Bonjour. . .How I loved this episode, we spent many years between France, Monte Carlo, and England so always relish the chance to return. My schedule of late unfortunately hasn't allowed it. The last three years for businesses to survive and prosper we have had to keep on our toes so to speak!
One of the many reasons that I fell in love with Ken was the kindness he exuded. We met when Warren was 15 and I was 21. As he explained he was married briefly for two years at 19, to a young wife who wasn't prepared for the challenging job of being a mother. So he then fought for custody of their only child. He worked many jobs laboring, night jobs, anything to provide for his son, and, with the help of his mother, he raised an educated, well-mannered young man.
Life was hard at the beginning. But with sheer tenacity and some sort of innovative business sense, he created a life for his family (including his parents) that otherwise they wouldn't have had.
Warren is very much his fathers son -- ambitious, incredibly family oriented, and someone to be proud of.
People have often asked me why I would sign up for a reality show as if it was some sort of sentence, but when I view episodes forever documented like this I rest assured that we made the right choice.