Ali Wentworth, After Leaving Her Kid Off At College, Claims That Such Times Are “Brutal On The Parents”

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Ali Wentworth has a brand-new parenting challenge.

After dropping off their daughter Harper Andrea, 18, at college, the comedian and her spouse, George Stephanopoulos, shared a sentimental Instagram photo on Monday. “Everyone has been saying that she is prepared to launch,” However, she said that she wasn’t prepared. “I don’t want to quit preparing vodka-sauced pasta, grabbing damp towels, or snuggling against her comforting aroma. The bed is too huge, and the frying vessel is too vast, as Joni Mitchell famously penned. Our child will prosper, I’m confident. But the parents take a beating, dude.”

Ali Wentworth, 58, quipped that she had been in charge of putting up “complex furniture” while the media star, 62, checked his emails in a BTS Instagram Story post. The couple also have a daughter together, Elliott Anastasia Stephanopoulos.

Friends Support Ali Wentworth As She Deals With Her Empty Nest

She said, “I gather necessary college materials while he reads emails. In another Story clip, she went on, “I collect trash, he reads emails.” Numerous encouraging remarks from Ali Wentworth’s famous pals were posted in the post’s comment area.

“I see you, sis,” Lara wrote. I have a huge knot in my throat and am at the airport. I’m reluctant to go. It will feel far too genuine. It would feel too quiet in the house. There won’t be any loud music. Her space will be tidy. I won’t go without my clothing. It is not at all to my liking. Time to spare! Julianna Margulies said. “You succeeded!” She further continued asking her to stay strong, and consistent, have a good cry, if needed, take a walk and eat good food and move on to another chapter of life, was the advice given by Maria Shriver.

While serving as a guest presenter on Live with Kelly and Ryan in 2021, Ali Wentworth also spoke up on another critical parenting experience