Katherine Schwarzenegger Tweet - It was the tweet that many people read before Arnold Schwarzenegger’s daughter, Katherine, deleted it 24 hours later. If her page on Twitter are any indication, she isn’t ready to forgive yet.
“Sometimes we forgive people cause we want them back in our lives,” read the message that Katherine grabbed from another Twitter user and posted to her own account over the weekend.
On Monday, the post was deleted.
“As my healing begins after this crazy week I ask for privacy!” she later tweeted. “This is only the business of my family and please respect that!”
Katherine, 21, shared an especially close relationship with her dad that she detailed in a Father’s Day blog posting last year.
“When I was younger and he was away on movie sets so much of the time, I didn’t feel close to him,” she wrote. “Since my father became governor, though, we’ve grown much closer, and it’s not just because he’s home more.
“Watching my father, talking to him these past seven years has brought me closer to him and has provided me with many bonding and learning opportunities,” the author, activist and student wrote. “Daddy, I love you.”
Katherine and Shriver, 55, were photographed walking on the beach in Malibu this weekend while Schwarzenegger was snapped driving his Bentley alone in Santa Monica.
On Tuesday he admitted he fathered a love child with a household staffer and said he was “truly sorry.”
Buxom baby mama Mildred Baena, the family’s housekeeper for 20 years, has been in hiding with the boy she delivered just one week after Shriver gave birth to her youngest son Christopher in 1997.
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