Hugh Hefner Engaged
December 26, 2010 by Post Team
Hugh Hefner Engaged, Hugh Hefner, the founder of Viagra-popping 84 years of Play boy, is tying the knot for the third time. This time the lucky gal is 24 years old Crystal Harris, December 2009 Playmate of the month.
“When I gave the ring crystal, she burst into tears,” Hefner has posted on his Twitter account. “This is the best weekend of Christmas in memory.” “Yes, the ring I gave Crystal is an engagement ring, he said later to those who ask if it was just a Christmas gift or a step forward for the couple.
Hefner appears that he and Harris spent the night before Christmas in a movie, then an exchange of gifts. Hefner took some of his girlfriend, including the legendary diamond Play boy shows that Harris tweeted a photo.
His great gift was the engagement ring. It was a “memorable Christmas Eve together,” Hefner twittering.
Hefner’s love life has of course been well documented – including the popular reality show featuring a trio of girlfriends in The Girls Next Door “. Hefner and his previous wife, 1988 Playmate of the Year Kimberly Conrad, were married in 1989 and separated in 1998. They were divorced this year. Now Hefner is going to walk down the aisle of a half-century after his first marriage in 1959 to Mildred Williams.
But if you think Hef might not be accurate on the icon of monogamy or a perfect relationship, you beg to differ. In an interview with RadarOnline.com after the bursting of Sandra Bullock and Jesse James, he said more than anyone, he knows all sides of a relationship – and what makes a work.
“I was married and totally faithful for eight years,” he told Radar. “I lived one life, a life of play boy, before and after, but while I was married, I have been faithful to her.” Hefner told the New York Times Magazine in July that he uses Viagra – which he called “little help from God” – once or twice a week.
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