Maria's not talking.
Unlike ex-husband Arnold Schwarzenegger, who was happy to sit down with "60 Minutes" and talk about his tell-all memoir, "Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story," Maria Shriver hasn't spoken publicly about the end of her marriage.
And she apparently isn't going to anytime soon, despite offers from everyone from her old friend Oprah Winfrey to her old network bosses at NBC, according to the Huffington Post.
"We'll have no comment," said Matthew DiGirolamo, communications director for Maria Shriver. That means no comment on Schwarzenegger's new memoir, in which he covers everything from his affair with the couple's former housekeeper that produced a now-teenage son, to his tryst with former "Red Sonia" co-star Brigitte Nielsen while he was dating Shriver.
"This must be a very painful time for her," a former NBC colleague of Shriver's told Huffington Post. "Maria is a very private person who doesn't enjoy seeing her personal life on television or in magazines. She has been offered every opportunity to tell her side of the story and it doesn't surprise any of us that really know her, that she has declined all of them."
Schwarzenegger, who told "60 Minutes" that Shriver had not read the book, continued to promote his book Monday on "CBS This Morning."