What happens when you're married to a famous chef and get divorced? Do you freak out about how you're going to eat?
Apparently, Stephanie March thought it was going to be worse than it was.
"I thought I would have to learn to cook, because I’m not really a very good cook and I thought, 'I’m going to have to pick up a few tricks,'" she recently told Extra. "But as it turns out, I go out a lot, so looks like I don’t have to. My toast is amazing. My cereal is incredible."
March and Iron Chef Bobby Flay finalized their divorce in July, amidst cheating rumors and reports of a pretty nasty split. The tabloids constantly linked Bobby Flay to fellow chef Giada De Laurentiis – but those rumors were patently false, as Giada has a new beau and it's not Flay.
March also talked about having a good support network and considering herself pretty lucky.
"I am by no means the only person to ever go through this and I’m very cognitive of that, and I have a wonderful support network of really good friends and really good family so I don’t spend a lot of time feeling sorry for myself about it. It’s not pleasant to see your private life out there, but, you know, I consider myself pretty lucky," she said.
It looks like Stephanie March is going just fine following her much-publicized breakup.