But to quote another famous man who fell in love with someone a few years younger than he was, “The heart wants what the heart wants.” Poor Woody Allen, getting all that grief 20 years ago for falling in love with his adopted daughter. But the early 90s were a different time. It’s likely that if he had left Mia Farrow today to marry the daughter he and Farrow raised, it would barely be a blip on the TMZ radar.
But back to the happy groom, Hefner. Now, we here at TDQ have never read Playboy magazine, but it’s our understanding that it’s got fantastic articles. And Hefner, who founded the magazine in the mid-1950s, has certainly earned some happiness in his lifetime, hasn’t he? Maybe he’s worked so hard during his 86 years that he wants to just kick back and enjoy life with his bride.
Sources have said that his new bride enjoys long walks on the beach, snow skiing and sailing. Maybe the two lovebirds just want to spend some time enjoying each other’s company and sailing around Hefner’s pool. And with his money, we have no doubt he can get some custom skis made up that would accommodate his walker out there on the slopes.
And as for all the people all up in arms over their 60 year age difference, we think it is certainly possible that someone’s soul mate might not have been born until that person is well into their sixth or seventh decade on Earth.
So suck it, haters.
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