Anderson Cooper reflects on love, loss and his relationship with mom Gloria Vanderbilt
Gloria Vanderbilt, 92, has spent virtually an entire life in the spotlight.
Dubbed "poor little rich girl" by the media at the age of nine, she was the subject of a vicious custody battle between her mother and other relatives at the height of the Great Depression.
I find it reassuring knowing the rainbow comes and goes. It helps me accept the way things often are.- Gloria Vanderbilt, co-author of The Rainbow Comes And Goes
And Gloria Vanderbilt's life never stopped being interesting.
Gloria Vanderbilt has had quite the love life. She says instead of counting sheep, she counted lovers.
And now, mother and son have collaborated on the book, The Rainbow Comes And Goes: A Mother and Son Talk About Life, Love and Loss.
Gloria Vanderbilt opens up to her son Anderson Cooper: CNN
This segment was produced by The Current's Howard Goldenthal.