Prior to and during his term as governor, Schwarzenegger was involved with the Special Olympics, an organization founded by Maria Shriver's mother, Eunice Kennedy Shriver. He was named Special Olympics International Weight Training Coach in 1979 and then a Global Ambassador. President George Bush appointed Schwarzenegger as Chair of the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports in 1990, which he served on until 1993. He also served as Chair of the California Governor's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports under Governor Pete Wilson.
In 2011, it came to light that Schwarzenegger had fathered a fifth child, Joseph, now a teenager, with the family's housekeeper. According to his memoir, when Shriver confronted him, he assured her, "I'm turned on by you today as much as I was on the first date." She filed for divorce. Except to note that he and Joseph are close, Schwarzenegger refuses to discuss this now. "I don't think about it," he says. "I move forward." He began dating a physical therapist, Heather Milligan, who helped him recover from a shoulder injury. Paps stalk them. "The advantages hopefully outweigh the disadvantages," he says. "She's driving a Bugatti 180 miles an hour in France, all that stuff. So I think she's not complaining!"