He said, of his wife.
This morning's "Today Show" did a surprisingly sweet and thoughtful piece on Paul and his wife of some-50 years, Joanne Woodward. I won't bore you with their real-life love story that I already know way too much about; but here's the piece if there's any interest.
(As an aside, it was a pretty bleak morning for lady Grice. A thought occured, though.
Occupational hazard of working from home alone, aside from sense of loneliness and isolation: Having no fear of judgment if you find yourself standing in front of the stove making mac & cheese at 9 a.m. Not for later, but for right then. But it’s so cheap and there’s so much left! When I die of gout, those were my final words.)