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Winfrey and Graham have been together since 1986, but largely keep their relationship out of the spotlight.The couple were engaged in 1992 but never wed, and Winfrey later told Access Hollywood she doesn't believe she'll ever marry.And the romantic affair made Oprah wonder if she and partner Stedman Graham should tie the knot.“I think that it’s interesting that you would ask it because I thought about it again at Tina Turner’s wedding,” Oprah revealed.Now Chevalier says it was Stedman who stole the talk show host from him, leaving him heartbroken.Speaking to Radar Online, the jilted lover revealed 'When I was dating Oprah, I know for a fact that Stedman was courting her.'He said that after he coincidentally appeared with him in some magazine advertisements, Stedman made a move on Oprah, his then-girlfriend.'I remember Stedman used to call, and I would answer the phone and she would tell me, 'I don't want to talk to him...I'm not here,' he told Radar Online.'I was p**sed and I told him she wasn't there.

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According to Oprah, her relationship with Stedman is so unusual it wouldn’t have fit within the confines of such a union.

Though criticized for unleashing a confession culture, promoting controversial self-help ideas, Her mother, Vernita Lee (born c. Winfrey's biological father is usually noted as Vernon Winfrey (born 1933), a coal miner turned barber turned city councilman who had been in the Armed Forces when she was born. A genetic test in 2006 determined that her matrilineal line originated among the Kpelle ethnic group, in the area that today is Liberia.

However, Mississippi farmer and World War II veteran Noah Robinson, Sr. Her genetic makeup was determined to be 89% Sub-Saharan African, 8% Native American, and 3% East Asian.

"I thought about it again at Tina Turner's wedding," she said in 2013.

"Because Tina was like, 'Oprah, you need to do this.