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Brinkley Talks Environment After Divorce Court

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Christy Brinkley. Barcello for NEWSChristie Brinkley and her soon to be ex-husband Peter Cook were in divorce court yesterday really battling it out. Brinkley, who is looking incredible, will turn 53 years old in a week and a half.

The couple was advised by the judge to be civil, as both sides began bickering on details. For instance, one of Brinkley’s demands is that Cook will not make the children fly commercial during a level-red terror alert. His lawyer said, “Mr. Cook is chagrined that he is being told he should not take his children on a commercial plane when there is a red alert.” Cook doesn’t want his kids flying at all during a level-red alert, private or commercial. “I don’t have a problem with a private jet,” the judge said. “It’s a whole different security issue.”

As she was leaving the hearing, Brinkley refused to talk about Cook, instead covering a very Ecorazzi friendly topic. “The environment is the greatest threat to our children,” she said, flashing a leather bracelet that read: “Stop Global Warming.”

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