Wanda Rogers, the widow of country music icon Kenny Rogers, has rediscovered love.
Wanda Rogers revealed that the “Gambler” singer once counseled her to find love again after he passes away when she spoke out about her personal life.
He announced, “I’m not going to stay here forever.” I want you to be happy, Wanda Rogers, 56, reportedly stated to People. Your youth remains. Even when I’m gone, I want your life to still be rich. Of course, I said, “What?” I have no desire to talk about that.
At the age of 81, Kenny Rogers died peacefully at home in March 2020.
Justin and Jordan, the couple’s twin children, graduated from high school last month, and Wanda Rogers claimed that her late husband wanted them to know that it’s normal to move on after loved ones pass away. She will eventually experience happiness again, he also wanted her to know.
One of the most crucial things is to demonstrate to the guys that life continues on. It does, she added, “and I’m dating this very wonderful person. Kenny tried his hardest to make me happy because he wanted me to continue. It takes a really strong man to be able to say those things and really mean them. That, in my opinion, just serves to illustrate the kind of man he was.
Wanda Rogers and the “Lady” singer met when Wanda Rogers took a blind date to the Atlanta restaurant where Wanda Rogers worked as a hostess in 1993. They tied the knot in 1997.
Wanda Rogers claims that she met her present partner through a friend of her late husband who had formerly dated her sister.
She asserted that she admires Kenny Rogers for many of the same qualities in her present spouse, including his “leadership and his positive energy.”