Kaitlyn hasn't announced what she's doing yet, has she?
W/P must be separated then. I think Andrew is in Canada?
Ok, first of all, this does not tell anyone anything about a "split" and IDK why anyone would go there as first choice. They were supposed to skate in SOI and it got cancelled. At the time of all the shutdowns due to COVID19 Andrew (who's Canadian only IIRC) was in Canada at the time modeling, etc, while Kaitlyn who has dual citizenship was in NYC/NJ where they've trained and where she was coaching etc. They couldn't travel to each other across the border and are basically stuck where they are for now.
One can do their schooling while a pro athlete simultaneously.
This doesn't indicate anything about their professional partnership nor so-called personal business.
I think you've misunderstood. By separation I literally meant not being together at this time. I then confirmed that with the post from Andrew in Toronto.
We'll have to see what Andrew chooses to do as he pursues his masters degree. We'll hear about whatever they decide to do later this year anyways.
It was extremely long (about 4 hours maybe) but very well done.
Kaitlyn was on almost the entire time (they had one or two prepared videos to give her a break, but that was it). She talked to each of the skaters/guests. Sometimes it was one at a time, sometimes in twos or larger groups. They did a few silly games (like the newlywed game with Tanith/Charlie vs Meryl/Fedor), but mostly they just talked. It was very well planned. Often a guest would introduce the next guest or they would overlap with the next one.
Jordan did an excellent job of queing up the next guest, getting rid of the person who was leaving, and moving the screen around among the "active" people. There were a few technical glitches, like Carolina Kostner's video was terrible, probably due to a slow internet connection. A few guests forgot to use earphones so got audio feedback, but Jordan even handled that well by selective muting.
Their fundraising goal was $15,000 and they raised over $30,000.
If you don't watch anything else, find the video made up clips from On Ice Perspectives. They showed it at the beginning and again at the end.
Sara Hurtado almost made me cry, and then Michael Marinaro sealed the deal. Chris Dean made me laugh.
Patrick couldn't be "there" for some reason, so they showed an On Ice Perspective video of him skating to Eric's music from the Thank You Canada Tour. It was really good.