Honestly, she's kind of cool, I mean she's living and having fun. As a gay man I gotta say...she's got the life many of us envy!
BOYTOY? He's 60 for Christ's sake!
I agree R1. Go granny is what I say. If she can still get a handsome Spaniard with that face at her age then more power to her!
And what a fucking rack she had. I hope she wasn't upset about that magazine cover. Most women would kill for those tits. So would most men!
She.was 55 when that topless photo was taken. Her breasts are phenomenal. Is her face the result of lifts/peels/fillers?
Her face is practically deformed.
C'mon, that's no woman. That's Ron Perlman in drag.
She's wealthy, correct? Yet she still couldn't manage to find a good plastic surgeon?
She makes the Cat Woman Jocelyn W, look like a movie star!
The mind boggles!
I hope I have this kind of energy, spirit and fearlessness when I'm her age.
Felicitaciones en su union, Doña Cayetana!
Are you sure that's her face?
Young slutty women marry rich old geezers every day. Why should this be judged differently just because the opportunist is a man this time around?
He's over 60 years old, hardly a "boy toy".
And she apparently has already given her kids their money they'd get after her death AND he signed a pre-nup years ago.
Move along, nothing to see here except two consenting adults who wanted to marry.
Changing the subject here. I'll never understand European aristocracy. Didn't these countries populations get tired of non-natives taking over the crown and giving away estates and titles to foreigners? The British royal family are basically German and Philip is Danish-German yet born into Greek royalty. Alba's name is Fitz-James Stuart. Who the hell can keep up with it and aren't they worried at all about inbreeding if they are all related?
Do you think they're going to fuck?
She was always a little off, but she's rich and titled so is consider excentric rather than batshit crazy.
Could she not have waited a year for the 500th anniversary of the Quentin Matsys portrait?
(I've posted this before, but the similarity is too uncanny to miss the opportunity of doing again.)
R3, I had the same reaction. Great tits, especially for a 55 year old.
R16 wtf is that supposed to be of? Seriously.
If I were her, I'd have had reduction surgery.
OMG, that painting is spot on.
For R18: It's a painting. c.1513, by Quentin Matsys (alternatively Massys, Metsys).
[quote]The Ugly Duchess (also known as A Grotesque Old Woman) is a satirical portrait painted by the Flemish artist Quentin Matsys around 1513. It shows a grotesque old woman with wrinkled skin and withered breasts (partially visible from her low-cut dress). She wears the aristocratic horned headdress of her youth, by then out of fashion, and holds a red flower in her right hand, at the time a symbol of engagement, indicating that she is trying to attract a suitor. However, it has been described as a bud that will 'likely never blossom'. The work is Matsys' best-known painting.
[quote]Secular and moralising, The Ugly Duchess is likely drawn from two sources. It bears striking resemblance to two caricature head drawings commonly attributed to Leonardo da Vinci. The caricatures were originally believed to be based on an earlier lost work by Leonardo, but are now believed to be based on the painting of Matsys, who is known to have exchanged drawings with Leonardo. The second source is Erasmus's In Praise of Folly, which satirises women who "still play the coquette", "cannot tear themselves away from their mirrors" and "do not hesitate to exhibit their repulsive withered breasts". The woman is often identified as Margaret, Countess of Tyrol, claimed by her enemies to be ugly; however she had died 150 years before the painting was made. In 2008 it was claimed that the sitter was suffering from a rare form of Paget's disease, in which the victim's bones enlarge and become deformed.
It hangs in the National Gallery in London, to whom it was bequeathed by Miss Jenny Louisa Roberta Blaker in 1947. It was originally half of a diptych, with a Portrait of an Old Man, in the Musée Jacquemart-André, Paris, which was lent to the gallery in 2008 for a temporary exhibition. The two paintings were hung side-by-side.
[quote]The portrait is considered to be the inspiration for John Tenniel's 1869 illustrations of the Duchess in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
My first take on here was that she looked like a Dr. Seuss character.
She seems like a fun old gal.
Gurl knows how to par-tay.
[quote]Jocelyn Wildenstein called and SHE WANTS HER FACE BACK!!
With $5 billion, the duchess can buy her 100 times over; it's Cat Woman Wildenstein who should be afraid of the face collector.
[quote]My first take on here was that she looked like a Dr. Seuss character.
Yertle the Turtle.
Doesn't she look like Jocelyn Wildenstein's sister? If there was ever a reason to avoid plastic surgery, this is it. And the guy isn't bad looking. Give this 10 years and it will be like Zsa Zsa and her husband.
She looks like she does R33. She appears to have permanent facial swelling. Either way, she knows how to have a good time.
You go girl!
Were there any royals at the wedding?
Nance from Delray
More power to her! She's fabulous. Maybe she'll take it easy on the plastic surgery now that she's got a husband. Yeah, probably not.
[quote]Young slutty women marry rich old geezers every day. Why should this be judged differently just because the opportunist is a man this time around?
When "young slutty women marry rich old geezers," they're BOTH opportunists. Don't act like the man isn't getting something out of it.
Aww, I hope she doesn't have a disease. I don't feel sorry for her if her face is the result of bad surgeries, but a disfiguring disease would be horrible.
I keep looking for Wayland Flowers's arm extending out of her ass.
I'm sure she just wants companionship at this point in her life. She looks genuinely happy in the photos. I say cheers to La Duquesa!
OMG. It's Zira from Planet of the Apes in a pink frock.
She looks like a Dr. Seuss character (not that I'm accusing her of molesting children while they're mother's away or anything).