Posted by: coastcontact | July 1, 2012

Marrying Attractive Young Women

Men who are old but famous and rich can marry anyone they want.

Hilaria Thomas

Hilaria Thomas

The latest is Alec Baldwin.  He is 54 and his new bride is his attractive 28 year old yoga instructor, Hilaria Thomas.

He is not the first star to marry someone half his age or close to that number.  Consider Michael Douglas, age 68.  His wife is Catherine Zeta-Jones, age 42.

This desire to marry attractive younger women is not only those in the entertainment community.  Consider Alan Greenspan born in 1926.  His lovely wife is Andrea Mitchell (American television journalist, anchor, reporter, commentator, for NBC News) born in 1946.

From futurescopes.com

Australian media mogul Rupert Murdoch, born 1931, split from his wife Anna after a marriage of 32 years and three children  together.  Barely seventeen days after his divorce, Murdoch tied the knot with the Chinese-born Wendy Deng, born 1968, who had been newly appointed as the Vice President of Murdoch’s Star TV network and is almost 38 years his junior.

Greek shipping magnate, Aristotle Onassis married Jacqueline Kennedy, widow of U.S. President John F. Kennedy, on October 20, 1968. This was a second marriage for both and at the time Onassis was almost sixty while Jacqueline was thirty-nine.

My thing is attractive young red-heads.  However, limited funds and loving my wife limits my options. My wife knows this but she will be dark brown until the day she dies.  It’s worth her visit to the hair dresser every six weeks.

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