There’s no doubt that women are naturally draw to men with money, especially when they’re smart, mature, and really know what it takes to make a relationship work. That’s why so many younger women are dating older men these days. It’s just an added bonus if the older man also happens to be a world-famous celebrity. It was recently revealed that the richest celebrity in hip hop is Sean “P. Diddy” Combs, with an estimated fortune of $700 million.
The ongoing dispute between Casey Kasem’s kids and his younger wife (who’s their stepmother), Jean Kasem, has gone from a family feud to a full-blown war. Casey Kasem, 82, suffers from advanced Parkinson’s disease, and his kids are claiming that his younger wife, who’s been married to the radio icon for 34 years now, is keeping him locked away from family and friends as he inches closer to his death.
Princess Charlene, 36, has said in the past—on more than one occasion—that she’s ready to have kids with her much older husband, 56-year-old Prince Albert of Monaco. Her wish has now been granted, because the royal couple is officially expecting their first child. The palace of Monaco released an official statement confirming the celebrity couple’s pregnancy news, adding that the baby is expected to arrive at the end of 2014.
There’s never a shortage of drama in celebrity May-December relationships, especially when there’s an affair involved. Director Rupert Sanders, 43, will probably never be able to live down his now infamous May-December romance with 24-year-old actress Kristen Stewart, who was supposed to be in a committed relationship with her Twilight co-star Robert Pattinson at the time.
Gone are the days when 5-star hotels represented the utmost luxury one could go for. Now you can spend your holidays like a king without having a shred a royal blood going through your veins. Personal butlers, extravagant architecture, cool interior design, top of the world views and even underwater accommodation are now becoming a common thing for some hotels. If you are wondering where you can experience this kind of luxury, here are some of the recommendations made by the most exclusivist MillionaireMatch members:
Father’s Day brings up a lot of old memories which have been shared between you and your dad. The day commemorates fatherhood and male parenting. While the day is celebrated on several dates across the world, most countries celebrate the day on the third Sunday of June. Father’s Day flashes all the times when your dad taught you how to walk for the first time, how to hold a cricket bat, the first birthday he organized for you, the last time you had a meal together and so on. The day brings you closer to your father making him feel that he has been the most special person of your life.
It’s a term that can be associated with many wonderful concepts, including opulence, expense, extravagance, and desirability. Although the word may be used to define something that we do not necessarily need in order to survive, luxury is something that we all crave in certain areas of our lives, allowing us the possibility to indulge in the pleasure of affluence and beauty. Dressing ourselves in luxurious fashion can be a great way of boosting our confidence, with designer shoes that leave us walking on sunshine and dresses that have us feeling like a million dollars.
Whether you're a stiletto stroller who rarely leaves the city streets or a bona fide back-packin' bitch to be reckoned with, we've rounded up some insider tips on keeping your lady-bits in pristine condition when out in the wilderness! 1. Peeing Alfresco In short? Spread your legs and work those glutes! My back-packing aficionado (and best pal!) Lauren Lasch recommends getting as close to the ground as possible. Do your best to avoid vegetation—especially something that has three leaves in a cluster.
In the wake of the misogynistic fury that erupted from the mouth of the Santa Barbara shooter, 22-year-old Elliot Rodger, we felt compelled to speak up. As women, we've learned to accept certain truths in our lives, including this: we will be sexually objectified, sometimes frequently, and it will hurt every time.
A teen girl who's accused her high school of slut-shaming because it sent her home over too-short jorts has caused a firestorm of opinion. Is it wrong for school officials to tell young women what they're wearing is too sexy? Are more filled-out girls destined to face the brunt of such punishments? Or is regulating dress code just good common sense?