Dating a n affluent man
“I just find it attractive – some people like dark hair, some like blue eyes, I just like a giant wallet,” she said.
Now in her twenties, the bubbly blonde says she has dated regular blokes “for the diversity” but keeps on returning to rich men.
“Financial security is important to people but it is only one factor. Some people let it slide but when the time comes and there is not enough to pay a bill it can cause issues.” Ms Fletcher says couple should set goals and work together to make all their dreams come true.
It’s like marrying someone because they have nice legs, or because they are an engineer or a doctor and you always wanted to marry a doctor. More often than not financial stress in relationships is just a screen for other underlying issues, like a lack of communication on finances. “Sometimes working together to get what you want is something that can really strengthen a relationship and makes you focus on what is important to you,” she said.
“I just remember why I like to date rich men,” she says, laughing.
“There is always a sort of persona that I like in rich men – the confidence of being able to look after you.
“Billionaires are often very nomadic, it’s hard to keep up,” she said.
Taking that dismal fact into consideration, doesn’t it make sense to look for someone with money?But then there is a group of women who have absolutely no issue whatsoever hooking up with a man purely for his dough.Call them what you want – “gold diggers”, “sugar babes”, “exploiters”, “opportunists” – they prey on men with money and do so without guilt or shame.“If I don’t love them after a period of time, I give it up.” On the flip side, she hopes to fall in love too.She’s fallen for two of the 10 millionaires and billionaires she says she’s dated but on both occasions the relationship never lasted.