So, my H just got me the issue of Vanity Fair with Nicole Kidman on the cover. Inside there is a story about model/actress Liberty Ross, whose H Rupert Sanders, directed both his wife and the young, Kirsten Stewart in Snow White and the Huntsman. Sanders and Stewart had a "temporary discretion" but it was enough for Liberty who dumped her H of 16 years.
The story is mainly about Liberty's love for Sanders, her support for him and then her realization that after all this time they really were disconnected and she had had enough. She is the hero in this even though that is not really demonstrated in the article.
Liberty has now found love with another, Sanders is sad but probably screwing some other young thing and Stewart will hopefully live and learn.
Besides mentioning that it was hell, Liberty's recovery sounded so.....effortless. Finally, there is Liberty posing for a few pics. Beautiful but apparently she had a hard time finding a) a shirt and b) one that was not see through.
There is no doubt that rich or poor, betrayal is hell but I wish this article wasn't so..... "fluffy". I did get one good quote out of it and it was when Liberty said something along the lines of....sometimes you have to completely let something die for there to be a re-birth.
Anyone else read it or were you too busy filing your nails?