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“He got in touch with his true orientation,” she says matter-of-factly of her high school sweetheart. I feel like I still have a wife.” There’s just one hitch: Jacobson is gay-a fact he revealed to Drescher two years after their 21-year marriage ended in 1999.“It helps me to be reflective.” Figuring out their relationship has taken work.Jacobson confessed he might be bisexual some years into their marriage, but “he wanted to be together,” Drescher says, “and I didn’t want to punish him for being honest about his feelings.” And given their seemingly strong relationship (“We always thought we had a much better sex life than all of our friends,” she boasts), she ignored any potential red flags.(She is dating someone she declines to name; he is single.) They spend their days together on the set, where they’ve re-created the cozy Sherman Oaks, Calif., cottage they once called home.“We’re lucky we can revisit our old home and spend time together like in the good old days. Fran is a florist living in Los Angeles who must deal with dating after finding out her realtor husband of eighteen years is gay.Fran juggles her new relationships while still living under the same roof with her ex-husband.
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“Dressing me was a big thing; he was very into fashion,” she says of Jacobson’s fascination with her wardrobe choices.
“But everything could be looked at from a different perspective.