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A prince over a Silver Fox any day

Post by Guest on Sun Jun 26 2011, 04:42

Tyla Peakes | 26 June, 2011 01:21

The world's most eligible bachelor is back on the market. Yes, George Clooney has dumped his girlfriend of two years and is footloose and fancy-free again. Just when it looked like all was lost for those hoping to capture his heart, the Silver Fox once again pulled back from the brink of marriage, this time to girlfriend Elisabetta Canalis. In a shock announcement this week, the pair said their relationship was over, calling it "very difficult and very personal".
You can't help but pity the 32-year-old Italian actress who so nearly netted him. He couldn't keep his hands off her in public. Holidays were spent together at his villa on Lake Como, she strutted the red carpet with him at premieres and she even got to meet his parents. So besotted was he, say friends, that he was known to send her up to 60 smses a day.

So, what happened? I'm afraid Miss Elisabetta lost the plot and mentioned the "M" word. There's no way she couldn't have know that Monsieur Clooney is a commitmentphobe of note. It's not that he even bothers to hide it. After a failed marriage to actress Talia Balsam in the early 1990s, he announced that he would never marry again.

In 1995 he told TV interviewer Barbara Walters that it would be "a cold day in Hell" before he trotted down the aisle again. And he reiterated that on the Piers Morgan show on CNN in January when he said he feared that he would be a lousy husband and he didn't want to put himself and his partner through the pain of finding out. That seems pretty clear cut to me.

But, oh no, only six months later, Canalis decided it was time to push the issue. In an interview with the Italian magazine, Chi, she said she was "a firm believer in marriage" and that she would be married in the future. Referring to Clooney's reputation as an eternal bachelor, she said: "I could never be with someone who every time he opens his mouth says he doesn't want a child with me or to marry me."

That couldn't have gone down too well with Clooney . Things reportedly came to a head during a fiery argument at his lakeside villa last week. He was angry about the interview and she accused him of not spending time with her. The upshot was that she stormed out and fled to Milan. End of row, end of romance.

So, where does it leave all the Clooney fans out there?

Happily, I am not one of them. At 50 and with that greying hair, he is a little too old for me.

I don't need Clooney. There are plenty of eligible bachelors out there. Leonardo DiCaprio is still unhitched (and he has a private island), Ryan Seacrest is well-connected (and one of my idols), and Jake Gyllenhaal is the sexiest thing on the silver screen. If I wanted a sportsman, I'd try to nab baseball star Alex Rodriguez - "A-Rod". I don't mind that he's slept with Madonna and Cameron Diaz, he's cute.

But, if the truth be told, I still dream of marrying a prince. If Charlene Wittstock can do it, why can't I? I know that Albert of Monaco and Prince William are taken, and that Chelsy Davy has all but snapped up Prince Harry, but there are plenty of other princes out there.

My favourite is Prince Andrea Casiraghi. The name may not mean anything, but this dashingly handsome 26-year-old is the son of Princess Caroline of Monaco and her late speedboat-racing husband, Stefano Casiraghi, who was heir to an Italian oil fortune. His granny, of course, was the Hollywood actress Grace Kelly.

And the prince is not just a pretty face. He studied international politics in Paris and taught children in Senegal, Togo and Niger in support of one of his mother's charities. He is completing graduate studies in New York City. I am sure I could interest him in another trip to Africa, this time to the southern tip, where I can hopefully teach him a thing or two.

The funny thing is that his future depends on whether our Charlene can provide an heir to the throne in Monaco. If Prince Albert dies without legitimate children, then my Andrea will be in line to move into the royal palace. With a little bit of luck, I'll be at his side. Sure beats being Mrs George Clooney, don't you think?

http://www.timeslive.co.za/sundaytimes/2011/06/26/a-prince-over-a-silver-fox-any-day


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Re: A prince over a Silver Fox any day

Post by Dexterdidit on Sun Jun 26 2011, 07:19

Actually Prince Harry is single again things have cooled once more with Chelsy. The british press are all speculating because his cousing Zara didn't give him a plus one for her wedding in a couple of weeks. They think she may have someone lined up for him. Anyone would be better then Chelsy that girl is one mess! Princes are good but there are rules I think you can have more fun with George.

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Re: A prince over a Silver Fox any day

Post by melbert on Sun Jun 26 2011, 14:53

I'd take George over any prince any day of the week and twice on Sunday (oh goody - today is Sunday, so I get him twice today!!!)

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Re: A prince over a Silver Fox any day

Post by lucy on Sun Jun 26 2011, 16:30

Harry seems to have more fun than Will, lucky 2nd in line. But I'd vote for George our own prince of fun!

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Re: A prince over a Silver Fox any day

Post by cindigirl on Sun Jun 26 2011, 16:32

Hi Melbert, it's nice to see you and your sense of humor back.

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Post by melbert on Sun Jun 26 2011, 16:55

Hi Cindi, nice to be back!

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Re: A prince over a Silver Fox any day

Post by lolo"layla" on Mon Jun 27 2011, 11:27

i'm happy u bring that article here but i don't know why i think i have feeling that would be many like this try to understate george reputation or statue if i can say i don't know the right expression u know what i mean like he is not a catch and comparing him with others prince and whatever and speaking he is old and elisabetta is better without him she is the winner they broke up she will find better BF ,that's BS .but i guess it's some thing elisabetta would do.
ma say that yeah william is a nice person but clooney is nicer .

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Re: A prince over a Silver Fox any day

Post by fluffy on Mon Jun 27 2011, 12:45

I'm with you Melbert, but your gonna have to share!! Men like Gee are hard to find, and I'd rather have him over some others in todays lime light. I would so love to out chocolate down Gee's pants!!.... Embarassed

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Post by Guest on Mon Jun 27 2011, 15:30

fluffy wrote:I'm with you Melbert, but your gonna have to share!! Men like Gee are hard to find, and I'd rather have him over some others in todays lime light. I would so love to out chocolate down Gee's pants!!.... Embarassed

Fluffy, I don’t understand what you said. Could you please explain? Maybe I’ve been out of the loop for too long!

I’d vote for George any day of the week. Not only is he gorgeous, he’s funny, talented and generous! “The complete "package" and Yeah Right, too!


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Re: A prince over a Silver Fox any day

Post by Katiedot on Mon Jun 27 2011, 16:45

I think she means put chocolate down George's underwear, but I'm not sure why.

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Re: A prince over a Silver Fox any day

Post by Dexterdidit on Tue Jun 28 2011, 01:34

Oooh that is not a good look!

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Re: A prince over a Silver Fox any day

Post by Guest on Tue Jun 28 2011, 02:07

FYI - I'm not that naive. I wanted to see what the answer would be. Sorry!
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The only way I guessed, if I'm right, is the chocolate comment in another thread. I really haven't heard it before now, but I think I know. So, what's that tell you about me? I don't know the entire lingo but I can get the gist.


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Re: A prince over a Silver Fox any day

Post by melbert on Tue Jun 28 2011, 02:57

I'm not a chocoholic, so chocolate in his pants is not what I would do... Let's see, now what WOULD I put in his pants?

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Re: A prince over a Silver Fox any day

Post by lucy on Tue Jun 28 2011, 03:15

Your hands Melbert, your hands!!!!!

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Re: A prince over a Silver Fox any day

Post by melbert on Tue Jun 28 2011, 03:35

10 points to Lucy!!!!! get it? 10 fingers - 10 points!! hardeeharharhar!!!!

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Re: A prince over a Silver Fox any day

Post by Dexterdidit on Tue Jun 28 2011, 06:32

Geezz he really needs to show up! Very funny girls......

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Re: A prince over a Silver Fox any day

Post by melbert on Wed Jun 29 2011, 03:01

Yes he does Dex!!!!

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