Peter Cook: Sorry

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If he had a do-over, Peter Cook would resist the temptatious of the teenage lover who ended his marriage and stay true to Christie Brinkley.

So the train wreck said in an interview FOX News Sunday, albeit looking rather apathetic about the whole thing. Gotta love Peter Cook.

"I'd say, 'No, I'm a married man. Move on,'" he told Geraldo Rivera, adding that he regrets "not making a better decision three years ago."

Asked if he was sorry for getting involved with Diana Bianchi, who was  18 at the time, he said, "Of course I am sorry. How could I not be?"

In 2006, the discovery of Peter Cook's scandalous, yearlong affair with Diana Bianchi ended his decade-long marriage to the supermodel.

Brinkley and Cook's divorce trial ended Thursday, after a week of testimony about his heavy use of Internet porn and various sexual exploits.

The out-of-court settlement granted Brinkley full custody of the couple's two children and all of her 18 properties in New York's Hamptons region.

Over the weekend, Peter Cook also told reporters he has no regrets about the marriage he sacrificed in favor of perpetual horniness.

"I'll never regret marrying her," he told the New York Post. "We had a great time for 10 years. I've got two beautiful children."

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