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Today, Silda Wall Spitzer sticks to the financial pages of newspapers—and novels, a first love for someone who double-majored in English and history as an undergraduate.
He calls her “babe” when he comes home from work and turns to her for opinions on his most recent article for , where he's been writing a column about the financial crisis over the last few months.
Click here to read more in the New York Daily News Click here to read more in the New York Post "Eliot and I both grew up with parents who worked together as a strong team," Silda said in an interview last year with The Times Union of Albany.
"That's the only way I know how to go about it, to be as supportive as I can be for him.
You know you're in her inner circle when she sends you a novel she thinks you might like.
Silda Wall Spitzer understands there are people who want either to condemn or to lionize her for how she handled her husband's troubles, but she also knows those are distortions of a more subtle and complicated truth. “It was a perfect moment,” says her friend Sherrie Rollins Westin, executive vice president and chief marketing officer of Sesame Workshop, who happened to be attending.
If you knew how Silda normally looks—bright-eyed, pretty, hopeful—and compared that image with the ashen-faced woman standing behind her husband as the scandal broke, you wouldn't have a doubt either. A year later, paparazzi still sometimes follow her around, and publications from still pepper her with interview requests, but Silda Wall Spitzer has moved on.