Peter Cook, 60, is engaged for the third time, this time to a 21-year-old

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Trendspotting: the latest thing is for sexagenarian men to get engaged to 20-something women. Dennis Quaid, 65, is now engaged to a 26-year-old. And Peter Cook, the 60-year old sketchball ex-husband of Christie Brinkley, is now engaged to a… 21-year-old woman. I cannot. I just…wow. Peter Cook literally proposed to this college student while they were vacationing together in Santorini, Greece. He just happened to have a professional photographer there too:

Cook released a statement confirming the engagement to Page Six:

Peter Cook is engaged to marry Alba Jancou, Page Six has exclusively learned. The 60-year-old ex-husband of Christie Brinkley popped the question to the college co-ed, 21, on Sept. 15 in Santorini, Greece, in front of a church. Cook commented on the engagement: “We consider ourselves incredibly lucky to have found, in each other, our soulmate. We are looking forward to many years of wedded bliss!” He proposed with a six-carat diamond ring by jewelry designer Glenn Bradford.

Page Six exclusively reported over the summer that the pair were dating — after they’d been spotted together looking close at a series of Hamptons events. A source said of the couple: “They originally met two years ago at Le Bilboquet, but didn’t start dating until a year ago. They are planning a destination wedding in Europe.”

In photos of the engagement, snapped by Ioannis Pananakis, the couple is seen dressed in all white admiring her ring in one shot and happily embracing with Santorini in the background in others. Page Six reported in August that Jancou’s LinkedIn page said she expected to graduate from Tulane in 2021, and that she’d “attended a prestigious English private boarding school,” called Millfield. She’d also interned at a top New York art gallery. Her LinkedIn page has since been deleted. But we hear that the bride-to-be is “Swiss, French and English.”

Cook and Brinkley have a 21-year-old daughter, Sailor, who was just on “Dancing With the Stars.” We hear Sailor and Cook are close.

Cook certainly seems to have a type. He and Brinkley split in 2006 when he was caught having an affair with an 18-year-old office clerk named Diana Bianchi. His second ex, Suzanne Shaw, accused him of having a “secret pathological predilection” for young women. His attorney denied Cook ever cheated on Shaw.

[From Page Six]

What’s the grossest part about this? The forty year age difference? The fact that Cook’s fiancee is the same age as his daughter? The fact that this child has not even graduated from college? Or that this will be his third marriage? I mean, I think being on one’s third marriage at the age of 60 is fine. But choosing a third wife who is 40 years younger than you is a recipe for disaster at every level. Blech.

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  1. Enn says:

    There is so much wtf happening here.

    • (TheOG)@Jan90067 says:

      As well as pathetically sad desperation.

    • Moe says:

      What is she were 60 and Bye 21 would ever one feel the same? I’m asking because I’m genuinely curious?

      • Savannah says:

        Of course it’s just as gross with a 60 year old woman and a 21 year old boy. Come on.

      • Erinn says:

        Yes. I think that Aaron Taylor-Johnson and his wife are creepy af. I also think Macron and his wife are creepy af. Anyone can be a predator or prey.

      • Mika says:

        YES. 21 year-olds are BASICALLY CHILDREN.

      • ChillyWilly says:

        @moe Um, yeah!! Still hella gross with genders reversed! This is truly disturbing. I feel bad for his kids. I would not accept this crap from my father.

      • Starkiller says:

        Mika, 21 year olds are not children. That not to say that this relationship isn’t prurient and gross, but a 21 year old is in no way a child. The infantilisation of young adults in American culture is so bizarre.

      • jenner says:

        yup, still gross.

      • MC2 says:

        If the woman had a pattern of being with barely legal boys, then yes. This man had an “affair” with an 18 y/o to end his 1st marriage & his 2nd wife said he had an obsession with young women, so yay, the dude has issues.

      • Bettyrose says:

        Starkiller, I agree about the infantalization of adults in the U.S. Bugs me on so many levels. Still, one’s 20s are a time for emotional development…for exploring different facets of life before your energy levels plateau and nesting desires set in.

        This young woman will likely get a huge payday on her divorce, skipping over the debt common to her generation. But she’ll have her 20-something life experiences dictated by a man from her grandfather’s generation. You can’t get your 20s back.

      • (TheOG)@Jan90067 says:

        21 may be a LEGAL adult, but in terms of brain development, they’re still a few years off.

      • HaHa says:

        Mika, two things.
        #1 A 21 year old is not a child. Immature maybe , but not a child. Pray tell, at what age does one become an adult?


      • Christina says:

        Starkiller and Bettyrose, I second that emotion, and I am American. I’m third generation. Holy cow!! Since my kid has left for college, everyone asks if I am okay. Of course I’m ok, She is supposed to be able to handle herself at this point.

        Protecting kids is important when they are young, but, once they hit puberty, the lessons have to start. Hell, they start sooner! I allowed my kid to make mistakes and fix them herself. I advised her, but kept telling her that she needed to choose her activities and friends wisely.

        I don’t know. I thought that we were supposed to prepare kids to survive. If she brings home a 60 year-old, I will ask her if it’s about money and remind her of how to value herself, but, if she’s doing that, the lessons were WAAAAAAYYY too late.

        I knew a wealthy woman who believed that her daughter was too dumb to survive on her own, and she was actively telling her daughter to find a rich husband.

      • SM says:

        It is creepy. Not because 21 is a child but generally because this wide a gap means that usually teo people are at very different stage of their life and the level of experience and understanding in life is like being on different planets. Also at each stage in one’s life people are supposed to experience certain things, unfortunately situations like these when two people of such a different age get together result in missing out on these experience but that can often realized only in retrospective. So the one who is older should know better. And so it is gross and not right regardless of sex. It is irresponsible and egocentric on a part of the older partner in a relationship. And it does not make any difference if the younger one is 21 or 31. The age gap of 30 or more years is just gross.

      • Jaded says:

        @(TheOG)@Jan90067: You are right – the human brain isn’t fully developed until around 25 years of age. Everything is there except for the frontal cortex, which is the last thing to mature and governs the ability to assess and respond to situations rationally. An immature frontal cortex explains the sometimes risky, immature and irresponsible behaviour of adolescents and teens.

      • bettyrose says:

        SM –
        You put it perfectly. The older party knows they’re denying the younger one
        valuable life experiences. You think this dude devoted his 20s to the demands of of a 60-something benefactor?

  2. minx says:

    Soulmates, snort.

    • SNAP says:

      Right?! His choice of words is cringe worthy and very telling: “many years of wedded bliss”… instead of saying a “lifetime of wedded bliss” kind of struck me as realistic but subconsciously admitting to themselves it certainly won’t be “forever”. Although choosing the word “years” is still setting their hopes quite high. A toast to wishful drinking and mid-life crisis!

      • whatWHAT? says:

        yeah, I made a similar comment below.

        “many years” = “until she ages out and I find a new 20 year old”

      • Missskirrtin says:

        Hes beyond midlife… How come hes the only one talking? Poor girl….

      • Turtledove says:

        “His choice of words is cringe worthy and very telling: “many years of wedded bliss”…”

        I caught that too.

        Also, I did the math. In 20 years, he will be 80, and she will still be 10 years younger than I am now. And the idea oh me NOW having an 80 year old husband is….ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww.

      • Still_Sarah says:

        @ WhatWHAT : Exactly – they will have many happy years together until she gets “too old” for him (LOL) and he divorces her. At 21, she is no longer a child but she is probably very lacking in the emotional maturity that comes from independent life experience. It makes for an imbalance in the relationship – he has the money and the decades of life experience (for better or worse), so I think she would feel that she should always do things HIS way because he’s so “smart”.

    • aurora says:

      My reaction exactly!

    • Christina says:

      Minx, you made me guffaw!!! You win the best comment of the day TO ME!

  3. AB says:

    How can men not see how desperado this makes them look? This tells me that he dislikes women that are mature and fully developed humans. He could be her grandfather.

    • AmyB says:

      Exactly! These men cannot emotionally handle a mature woman that they cannot manipulate! I will truly never understand how someone (man or woman) can date/marry a person who is generations different from themselves?! I mean, I get it on one level – it speaks volumes about their lack of relationship skills and their inability to connect with someone their own age, but to me, it’s beyond disgusting. Especially the notion that Cook’s daughter is the same damn age as his fiancée! Ugh

      I have always dated pretty much my own age, and my ex-husband was two years older than me! I am 50 now and am approached by 20 or 30-somethings – I’m like NO THANKS! I am not going to fulfill your cougar fantasy LOL

      • Siul says:

        Amen to that!!

      • Christina says:

        AMYB, when the young guys hit on me (rare, but it’s happened), I think: no, little boy, I’m not paying your way. Sometimes I think that there are me. Who sniff out married women. It happens more now that I am married, these fellas looking for Sugar Mamas. Weird.

  4. Beech says:

    The nurse and the purse.

  5. Kittycat says:

    This is so gross.

  6. Lucy2 says:


  7. Mia4s says:

    Well he’s been proven gross time and time again, but wow she needs help. 21 and marrying….that?

    • Diana says:

      You just have to wonder… where are her parents in all this? Ugh

      • Snazzy says:

        If they’re anything like my mom, they would have been very happy. He is rich after all, and with my mother, that’s all that matters

    • Erinn says:

      My parents would have died. DIED.

      He’s a handsome enough guy, and he was married to Christie freaking Brinkley. I’m kind of surprised that the poor baby trophy wife isn’t cuter. Honestly, I hope she’s getting something good out of this, though. I can’t even imagine dating a 40 year old when I was 21.

      • Diana says:

        I am beyond disturbed…. I wouldn’t be able to even look at my parents if I dated some dude that much older. He’s got to be getting off on a power trip and I’m sure it’s a control and abuse thing. Just so…. wtf?!

      • Erinn says:

        WTF indeed!

  8. Diana says:

    Disgusting and disturbing. He looks like her grandfather

  9. MariaS says:

    He is absolutely revolting. And will be chasing after another teenager by the time she’s 25.

  10. Fluffy Donuts says:

    She’s 21?? That’s a rough 21.

    • Lizzie says:

      she might be 21 in dog years. i hope he’s finally getting played by a 39 year old con artist.

    • Bettyrose says:

      Plastic surgery & heavy makeup dull the glow of youth, but she’ll look exactly the same at 41 on her 3rd marriage.

    • Korra says:

      She looks about early 20’s to me. She is wearing a lot of makeup in these photos and because she has what would be considered masculine features, she doesn’t initially look very youthful. But I have been around enough college campuses to see girls like her walking the quads every day.

  11. Millenial says:

    This honestly makes me feel bad for Sailor. Imagine your dad banging someone literally the same age as you. Barrrrrf.

    • schmootc says:

      Yup, that’s most definitely the ickiest part about this. I mean the same exact age as your own damn daughter? Just disgusting.

    • Turtledove says:

      That happened to me. And the way I found out added to the shock.

      My dad was 20+ years sober, and had a relapse that nearly killed him. It turned out that the “trigger” for his drinking binge was that his gf broke up with him and he couldn’t handle it. I had no idea he even HAD a gf. Turns out, she was my age, and had been using him for his money. He is in no way “rich rich”, but could afford to take her out to eat, buy her designer purses, buy her a car (not a fancy one…but still, free new car!)

      I was horrified. And my parents had me young, so her being my age still only meant a 20 year age gap, not 40 like Mr Cook and his bride to be.

  12. Silas says:


    I wish them all the happiness in the world. And I hope that whatever prenup she signs doesn’t keep her from setting herself up comfortably after the divorce. Hermes and classic Chanel handbags accrue in value and Christmas is coming up!

    Why marriage? That’s always my question. Does he want the party? Is it a need to make other people take his choice more seriously as a wife than a gf? Temporary permanence?

  13. Corrine says:

    The grossest part is definitely the soulmates comment. Call it what it is bro! This ain’t soulmates. It’s two people getting what they think they want. Money and companionship. I honestly don’t give a flying f what people want to do with their lives. It’s just easier to support when there’s transparency.

  14. GreenQueen says:

    I’m curious what his definition of “many years” is… because I’m thinking it looks like he could give 11 at best and they def aren’t making it that long!

  15. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    Ew. Vomitus mass. When I was 21, just a millisecond thought of intimacy with that would have me gagging. Like with a spoon and everything.

  16. Eliza says:

    “Soulmates”? I don’t think he has a soul

  17. A says:

    Gross on so many levels. There’s no way she’s 21 though, looks at least 35 or maybe its her make up

  18. Charfromdarock says:

    It’s all gross.

    I’m twice her age and I wouldn’t date a 60 something year old.

    • Lady says:

      Same. At 21 I dated broke college bros who had zero respect for me or themselves so i can’t fault her for wanting something better. I can side eye him. I can side eye him and Meg Ryan’s ex-husband all day.

  19. Lisa says:


  20. SJR says:

    This guy is a real creep.
    If this was my daughter…I would be in tears all day.
    Girl, you have no idea how wrong this is gonna go for you.
    Marry for money, you gotta sell your soul. Life is too short, don’t do it!

    I completely agree with those who said this is about control, he can not deal with an adult woman, this guy has ISSUES!

    Sad, and really disturbing.

  21. Catnip Cupid says:

    This is sick. I don’t know what other word to use.

  22. MellyMel says:

    I will never understand wanting to marry someone when there is this big of an age difference. It just seems so desperate on his end and disingenuous on hers. But then again I’m 31 and can’t even imagine dating someone who is 21, so…

  23. Milkweed says:

    They look like Jennifer Coolidge and that old guy from Best in Show.

  24. Valiantly Varnished says:

    She looks like a blonde Jay Leno. That’s all I’ve got.

  25. adastraperaspera says:

    Trend that pretty much maps to history of viagra drug and pharma ED campaigns that push the idea that lifelong function in that department is on par with a human right. This despite the fact that Mother Nature has mandated an average drop in performance after age 50. And of course viagra is a major cash cow, so it’s here to stay. “At the time of its approval (1998), Viagra had the fastest initial sales growth following its launch of any prescription product, reaching 2008 sales of close to $2 billion.”

  26. Mar says:

    He will be 80 when she’s 41.


  27. Other Renee says:

    There’s a diaper joke in there somewhere.

  28. Dani says:

    I like her Rebecca Minkoff purse *snort*. He clearly doesn’t love her to let her walk around with that wannabe Chanel with all the money he has.

  29. Tiffany says:

    So, it makes me wonder why the rush engagement and announcement. Is Christie about to roll out her dude and Peter wanted to beat her to the punch.

    I mean, it would not surprise me considering they are both kinda petty.

  30. tealily says:

    There is a world of maturity difference between a 26-year-old and a 21-year-old, even. They seriously look like father and daughter. Yikes.

    • Lady D says:

      Look at the grip he has on her hand to make sure the ring is seen in the best light. In the close up you can see the skin on the back of her hand being shoved forward. I see ownership bragging rights, not love.

  31. whatWHAT? says:

    “we are looking forward to many years of wedded bliss!”

    “many years meaning until she hits 30, and then I’ll find another 20 year old to cheat with and then marry”.

    FI for him.

    • Tiffany says:

      Well, from the looks of it, that engagement ring can cover the last couple of semesters of school for her.

      Silver lining ????

  32. Boodiba says:

    She’s got nice boobs anyway. I think he proposed to them.

  33. pyritedigger says:

    No one will convince me this girl isn’t going into it with clear eyes. I find this kind of thing to be a form of sex work, and as long as everyone’s consenting and no one is abusive, it is what it is. But the whole nonsense of “soulmates” and all that is what makes it farcical and ridiculous.

    • Sunnydaze says:

      Totally agree. Look, the fact she’s 21 is problematic from a developmental aspect, but that doesn’t mean she is without the ability to consent. I’m quite sure she’s aware of how this looks in the media and the article mentions her time at a boarding school and being close to his daughter, so we know we aren’t talking about your average college student. She knows this world, this is the culture she was brought up in. And if one person goes into a marriage for the money and the other goes in wanting the attention or a trophy, hey – there are worse things in life. She’s legal (by a few years in fact), and while that’s not something I would do I’m not here to yuck on someone’s yum. Marriage itself has a bizarre history rooted in ownership so this feels like a nothing burger. Weird choices for both of them but hey – not my circus.

    • Ambiana says:

      I agree! Get that money, girl…

  34. Allergy says:

    I have always found him so repulsive.

  35. Louisa says:

    This guy seems to have issues worse that the normal Dennis Quad type creeps. He obviously likes women VERY young. He’s not even going for looks but only age. I mean no shade, this girl is just average looking and if he was looking for a hot young trophy, there have to be many more better looking women in their late 20s – 30s who would date / marry him. He still gets a decades younger woman who can have his kids but at least not quite of vomit inducing.
    He’s going public with this girl because she’s legal now, but how many even younger girls has he been quietly with?

  36. Liz version 700 says:

    Her parents are in their 50’s. He is known for liking young malleable women and her parents are younger than he is. Dude has some issues. She is the perfect age to have a couple kids so he can chase after their nanny again. Gross he is just a gross manipulative man. I hope his children have a team of therapist on speed dial.

  37. Sean says:

    “Trendspotting”? When did it become a trend for older rich men to marry much younger women? Hasn’t this been occurring since forever?

  38. Siul says:

    Soulmates? Really? I nearly died from laughter. At some point, he’ll drop her for someone even younger…like a fetus.

    • Liz version 700 says:

      Siul you are absolutely right. He seems so controlling he would probably love to groom someone from a super early age….

  39. Ashley G says:

    Here’s the thing about old men marrying younger women, the women are never pretty. It’s like age blinds them and for that I say eh. Remember Kelsey Grammer and his stewardess wife, it was like huh. This is the same. She’s getting what she needs (he’s rich right) and he gets to pretend he’s dating a “hot” 20-year old. He’ll be dead soon and she can enjoy her life. Who cares.

  40. What. . .now? says:

    When he and Christie Brinkley divorced — she caught him diddling a possibly 17 maybe 18 year old intern at his place of business. It was a nasty divorce for that reason, and it was intimated at the time, that he was known for liking very young women/teenage girls. Betcha if we dug deep enough his name would come up in Epstein’s Rolodex . . .pervs and miscreants always know where to find each other.

    • Sparky says:

      Right???? To me that’s the truly problematic issue—– This young woman is merely the latest in a string of very, very young women with whom Cook has had relationships/affairs.

    • holly hobby says:

      And he waited until she was out of her teens to date her. I noticed she said they met two years ago. That would put her at around 18-19. Gross.

  41. KarenG says:

    It’s a huge age difference and maybe it’s gross for these specific people to be together but what I find gross are all the comments about how these huge age differences are gross in general. Starting in my 20s I exclusively dated men in their 50s. I didn’t plan it or seek them out, it just seemed to happen. Granted, I have always been much more mature for my age and activities I was involved in allowed me to meet a lot of men in this age group, I was very well-educated and could converse intelligently about subjects that might interest a 50 year old. I had hobbies and interests in common with these men as well (chess, charitable orgs, cinema). I found (and find) men of a certain age to be so much more confident and self-assured than men my age. The men I dated had experienced marriage/long-term relationships and by that point they knew what they wanted for their lives and their relationships, which I didn’t find to be true for younger men. And frankly, they were a lot better in bed than younger men. And if you were a 50 year old man who met a twenty-something attractive woman who could converse better on topics than a women your age, had common interests and was basically awesome, why wouldn’t you date her? Why is that gross?

    • Missskirrtin says:

      Was that in the 1950s? It was normal in old movies.

      • KarenG says:

        ? No, I’m talking about this century. I’m now 46. Always dated 50ish guys, even in my forties. maybe 50 is just my sweet spot. But I don’t mind thinking of myself as a modern-day Kathrine Hepburn.

    • Apalapa says:

      KarenG I hope you can ask a therapist. There are too many factors at play for us to know but by and large the huge differential in age and life experience – and even statements like someone told you that you were mature for your age – suggest to me you were groomed. If you don’t feel that way then you don’t. But were the guys friends with your friends, willing to do ‘young’ things or disparaging of them, were you allowed to be as immature and make mistakes as you needed without someone making you feel bad about it? All questions to ask yourself I guess.

      • Sunnydaze says:

        Therapist here! And people like kareng do exist and they are perfectly healthy functioning adults. Some people – get ready for it – prefer for whatever reason people who are older. And some people self identify as “more mature” during adolescence/ young adulthood because their interests tend to deviate from those of their peers, or are more aligned with people who have “settled down”. My husband and I have radically different histories – I was wild, did drugs, had a lot of sex, made some questionable decisions, it took me until my later 20s to go back for my first master’s degree and take life seriously. He was only with one other person, immersed in gaming, computers, etc and had an established 401k by 21. Very different maturity levels but in different ways. Kareng could absolutely feel she was more mature in the areas of life that paralleled the interests of people who are older. It’s also possible she was immature or on par in other areas. Who knows. Not everyone who feels more comfortable with older individuals has a trauma history that needs unpacking in therapy. It’s logical to find comfort if one isn’t as enthused as their friends about partying or whatever in someone older as there might not be the same pressures that can come from peers. We can be both weirded out by the idea of someone dating a person the age of their daughter/ their history AND understand some people genuinely have that attraction. Maybe not these two, but maybe someone like Kareng.

    • It’sJustBlanche says:

      Why would anyone want to date or sleep with an old guy? My mom used to jokingly say get the young ones while you still can because later you’ll be stuff with older ones (i.e., you’re getting older as well).

      I don’t care how much viagra a 50-plus man has, their bodies are soft and their penises are a bit malleable, to put it nicely. I mean if you love them that’s one thing but the reality is the thing they don’t like about women getting older is basically the same way we feel about them. Society just doesn’t tell men they have an “expiration” date the way they do us.

    • Veronica S says:

      IMO, young people being interested in older people isn’t the problem. It’s the irresponsibility of the decision on the part of the OLDER PARTNER. There is no reason for somebody who is past fifty to date somebody in their early twenties unless they have an agenda. The power dynamics favor the older partner immensely, whether economically, psychologically, or socially. They’re at completely different stages of their life. Even from a pragmatic viewpoint: What happens if their health goes? If children are born? Then what? How is that fair to the younger partner?

      I’m thirty-three and would have major reservations about dating a twenty-one year old. The vast majority of them don’t have the maturity, resources, or experience to compete with me at an equivalent level. That’s what a partner should be – and if you aren’t looking for that, then you need to really examine what you’re after.

  42. Leah says:

    So gross.

  43. kelleybelle says:

    He needs to go and have a beer with Prince Andrew and Thomas Markle, who like ’em young, but at least she is legal. Why is this gross? Because it’s Peter Cook is why.

  44. DS9 says:

    21 year olds are adults, not children, yes but it’s impossible for a 21 year old to have the broad life experience that allows them to spot red flags in a potentially problematic relationship. Those who do are very lucky to be able to side step bullshit but most will not see them or dismiss what they do see, usually with the help of a problematic partner.

    And Cook IS a problematic partner. Full.stop. I remember what an utter ass her was in dealing with Brinkley and their children. I have no doubt his fiancee’s age and inexperience is what makes her appealing to him.

  45. Jen says:

    Half your age plus seven. That’s the official rule. Without order, there is chaos.

  46. Jaded says:

    Viagra stocks just shot up 300%.

  47. AmyB says:

    I think the major ick factor is HIM, not so much her. I think we can all agree she is technically an “adult” but a mature one? Doubtful. I know I grew up a lot in my twenties, and finally found myself in my early 30s. I don’t think that is rare!

    But Cook? His marriages have broken up due to infidelity and cheating with super young women! That is not psychologically sound in my opinion. That is a serious pattern in which the responsibility lies at his feet! When you have a repeated pattern of troublesome behavior – look at your damn self! Go to therapy, get some introspection! Doesn’t he give a crap about what his own children think? Or how this will feel to them???? He seems selfish and narcissistic to me.

    And I simply cannot wrap my mind around a 40 year difference. What could they possibly have in common, besides sex obviously?? She is still a damn college student. I would kick my daughter’s ass if she came home with a man 40 years older than herself. And she knows it!

  48. SamC says:

    Well, at least she’s legal. Wasn’t he having an affair with a 17 year old while he was married to Christie Brinkley? He’s about as messy as they come yet he still seems to be a sought out architect as well as active and welcome on the Hamptons social circuit, which kind of surprises me.

  49. Nina says:

    My 63-yr-old ex husband was fooling around with a 24-yr-old girl he met while she was working at a convenience store. My daughter is 23. My poor kid is completely grossed out. I can’t imagine how Sailor is handling this ….. again.

  50. Jess says:

    Weirdos… obviously she is marrying him for his $$$. They both put the ool in tool.

  51. Mego says:

    This will end well…

  52. Marigold says:

    Yes, it’s disgusting…but she’s not a child. Do not diminish, disdain, or attempt to remove agency and legitimacy and responsibility from young adults. 21 is perfectly capable.

    Young adults may lack the wisdom of age, but they are not children, and they make up for their lack of wisdom with the vigor and vitality of youth. They are not “less than” their older counterparts in society. They are just as important to a healthy community as the older generations. Women in their 20’s deserve to be allowed to make their own mistakes, to be given credit for knowing their own minds (barring mental disability or illness), and to be held accountable for their choices. Because they are adults.

    Give women the dignity of their womanhood. Infantilization of young adults robs them of agency, confidence, and–quite frankly–success.

    But yeah, this is gross.

  53. Hmm says:

    She has a strong chin.

  54. Jana says:

    Sorry, that girl might have a great body, but she’s a full on Monet as the kids used to say…

  55. Veronica S says:

    Lol, I’m sorry, but good luck girl. There’s no amount of money that’s worth letting a sixty year old man on top of me lol.

  56. Oliviajoy1995 says:

    I remember last year when he hooked up with that professional homewrecker Kasey Dexter girl after Mario Singer (RHONY anyone??) threw her out of his house. She went and stayed with Peter for awhile and I thought he was her soulmate….guess not.

  57. Shelley says:

    Wow. Another trainwreck to watch – just in time for the holidays. I’ll bet they’re already casting for the upcoming Lifetime Movie (based on this tragic true story). This is just horrible!

  58. Christina says:

    A People article says her parents are aged 51 and 53. Family dinners could be awkward.

  59. Valerie says:

    Eee… I don’t know. I’ve always preferred but never dated older men. It isn’t that she’s an immature child, but at 21, most people don’t have their lives sorted out. I guess it’s different when you’re rich: Money does the work for you. Outside of the little bubble of wealth that they exist in, there are so many more variables that widen the gap between a 21 year old and 60 year old, no matter how mature one is or how youthful the other is. I don’t think those all go away with a big bank account.