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November 30, 2019

Whoopi Goldberg from 'The View' Shares Sneak Peek of Her Travels to Italy

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"The View" co-host, Whoopi Goldberg, gives fans a sneak peek of her trip to Italy as she posts updates on her Instagram story. 

The 64-year-old comedian took to her Instagram story to share cute pictures of her time in Italy. The actress famous for her signature locks first shared a photo of herself on the plane to Italy.

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She didn't stop there as she shared pictures of buildings and art on the streets of Italy. In one of the uploaded snaps, Goldberg, in her signature glasses, is seen in front of a flower shop, hands in pockets, wearing a knee-length jacket over a shirt and jeans.

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In another photo, the actress is seen wearing a big smile with a group of schoolboys who are happy to see her. The bubbly actress also shared a photo, tagging the hotel that accommodated her in Bologna, Italy.

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Goldberg became famous when she featured on Steven Spielberg's drama film, "The Color Purple" which earned her a nomination in the Academy Awards.

Although Goldberg cares about family, the actress has not found luck in the romantic front as she has walked down that route thrice. Whoopi was married first to Alvin Martin, with whom she shares her only child, Alexandra Martin.

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The actress married again, seven years after her first marriage ended to cinematographer David Claessen. In 1994, the actress walked down the aisle for the last time with actor Lyle Tatchenberg; the marriage ended barely a year after.

"The View" co-host in an interview with NYT stated that she has no plans to marry again, referring to herself as the "round hole" and marriage as the "square peg." The Oscar-winning actress further admitted that she never loved any of her husbands in a 2011 interview with Piers Morgan.

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Whoopi Goldberg scores significant points on the family front as she is an indulgent grandmother and great-grandmother. Last year, the comedian, nicknamed "Oopi" by her granddaughter, wore a vampire costume for Halloween to please her great-granddaughter. 

The award-winning actress is set to make a return as Deloris Van Carter in the "Sister Act The Musical" next year, in London.

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