Vincent Cassel, 52, is expecting a child with his 21-year-old bride Tina Kunakey

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Before this year, I didn’t know that Vincent Cassel was dating a very young model. Cassel and Monica Bellucci split (and divorced) several years ago, and from what little I’ve heard about them post-divorce, there doesn’t seem to be a huge amount of drama. They have two daughters together, Deva (14) and Léonie (8). After Vincent and Monica split, he began dating a 19 or 20-year-old model named Tina Kunakey. They ended up marrying in a somewhat low-key ceremony in France back in August. At the time, he was 51 and she was 21. And now…she’s pregnant.

Vincent Cassel, 52, is ‘expecting his first child with wife Tina Kunakey, 21,’ four months on from their idyllic French wedding. The Black Swan actor and the model are preparing to welcome a new arrival in 2019 after tying the knot in south-west France in August following a two-year relationship, Just Jared reports.

The happy news has come to light after Tina debuted her baby bump when the couple were pictured in Orly, France, on Monday, ahead of the festive period.

[From The Daily Mail]

Quelle surprise. I’ve always found Cassel to be extremely attractive and sexy, so I can completely understand how a lady will end up pregnant around him. But I just look at this young woman and think, “Why are you tying yourself to a 51-year-old man right now?” And I look at Vincent and think “no fool like an old fool.” And now there’s a baby coming. Ugh.

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  1. Zee says:

    “Why are you tying yourself to a 51 year old man right now?” – 18 years of child support. She’s a gold digger and he wants a young piece of ass, it’s not that difficult. I have zero sympathy with either of them.

    • Valiantly Varnished says:

      Are we still using terms like gold digger in 2018?? PS Tina is a pretty successful model in Europe. She doesnt need his money.

      • horseandhound says:

        it may not be the case with them, but the fact that she’s a model says nothing. people with money often want more money.

      • Polly says:

        Tina is absolutely stunning, but to be fair a large part of her success probably comes from having a very famous partner and all the benefits that brings, and I doubt her bank balance is in any way comparable to his.

      • Truthful says:

        @valiantly varnished:

        No she is not. In France she started to have shootings (not even prestigious…) the moment people knew she was his girlfriend.
        And the very few covers she had… was “meet Vincent Cassel’s new girlfriend”

        She is very much a gold digger… I doubt she can even support herself with the very few and cheap gigs she has on her own.

        @polly: indeed. she was a unknown catalogue model at best and even now juts cheap brand hires her

      • isabelle says:

        Women 100% marry some men for money and to deny it, is to a bit narcissistic in thinking we as women have zero marriage “sin”. We have irrational (although marrying for money in the past makes a ton of sense) marriage ideology & marry for the wrong reasons right alongside men.

      • Valiantly Varnished says:

        @Truthful. Maybe our definition of success is different then. If you are a working model you are successful in my eyes. Just as a working actor is successful. Because both jobs are hard to sustain without other income. Being a catalog model isn’t a bad thing last time I checked. It’s steady paying work and some of the most famous models in the world started out doing catalog work.

      • Mabs A'Mabbin says:

        Wouldn’t gold digger be timeless? Obviously we’re not carrying around nuggets for transactions. What about bloodsucker or parasite? Concubine. Extortioner. Paramour! That one’s not so blatant lol. One thing is certain. She’s gorgeous. And they look happy in those pics, but she’s 21. We all remember that age and how much we grow into our adult selves late 20s early 30s. I don’t think she’ll be happy being anyone’s anything after she comes into her own. He probably knows it. And he probably doesn’t care. Right here, right now he’s married to a stunning 21yo. He’s a wanker just like my ex who married his girlfriend who’s several years younger than our son. Gag.

      • Truthful says:

        @valiantly varnished:
        “It’s steady paying work and some of the most famous models in the world started out doing catalog work.”

        It’s not a steady pay job, it’s a quite shitty pay and it’s not a successful way to start in Fashion, it”s more like a dead end.

        So now she is a “working model” … not a “successful model in Europe”…changing tune much?

        Oh and from her amount of gigs… she clearly cannot sustain…so she is more like a” vaguely working” model

        PS: Hello from Paris… where I do work in Fashion :)…

      • Valiantly Varnished says:

        @Truthful Hello from Paris…where you work in fashion.
        Sure you do. Lol.

      • Kareena says:

        I had never heard of her before and I read a lot of fashion and women’s magazines. I would have guessed she would be considered “too curvy” for high fashion or catalogue work. To me it seems to be a D-cup and a EU size 38-40. Though her face is beautiful she doesn’t have that edgy-artsy-angular face which is so liked in high fashion and for high end foto shoots. Perhaps she had a 2nd job to support herself in between her modeling jobs? She might be a golddigger or simply in awe of Cassel who is a major movie star. But Cassel does definitely know what he commits to by marriage. He should have given her more time to think things through. But I guess he knocked her up and decided it looked better if he married her?

        She is beautiful though. I hope Cassel treats her decently.

        Upon reading a 2nd time it seems like he knocked her up first and marriage after that.

      • Eliza says:

        She’s a gold digger and he’s a pathetic cliche. I’m sure there’s attraction and people have made relationships work with less.

      • Anna says:

        To be honest, I think marrying for money is still a huge thing for women worldwide. Women of every economic level do it, and when eight white men hold more wealth than the majority of the world combined, it is clear that despite “it’s 2018” we still live in a deeply stratified world as far as money. Girls are still sold to suitors in many countries to support their families. I think that Western upwardly mobile women in particular need to stop with the moralizing about this. It’s about survival. We all do things for survival, and maybe for some it is not as dire as for others, for some it may be having money but wanting more, one never knows the exact circumstances of a person’s life, especially not on a gossip site. I say, if the old men are willing to part with the money and the women are attracted to/don’t mind sleeping with them for it, go for it. Yes, I know it can be a horrible situation especially if he is an asshole (most of the time) and it turns into a long, drawn-out battle, but women have always had to take care of themselves so I say as long as she is making a choice herself, let her do what she wants to do, no moralizing.

      • BorderMollie says:

        While I don’t like the term gold digger, marrying for wealth and social status is definitely still very much a thing. I watched a PBS special the other day about the growing class stratification in the US, and one of the main points was that upper middle class and higher status is largely maintained by marrying someone in the same sphere of wealth. One of the main detriments to class mobility is marrying into the lower middle and working classes. It’s real and frankly a bit short sighted to say we shouldn’t discuss this stuff because of the year on the calendar.

      • Wisca says:

        She graduated from high school in 2015. 2015.

      • Lea says:

        Definitely not a successful model in Europe. Had never heard of her before she started dating him.
        He has charisma, he has fame, he has money… It’s probably a combination of all those things that helped erase the age difference.
        That being said, we must stop calling people gold diggers. I know plenty of people (and their partners are not necessarily older nor rich) who seek financial stability in a relationship. It may sound sad, but it’s the truth. But it’s never the main reason why they are in the relationship.

      • The Other Katherine says:

        Anna, 100%. To be a woman is to start from a position of diminished earning power relative to a man who is comparable to you in every other respect, and the picture gets worse if you reproduce. To pretend that it’s morally wrong for a woman to carefully consider the financial position of a possible spouse is its own form of sexist victim-blaming — acting like women have complete control of our earning potential and career opportunities, instead of acknowledging that we face structural sexism that impedes our financial success at every turn, is buying into a misogynist narrative. And women of color face the double whammy of sexism AND racism. If this relationship provides Kunakey with long-term financial stability, GOOD FOR HER.

        Any scorn I have here, I reserve for Cassel.

    • Jenns says:

      I don’t think 21 year olds have the emotional maturity to understand what they’re really getting into. I know people disagree with me, but I know how I was at that age and I certainly wasn’t ready to be a wife or a mother.

      And if they were both the same age, I would wish them the best. But, I think it’s really gross that a 52 year old thinks it’s just fine to marry and knock-up a 21 year old.

    • Snowflake says:

      Agree, another gold digger. No big deal, they’re both adults. He’s not attractive or sexy to me and i’m about to be 43. He looks like an old man, no way she’s marrying him for love at 21. Nothing wrong w saying the truth.

    • Meredith says:

      There was an episode of Judge Judy years ago where she was talking about an interview she saw with Melania (obviously years before they were in the White House) and the interviewer asked her if she would have married Donald if he didn’t have money and Melania replied (paraphrasing here), “Would Donald be with me if I weren’t a model?” And that always stuck with me. Everyone brings something to a relationship. Sometimes it’s money and business connections, sometimes it’s youth and beauty.

      • Eliza says:

        That’s a famous line from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes… “Don’t you know that a man being rich is like a girl being pretty, you might not marry a girl just because she’s pretty, but my God doesn’t it help….”

      • GreenTurtle says:

        Exactly. People always sneer at “gold diggers” but such relationships tend to be equally transactional on both sides.

    • Ama says:

      LoL. Then I guess it most be love and all the deep conversations, LOL even louder.

  2. xdanix says:

    Oh ewww. I’m sorry, I know they’re married and it’s all legal and everything, and yes she is over 21 (well, she IS 21) but ewwwww is all I’ve got. She’s just SO young, and he is SO MUCH OLDER than her. I look at her and see a girl a year younger than MY younger sister married to a man not that much younger than my dad. It’s creepy.

  3. Lightpurple says:

    This relationship seems to be aging him considerably. He looks a lot older than 52 in that picture.

    • wildflower says:

      He really does look way older than 52. I guess that’s what trying to keep up with someone thirty years younger than you does to you. Wait til the baby comes.

    • Tiffany says:

      Or….being next to someone so young finally shows your age.

    • ME says:

      Agree. He was so sexy in Eastern Promises and Black Swan but boy does it look like he’s aged. Plus he really DOES look like a fool. Sorry, bud, but you’ve lost me.

  4. minx says:

    I used to think he was sexy but now he looks far older than 52. Don’t know if it’s smoking or drinking or both.

    • Mabs A'Mabbin says:

      Both. And then some.

    • FredsMother says:

      Genetics. I know about 20 French/Continental men who were HOT AF and then hit their 50s looking like hobos. Eat more carbs to fill out the scrawniness and smoke and drink less, dear European men. Grown man having cigarette and a coffee for breakfast, young girl poon for lunch and salads for dinner don’t end well…

    • TQ says:

      @minx ‘I used to think he was sexy but now he looks far older than 52. Don’t know if it’s smoking or drinking or both.’

      This! Totally agree.

  5. Valiantly Varnished says:

    Okay…this is going to be controversial but…I follow both of them on Instagram (started out of curiosity) and…I like them together. I know, I know. She is far too young to be married to ANYONE IMO. But I love Vincent Cassel so I can totally see falling for him. As for him…yes it’s very cliche. BUT. He does seem to genuinely adore her and their relationship has a really loving and fun vibe to it. But I definitely don’t see it lasting. I’m not surprised she’s pregnant though.

    • Babs says:

      I like them too. They’re adults. I hope we will get to see the baby!

    • Truthful says:

      She is just 7 years older than his very young teenage daughter… how about putting things into perspective.

      I loathe them. Both are selfish and love isn’t really the word I would have chose to describe their “convenient arrangement”

      • Valiantly Varnished says:

        How about you not be patronizing in this comment thread? I’m 38. When I was 21 my father married a woman FIVE YEARS older than me. So I have quite a unique perspective. Thank you very much. As for loathing them? That’s far too much energy to give to two people you don’t even know. I can’t take the life choices of strangers personally.

        Edit: actually I take that back. Just did the math. I was 19. And she was five years older than me.

      • Truthful says:

        @Valiantly varnished: it’s not patronizing… it’s stating the naked true… sorry of if It hitted too close to home…

        “I can’t take the life choices of strangers personally.” Well considering your activity on this thread… you clearly do !

      • Patty says:

        I’m not married to either one of them; nor do I know either one of them personally or know the dynamics of their relationships. Would I have married a 51/52 year old at 21? No, but I’m not going put that much energy into loathing someone who does.

        I guess I’m a bit more pragmatic – their life has nothing to do with me. I may side eye it but that’s about as deep as my feelings go.

        And I agree that it’s time to stop shaming women for their choices, even if we don’t agree with them. In particular I’m sick of women being shamed for marrying men who are economically successful – and not every woman who does so is a gold digger. As far as I’m concerned referring to a woman as a gold digger is practically on par with calling a woman a slut because there is no male equivalent that has the same connotations; it’s just another example of the fact that women can never win. Don’t marry to young in life or too old; don’t marry anyone too young or too old. Don’t have kids at twenty – don’t have kids at 40. It’s ridiculous.

      • Kareena says:

        I don’t think she will be wiping his face or other of his body parts in 30 years when he will be 80 and she will be 50.
        I guess she will do baby and then try to get into acting with his contacts and his powers which might be enough for some small part in some small-budget easy-nice family movie.
        And then in 10-15 years they get divorced and he pays.

        I guess women his own age or closer to his celebrity status and acting league are “too demanding”.

        Nevertheless hope for the best.

      • Otaku fairy... says:

        Look, I definitely Wouldn’t, as he looks much older than my dad even though he’s only a year older than him. That white hair is birth control. With him being old enough to be her dad, some side-eying and snickering is understandable. But I also don’t think she should be portrayed as a victim when she’s not, or called immoral/selfish or whatever other faux -PC euphemisms some Ladies (and gents elsewhere) are going to call her either. Her body her choice. The truth is, we don’t know for sure ALL of the reasons why these two got together. And I think anyone who wants to float about being higher up on the hymenarchy than other women as if that makes them inherently better as a human being should remember just how they earned their child support payments and some of those dependent exemptions they get every February. ( . ) ( . ) <$$$$!

      • Rosalee says:

        I have a unique perspective as my dad was 45 when he married my 21 year-old mother. They were happy until he died at 64…she mourned his loss for 7 years and remarried a family friend who was two years older then her. They were unhappy and planning to divorce. They stayed together when she was diagnosed with stage four cancer. He convinced her that her four adult children were financially secure and he inherited the proceeds from the sale of our family home and her savings. He remarried within a year. Gold diggers are not gender specific.

    • isabelle says:

      He in the past has has dated & married very beautiful talented women. The dude no doubt has a lot of game and charm.

    • Carnivalbaby says:

      I’m with you @valiantlyvarnished. I like them together. The photos they did for Vanity Fair were stunning. They seem to be really into each other. All the best.

    • MC2 says:

      I totally agree with the sentiment that loathing, hating and judging a total stranger to this extent, that is not hurting anyone else, is too much. This thread help me pull it back. Side eye, sure….but getting mean, personal & putting people down to be “right” that these strangers are jerks when you have never met them is just too much. Everyone have a pleasant day, be kind to each other & enjoy fun gossip.

    • mildlynerdy says:

      I agree with your feeling even though I don’t follow them on Instagram. He’s led a rich and interesting life, and I think better of her for wanting that. Sure it’s obvious there will be classic problems eventually, but she’s going to have a fantastic few years with him and their baby will always be taken care of… Doesn’t seem like such a bad choice to me.

  6. OriginalLala says:

    There are big age differences then there is marrying someone old enough to be your older father when you are barely legal.

  7. Kittycat says:

    She is only a few years older than his daughter.

    But congrats! 2019 is the year of babies.

    • Xo says:

      Ugh. I know men think they gain social prestige for this stunt, but it’s gross. Can we help them see it’s gross?

  8. RBC says:

    Is he really only 52?

  9. Hmm says:

    She must need to be drunk to sleep with him. Yuck. He is so nasty and looks way older than 52.

    On the other hand I was curious to see how Monica B is doing these days and she is dating a very handsome French actor and she herself has aged wonderfully and she’s 54.

    • lallyvee says:

      Hope the baby looks like its mother.

    • isabelle says:

      She has aged a lot better than him. Shows it is myth that women don’t age as well as men. Monica is still one of the most beautiful women in film.

    • Zeldasaid says:

      Monica is still a stunning woman. Could be partly due to the fact she believes in pasta and carbs and doesn’t seem to starve herself. Cassel has the ciggie-alcohol-whatever-else-late-nighters-every-day look.

  10. Steff says:

    Didn’t he get with her when she was underage? I remember someone spilling the tea on them.

  11. Other Renee says:

    All I see is a midlife crisis and a woman with Daddy issues.

    • Becca says:

      This! It’s so obvious. Most younger women who date older men will even admit that they have daddy issues.

  12. Reggie says:

    *kanye shrug*

    Should not a beautiful young woman be compensated for giving her time and her body to an old broken down man? I mean, men have been doing this even when we were bartering and trading so….it is what it is.

  13. Nikki says:

    He looks much more like a baby’s grandpa than like a baby’s daddy. It just seems like such an ick to me. Who will their friends be: old folks who have nothing in common with his bride, or 20 somethings that speak and Twitter in slang he doesn’t get?

  14. Reggie says:

    Also, the man is 51, I’m guessing once it was determined they both wanted children they probably agreed sooner rather than later given his age so, I’m not suprised she is pregnant so soon.

  15. HeyThere! says:

    1. I have zero idea who either of these people are?
    2. I find that age gap gross. That’s a larger age gap than I have with my own father, who is 27 years older than me!! Gross!!!!
    3. They are both using each other. He’s banging a hot, barely legal model and she’s married to an older man who I assume has more money. Maybe she’s in it for the long game. If he’s 30 years older, he’s going to die wayyyyy before her. She could a full other life after him!! Morbid but true.

    • Zeldasaid says:

      Perhaps “using” is too harsh but definitely a two-way transaction. Both getting something out of it. And for her maybe it’s not just the financial security and notoriety as some young women love older men. He’s always been gross but a really good actor to me.

    • Starkiller says:

      “I have zero idea who these people are” There’s a world outside of the US, you know?

      “Barley legal” Age of consent in France is 15, so whilst I don’t disagree that the relationship is gross, she was long past “legal” when he took up with her.

  16. DS9 says:

    I thought I was so smart and in love and a whole bunch of other things when I was 21. So i’m not about to presume she’s just a gold digger. It’s more like she’s just 21 and really happy at having the attention of someone like Cassel.

    And Cassel is old enough and experienced enough and been in the industry long enough to avoid a gold digger if he really wants to. So either she isn’t one or she is and he doesn’t care.

    All I can really assume though is that Cassel is cool with his wife being a not yet fully formed person and starting a new family. It’s douchey of him but I also hope he gives her room to grow, ensures she is free to gain experience and knowledge and treats her as an equal partner.

    But I suspect the truth is he wants another child but doesn’t want to be an equal parent and picked a wife too young to demand he do his part.

  17. Lila says:

    I have a 21 year old daughter and would be disappointed, concerned and worried if my 21 year old daughter married a man 30 years their senior or lived with him and had his baby. It’s disturbing, creepy and unsettling. It is the same way I feel about Alex Baldwin 60 years old married his wife Hilaria Baldwin 34 years in 2012 and she is a baby machine. They have 4 children now. Woody Allen marrying Soon Yi Previn. Sorry it all falls into the same category for me. These type of powerful men like these pretty young things because they come without any baggage and they can mold them to their lifestyle.

    • AMAyson1977 says:

      I agree regarding this pairing, and the Woody-Soon Yi travesty is on another whole level of stomach-turning IMO, but I disagree about Hilaria and Alec Baldwin. She was well into her 20’s, pursued him HARD, and seemed (seems) so, SO smug about “bagging” him. She’s popping out kids as an insurance policy, a stroke to his fragile ego, and a status symbol. I also agree with posters above; no shade if you marry for financial security, although it’s not a choice I would make.

  18. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    So is Monica Bellucci free? Maybe she needs middle-aged gal pals to sit around at cafes, drink rich reds and snicker at older men with their baby ladies. We could supply emergency blues and make a killing. We could invite Nigella Lawson too. The saucy ladies without their old wankers. Giving temporary life to old wankers pretending they’re still young wankers for absolutely no other reason than delicious amusement. It’s a shame we can’t watch when they realize a placebo escapade. “Where to next ladies?”

    I’m way too bored.

  19. Xo says:

    Part of me is genuinely disappointed when I see the old cliche.

    I should get over it, but damn.

  20. Royalblue says:

    I dont have strong feelings about people’s relationships when there are large age differences. Wishing them happiness and congratulations on the pregnancy. I love to see happy couples.

  21. Lisabella says:

    My Handsome father was about to be 51 when my 27 year old mother gave birth to me. This was in the 60’s. When he was in his 70’s I overheard my mother tell my aunt that he had slowed down a bit, but he STILL could take care of business. At that time I was horrified, but now I can see how much they loved each other

  22. Lala11_7 says:

    She’s beautiful and young enough and have the energy to give him all kinds of hell if he steps out of line…

    So I’m ALL good with it…

  23. Chris says:

    It’s funny when the “serious artists’ turn out to be just as shallow as everyone else in the industry.

    • Patty says:

      I know plenty of shallow people married to age appropriate partners who are downright fugly. One’s shallowness can rarely be verified via choice of one’s spouse or career. I also know more than a few shallow selfish people who work in the public sector and non profit sectors.

      • Chris says:

        Nah. The entertainment industry has way more shallow posers than the not for profit sector. But if you don’t you can verify one’s shallowness by their spouse or career what would you verify it by?

  24. Mash says:

    whoooa chile…. the judgement on this site is astounding.

    If were pro-women and feminist at that then we should be routing for her. She found her person. I look on social media and I like them even though I think they did have a weird moment with her ASAP Rocky date pictures a while back but while she was with Vince (idk they coulda been on a break)

    anyways…he prob wants more children, maybe always did….theyre married i wish them the best.

  25. lucy2 says:

    She is very pretty, especially in that wedding photo, but I can’t imagine being 21 and married to a guy that old (and he does look older than his age).
    She’s only a few years older than his daughter! Yikes.

  26. horseandhound says:

    I don’t think hilaria can be dominated or controlled in any way. that woman looks very bossy and tough to me.

  27. Net says:

    Idk, May/Dec relationships are successful all the time. He is nice looking, and maybe he makes her feel secure. I dated a man 40+ years older than me. He was successful, I was in my 20s and was just looking for a man who wasnt an asshat..after a series of disasters. It was a setup and initially I was really nervous. The first thing I noticed was that he made me feel sexy, like I was the most beautiful woman he had ever seen. The next was I felt safe, I didnt feel like he would break my heart like a younger man would. I fell for him hard, and in the end he felt like I was just too young. We broke up, he was so sweet about it and we are still friends. All that said, I wouldnt have ever considered having children with him because of his age and basically guaranteeing said child would lose him and be devastated.

  28. knowitall says:

    I tried hard not to judge this union because they look happy and they’ve been together for two years. The issue for me is that he has two children, including a teenaged daughter. This will be very awkward for her. I doubt a 21-year-old model has the maturity to step-parent a teenager. And no way the teenager is okay with this, any young girl would be disturbed by the age difference where her father is concerned. He sounds like a very selfish, shallow, petulant man.

  29. Silent Star says:

    I find it interesting that women are criticized for choosing wealthy or powerful men as husbands. I think it’s smart. Good looks and charm don’t make life any easier.

    I’m not the marrying type myself, but heck, if you’re going to do it, look at the big picture and consider all aspects of a potential partnership, including whether or not you’ll be solid financially. As long as you are caring and kind toward each other, I see nothing wrong with it.

    When I was a young hot thing eons ago, good looking men were not my priority. Being interesting and intelligent was what turned me on, and those traits are often attached to older men, who may not be good looking.

    I hesitate to jump to the conclusion that a gorgeous young woman must be a gold digger just because the man she fell in love with is not young and gorgeous too.

  30. intheknow says:

    Meh. I wish I could marry for money. I am no longer young enough or no longer hot enough. I married for love when I was young, all I got was his debt and other unpleasantness.

    Let people live there lives and make their choices. As long as what they do doesn’t negatively impact me or society in general, IDGAF and neither should you/anyone else. Live and let live.

    • Naddie says:

      Hint: You still can.

      • intheknow says:

        @naddie Thank you. You made me smile a lot. A much needed smile and a bit teary eyed. Deep down I know I’d much prefer to marry for love. Love with the right person who loves you back is glorious.

      • Naddie says:

        Funny, because I agree 100%. These people always end up complaining about how the world is oh so shallow and no one cares about them.

  31. grumpy says:

    He is very charismatic and the pictures probably don’t do him justice, I think he was gorgeous in the film Mon Roi.
    He is a fool to marry her of course.

  32. Naddie says:

    I have this weird idea that, if I was with a much younger guy, I’d “let” him bang other women. Why make him waste his youth being exclusively with a much older lady? As long as he doesn’t deceive me, I’d be alright. But that is just assumption, I might freak out if it happens.

  33. Becca says:

    Gross. I just think they both have issues. And what do they talk about?

  34. jennifer says:

    i wish women would stop doing this. A man may always have money/power, you wont always have youth. You are essentially dooming your older self

    • intheknow says:

      I wish women would stop condeming other women for their choices.

      • abbi says:

        I wish women would stop judging other women’s comments on a gossip blog.

      • otaku fairy says:

        I wish women (and people in general) publicly commenting on gossip sites about women would be prepared for other women reading those public comments to form opinions about those opinions. Happy holidays.

  35. Mali says:

    My sister married a guy 30 years her senior and the marriage isn’t very happy. She gave away her younger years to a guy who had already lived his life and raised his kids. My aunt on the other hand had the same fate when she did the same thing. She was left with raising their children alone when he died early on due to his age/ailments. But the girl above will probably have it easier due to Vincent having money to soften the fall.

  36. Amy says:

    When I was in my early twenties I dated a man 25 years older than me. I remember thinking his skin was weird. It was looser than other men my age. Mind you, he was very fit and worked out and lifted weights every day. Older men, when you are that young, seem very sophisticated and show you things around the world that you’ve never been exposed to. They seem like an adult compared to men in their 20s. I get her being “in love” with him but he knows better.

    I eventually started to wonder why the man I was with would be dating someone half his age and why he didn’t relate to women his age. I dumped him. Whatever anyone says, the young women always notice the mans older body (no shame on aging, I’m 40 now!). That amuses me.

  37. Blackbetty says:

    I like older men, but he’s looking like the grandfather here!

  38. Arcade says:

    He is a good actor but looks like a leathery ol’ grampa now. Skimmed his IG and he seems to be terrified of mortality. Every second hashtage is something like #lifesabeachthenyoudie. Think this is a severe midlife crisis but no reason why they can’t be happy from it I suppose.

  39. Littlefishmom says:

    I don’t care what year it is, eeew and eeew. Gimme a break with these couples. They have ZERO in common. They are decades in age difference. These people are idiots. He’s going to be 62 with a ten year old. Enough already.