice for eight years after his first guest appearance in 2002 and is still a regular contributor to "O, the Oprah Magazine." Jewish and openly gay, Nate is the son of interior designer Nancy Golden of HGTV and DIY network fame.
Nate Berkus has gone to a lot of sports-memorabilia conventions over the years.