Karl vows to lift his game and grow up

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TO­DAY host

has vowed to grow up and be more re­spon­si­ble, in light of his mar­riage break­down.

Ste­fanovic split from his wife Septem­ber last year af­ter 21 years of mar­riage. They have three chil­dren.

“Yes I have been quiet, I have been ly­ing low,’’ Ste­fanovic said.

“There is a lot of stuff to sort out on a per­sonal level, so that is the main rea­son for that, but I love to ring the life out of the chamois.

“I am cer­tainly grow­ing up. I will not be get­ting p----d at the Lo­gies again. I will al­ways have a good time but I need to be more re­spon­si­ble.

“There was a time when I thought I could do any­thing. It never af­fected my abil­ity to be a fa­ther, but there were times when I thought you could do what­ever you want.

“But I don’t think that is now the case …. I don’t have to party all the time, I don’t have to go out drink­ing all the time, I don’t have to go to the Lo­gies and get p----d every time be­cause I can now en­joy other things in life. I think that is just a course of time.’’

The split, in­tense pa­parazzi in in­ter­est, and sub­se­quent ru­mours of who he may or may not be dat­ing rocked Ste­fanovic to the point where he ques­tioned con­tin­u­ing his role at To­day.

“At its worst, when the kids were be­ing papped, I thought, ‘You self­ish bas­tard, you have dragged ev­ery­one into this’,’’ he said.

“But al­ter­na­tively there are great things that come with this job, but it was so bad I just thought why would you want to do this.’’

De­spite spec­u­la­tion on pos­si­ble new girl­friends, Ste­fanovic said he was not dat­ing any­one.

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