What is terrible about love is that Withers
Hepburn said to her friend:
I kept trying to keep our marriage, but it was too hard, too hard;In our line of work, we often have to show warm caresses, and sometimes we have to pretend to be true. In this circle, marriage is really difficult to maintain!Please believe that I put my marriage and family life first and my career second.
After 13 years of marriage, Hepburn finally decided to leave her tormented marriage.
After her divorce, she traveled extensively, both for relaxation and for healing.During a trip to Greece, Hepburn met her second husband, psychiatrist Andrea Dotti.
Dotti, who was nine years younger than Hepburn, had an Italian sense of romance and humor that Hepburn had never felt happier.Not long after, they married in a flash, and Hepburn soon had a son.
She thought that the marriage was a gift from heaven, and she was willing to give up her shadow and devote herself to her family.But Dotti didn’t just make Hepburn happy. He made a lot of women happy.
He has been photographed hanging out in nightclubs and strip clubs, often surrounded by hot women.
The national Enquirer once reported that Dottie:
Dottie often takes women to nightclubs;When Audrey Hepburn was in Rome, he acted like an angel;Dotti was so embarrassed when she was photographed with actresses and models that she wanted to hide the women in her car.
Whenever Hepburn was in a fit, Dotti could soften her heart with sweet talk.Until one time dotti took another woman home while Hepburn was away.
When Hepburn returned, Dotti simply said, “An Italian husband would be laughed at if he had no mistress.”
At this time, Hepburn also met Robert Wadsworth, who would accompany her for the rest of her life.
In 1981, Hepburn and Dotti’s 12-year relationship officially broke up.
The woman that longs for love, however always meet a person not shu, be hurt by love.Two marriages of more than 10 years each ended in infidelity.
Hepburn once said, “What is terrible about love is that it Withers and spoils. It can twist and tear your life apart in cruel ways.”