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Coming up this evening at 9, Piers Morgan welcomes journalistic icon and television legend Barbara Walters, as the 84-year-old co-host of "The View" joins the program for a primetime interview.
A veteran of more than 50 years, with three Emmy Awards on her mantel, Walters admits that she has done some off-screen second guessing:
"I regret not having more children. I would have loved to have had a bigger family," says the mother of one, an adopted daughter, Jacqueline. "I have one daughter. I don't have brothers and sisters. I had a sister that I loved and she was developmentally challenged, I guess, is how they put it."
With her annual "Barbara Walters' 10 Most Fascinating People" list to be revealed as part of a television special Wednesday evening, the interviewing queen continues to prove a polarizing media force, even as she looks ahead to her forthcoming retirement.
"In terms of my career, [it has been] beyond anything I expected. And I don't know exactly what it's going to be like when I stop working," she admits during this evening's "Piers Morgan Live" interview. "I hope you'll ask me back, even when nobody else does."
Watch the clip as Morgan promises to always invite Walters back as his guest, and for the full interview, watch CNN tonight at 9.
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