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” But lest the rest of the country miss out, David Letterman made the affair a national joke.

“Mayor Giuliani’s wife has banned his girlfriend from their home,” the Late Show host quipped on May 9. ’ ” Columnists took sides, with the The New York Times’ Maureen Dowd urging Hanover to leave (“It’s time for her to say ‘Good night, Gracie Mansion’ “). Then you get out.” And the News’ Pete Hamill suggested that both should vacate the premises.

What’s more, Felder says, Hanover refused her ex’s request to switch rooms (his is barely big enough for a bed) and regularly woke him at 5 a.m. Most intimate of all is team Giuliani’s startling revelation—supported by doctors—that hormone treatments, including the drug lupron, and radiation have left the mayor impotent (temporarily, he hopes) and so lacking in testosterone that he and Nathan cannot enjoy their relationship to the fullest.

All this should be enough to make the most hardened subway straphanger scream, “Enough already!

Mother’s Day dawned bright and sunny in Manhattan, and Donna Hanover had plans.

First up, breakfast in bed: an egg-white omelette and a fruit salad of strawberries, cantaloupe and pineapple delivered by Caroline, 11, Hanover’s daughter with her estranged husband, New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani.

At the same time he addressed his relationship with Nathan, the managing director of , a company that provides business services to charities.

Diagnosed with prostate cancer days earlier and facing Hillary Clinton in his all-but-announced bid for the Senate, Giuliani said of Nathan: “I’m going to need her now more than maybe I did before.” A registered nurse who grew up in Hazleton, Pa., Nathan had moved to New York City from California with her daughter Whitney, 16, after a bitter divorce from millionaire businessman Bruce Nathan, 51, in 1992.Editor’s note: Rudy Giuliani confirmed his split from third wife Judith to the New York Post on Wednesday.Now, take a look back at the fraught early days of their relationship, when the then-New York City mayor was still married to his second wife, Donna Hanover, in this 2001 PEOPLE cover story.Their April 1984 wedding was the second for both but seemed blessed.“It was a nice, generally easy relationship,” Hanover’s friend Reese Schonfeld told PEOPLE last year.Not surprisingly, the latest showdown involves that most cherished New York City commodity: real estate.

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