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    Default Grandson of president Richard Nixon to be divorced from his billionaire heiresss wife

    Billionaire grocery heiress files for divorce from Richard Nixon's grandson after three years of marriage


    • Andrea Catsimatidis filed for divorce from Christopher Nixon Cox
    • She is the daughter of John Catsimatidis, the billionaire owner of Gristedes grocery chain
    • He is the only son of Richard Nixon's daughter, Tricia Nixon

    The oddball political marriage of Richard Nixon's grandson to a much-younger billionaire grocery heiress is ending after three years.
    Andrea Catsimatidis filed for divorce on Wednesday from Christopher Nixon Cox in Manhattan family court.
    It's unknown what caused the break up, which began with a lavish 2011 ceremony at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Manhattan. Some of New York's biggest political names - including Hillary Clinton and Henry Kissinger - were in attendance.


    Trouble in paradise: Andrea Catsimatidis. 24. Christopher Nixon Cox, 36, were pictured together on a European vacation in July. She filed for divorce on Wednesday



    Catsimatidis caused a stir this week when she posed for this photo with her mother and former President Bill Clinton. Hillary attended Catsimatidis' wedding


    Catsimatidis is the daughter of John Catsimatidis, the owner of the Gristedes grocery chain and a former New York City Republican mayoral candidate. His fortunate is estimated at $3.1billion.



    Their lavish 2011 marriage at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel included many of New York's biggest political heavy hitters




    Taking china by storm: The couple toured Beijing last year to retrace the steps of Cox Nixon's grandfather during his famous 1972 visit to China



    Nixon Cox is the only son of Richard Nixon's daughter Tricia Nixon and Edward Cox, the longtime New York Republican State Committee.

    Nixon Cox met Catsimatidis at her exclusive all-girls New York high school when he was campaigning for John McCain in 2008. She was just 17 at the time.


    Catsimatidis, seen here with her father John in 2003, was just 17 when she met her future ex-husband when he made a campaign stop at her high school in 2008




    Nixon Cox is 11 years older than Catsimatidis, now 24.
    After their courtship, Catsimatidis became the talk of the Long Island social scene when she starting showing up to Nixon Cox's staid political gatherings wearing skin-tight skirts and bosom-bearing tops.
    Last year, the couple traveled to Beijing to retrace Richard Nixon's seminal 1972 trip to China.
    The couple have not commented on the split or what may have caused it.
    They were we last pictured on a romantic European vacation together in July shortly after Catsimatidis celebrated her 24th birthday.




    His parents are Tricia Nixon, daughter of Richard Nixon, and Edward Cox, a longtime New York state Republican party chairman



    Andrea Catsimatidis files for divorce from Richard Nixon's grandson Christopher | Daily Mail Online

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    She's 24?! Fuck off!
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    Quote Originally Posted by levitt View Post
    She's 24?! Fuck off!
    In Courtney Stodden years.
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    Jeezus - what a mismatch. The Geek and the HoBag.
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    Poor thing looks like her father.
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    I didn't think she was that bad looking until the Beijing photo where she's smiling full on into the camera. She should avoid such shots in the future. Woof.
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    So... Anyone else feeling suddenly younger looking now?
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    It's sad looking at the Photo of Andrea when she was 17. .. What on earth happened in her mind, to make her turn into the plastic creature she is now?

    Also Pic #2, Wouldn't surprise me at all if Billy boy Clinton was dry humping her here.. and trying to slip his phone or room # to her.

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    I remember when these two got married- and I think Andrea go full-hoe to distract from that face.

    the NYT Vows announcement discusses the meet cute if anyone cares- (sorry it's long long)

    Andrea Catsimatidis and Christopher Cox
    RICHARD NIXON could never have scripted it — that it would take a Democrat to help his avowedly Republican oldest grandson fall head over heels in love. Yet that is what fate had in store in April 2008 for Christopher Nixon Cox, then 29 and working for Senator John McCain’s presidential campaign.


    Mr. Cox appeared on a debating panel at the Hewitt School on the Upper East Side, arguing the Republican position against Representative Carolyn B. Maloney, the New York Democrat. Later, Ms. Maloney had a Hewitt senior that she knew, Andrea Catsimatidis, ushered to the stage.


    Ms. Maloney and Mr. Cox were chatting when Ms. Catsimatidis arrived, so Ms. Maloney introduced them. “Chris went on talking to Andrea,” Ms. Maloney recalled. “And he hasn’t stopped.”


    Mr. Cox found Ms. Catsimatidis poised and engaging. “She was the only person I remembered meeting that day,” he said. Ms. Catsimatidis, who at the time was five days shy of her 18th birthday, found herself taken by Mr. Cox’s political convictions, as well as his boyish looks.


    “All the girls were cutting me in line,” remembered Ms. Catsimatidis, now 21. “They all wanted to meet the cute McCain guy.”


    Both come from families steeped in politics. Mr. Cox, now 32, is the only child of Tricia Nixon Cox and Edward F. Cox. His father, a member of an old New York family, is a lawyer and the chairman of the New York Republican State Committee. His aunt, Julie Nixon Eisenhower, is married to David D. Eisenhower II, a grandson of President Dwight D. Eisenhower.


    As a child, Christopher Cox would go to sleep listening to tapes of President Nixon reading books. A family story has it that when Christopher was 3 or 4, he was sitting at the dinner table when someone asked for the salt. “I said, ‘Be careful with the salt, it’s important for world peace,’ ” Mr. Cox said. “I had no idea that it was the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks.”


    Ms. Catsimatidis grew up with senators, governors and presidential hopefuls spending long hours in her family’s living room. Her father, John A. Catsimatidis, who owns the Gristedes supermarket chain, among other holdings, is a prominent political fund-raiser and donor, and has flirted with running for office himself. He regularly brought luminaries from both sides of the political aisle — the Clintons, Rudolph W. Giuliani, John Kerry, Evan Bayh — to his family’s Fifth Avenue home.


    Yet Ms. Catsimatidis had never met Mr. Cox, an owner of OC Global Partners, a consulting firm that raises money for investment funds, even though he lived seven blocks away in a co-op overlooking the Frick. Her father, she added, was quite strict (“one of those overprotective Greek fathers,” she says) and would insist, among other things, that she come straight home after school.


    “If I was not in the house at 3:20,” she said, “he would threaten to call Ray Kelly,” the New York police commissioner.


    Throughout the summer of 2008, Ms. Catsimatidis and Mr. Cox kept seeing each other at political events. “We’d have these great conversations,” Mr. Cox said. “We think about a lot of things the same way.”


    The more she saw him, the more she, too, became impressed. And as she did, their 11-year age difference seemed to melt away. But she did not always see him as a potential boyfriend. “I was always drawn to him,” she said. “But it didn’t cross my mind until a whole bunch of my friends said, ‘You should date him.’ ”


    That October, shortly after Ms. Catsimatidis started at New York University, Mr. Cox asked her out to lunch — to thank her, he said, for donating to the McCain campaign.


    They met at Blue Ribbon Bakery in the West Village, and Mr. Cox suggested they share bread pudding. “That’s when I knew it was a date,” Ms. Catsimatidis said. “I was so happy because I had such a crush on him.”


    For their second date, Mr. Cox took Ms. Catsimatidis to the presidential debate at Hofstra University on Long Island. By then, she said, she had come to recognize how well their backgrounds, values and beliefs meshed. “It made it so much easier,” she said. “If politics are so important in both of our lives, we have to agree.”


    After another date a few days later, Mr. Cox walked Ms. Catsimatidis back to her dorm and leaned in for a kiss. Their lips brushed. An awkward parting followed. She sent him an apologetic e-mail the next day, explaining that she had not known how to act. “I had never kissed anyone before,” she said.


    At the end of October, Mr. Cox asked Ms. Catsimatidis if she would be his girlfriend. Fortunately, her father had relaxed his no-dating stance. He also grew to really like Mr. Cox.


    “He wouldn’t have given me up to anyone else,” Ms. Catsimatidis, who will be taking his last name and keeping her own, said. Mr. Cox had dated other women, but felt a deep connection with Ms. Catsimatidis.


    Mr. Cox’s mother said she knew the couple was getting serious when they began suggesting that she watch “My Big Fat Greek Wedding.”


    “We knew from the beginning we wanted to marry each other,” Mr. Cox said. “We believe in love at first sight.”


    He proposed in April 2010, after dinner at Le Cirque. He suggested a walk, and directed her to Hewitt, where they had met. The proposal, with him on one knee, was caught on the school’s security camera.


    Last year, Mr. Cox ran for a congressional seat on Long Island and lost a bitter primary battle, but the couple said the experience drew them even closer. Ms. Catsimatidis was Mr. Cox’s constant companion, and baked cookies and made lemonade for his political appearances.


    This spring, they eschewed bachelor and bachelorette parties because they did not want to spend the time apart, and instead flew in May with six close friends to the Bahamas for a three-day weekend.


    On June 4, they were married at the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Holy Trinity on the East Side, before a church packed with family members and political powerhouses (Hillary Rodham Clinton and Mr. Kelly sat on the bride’s side, and former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and Mr. Giuliani on the bridegroom’s) and a tittering clutch of Ms. Catsimatidis’s high school friends. “Can we talk about the fact that this is actually happening?” one of the young women, round-eyed, said to a friend.


    A reception for 700 guests was held at the Waldorf-Astoria, which was decorated with images of doves, including an outsize pair covered in orchids and crystals in the greeting hall. Guests danced to a 24-piece orchestra that played pop tunes and classic rock and a traditional Greek song that had guests looping their hands together and diving under one another’s arms.


    “I’m so happy,” said Ms. Catsimatidis, in a dress by the Lebanese designer Reem Acra. As she spoke, George E. Pataki, New York’s former governor, grooved behind her on the dance floor, pumping his arms to the orchestra’s rendition of AC/DC’s “You Shook Me All Night Long.”

    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/06/19/fa...pagewanted=all

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    She really fucked herself up. She looks horrible.
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    ^^^ agree. and when you contrast tricia nixon's wedding shot to this chick's? *shudders*

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    It's unknown what caused the break up, which began with a lavish 2011 ceremony
    That's quite a long break up.
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    Yeah, so what happened already?
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    Based on these photos, I'm guessing her beasts decided they had to break totally free.

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    yeah, her huge implants, the hair and the way she dresses is an attempt to distract from her face. i'm seconding whoever said WOOF!!
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