Television personality Kathie Lee Gifford looked prepared against the elements as she posted an update on the progress of her joint project with Billy Gaines.
Sharing a glimpse into her life, Kathie Lee Gifford updated fans from chilly Utah as the "journey" continues. With Billy Gaines in the director's seat, the television personality felt grateful that they can continue production on "The Way" again.
Gaines will inspire as he has audiences worldwide for over four decades with his gospel music. He worked with the 67-year-old TV personality before playing the part of Moses in Gifford's "God Of The How And When."
Kathie Lee Gifford attends the 28th Annual Movieguide Awards Gala on January 24, 2020, in Los Angeles, California. | Source: Getty Images.
SHE'S BEEN DATING
Alongside a picture of them bracing the cold weather conditions in Utah, Gifford shared her appreciation at being able to get back to doing the things she felt passionate about and wrote:
"THE WAY continues it’s journey. Directing @billygaines1, aka MOSES, in gorgeous Antelope Lake, Utah."
However, over the past year, Gifford has also paid attention to her love life as she's been single for the last five years after her husband, Frank Gifford, passed away. Even though she's dated around "four different gentlemen," Gifford is yet to come across the one to sweep her off her feet.
GIFFORD IS NOT AGAINST ANOTHER MARRIAGE
Open to finding love again, Gifford feels blessed that she already experienced love the way she had with Frank and their children. The pair spent almost three decades of married life together and welcomed two children, a daughter Cassidy, 27, and Cody, 30, to the world.
If she does walk down the aisle again, Gifford previously joked that it would be in the gown she wore from her wedding to Frank in 1986 because it made her feel so good, as she humorously said last year:
“I’ve saved it because I’m getting married in it again. I just felt very beautiful, in love, and hopeful in that dress.”
THE SILVER LINING
This year saw both Gifford's children tie the knot, and because of the social distancing regulations due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, their weddings ended up being "exactly" what the day is supposed to be about.
Eighteen people attended Cassie's wedding on a massive farm in Michigan, while Cody married his longtime love in Gifford's backyard over Labor Day Weekend in front of 19 people.
Because of the intimately small ceremonies, the day ended up being about two people that start the rest of their lives together and not the cake or the dress or the decor. An experience they would have missed out on have they had the large weddings they initially wanted.
However, Kathie Lee Gifford can also add the accomplishment of being the author of a published children's book onto her long list of skills and talents in the entertainment industry.
Proud of her new book titled "Hello Little Dreamer" released earlier this month, the television personality, author, and mom said that she hopes the book helps youngsters find the inspiration to follow their dreams one day.