Earth­i­ness, cred­i­bil­ity, trust and hon­esty are what wins in the term­lon­g­long term

The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - Best Weekend - - FRONT PAGE -

She may have been a su­per­model, but all-round­nice girl He­lena Chris­tensen was the kind of woman girls wanted to be or be friends with. Paula Yates? Not so much. When the TV journo ditched hubby Sir Bob Geldof to be with Hutchence, who ditched Chris­tensen for Yates, it in­fu­ri­ated his fe­male fans. Brad and Jen were the ul­ti­mate power cou­ple ... un­til he started film­ing Mr & Mrs Smith and met Jolie. Team Anis­ton was in­censed when Pitt left the for­mer Friends star for the screen vixen, and are now cel­e­brat­ing the Brangelina re­la­tion­ship’s demise some 10 years later. Some peo­ple have never for­given Prince Charles for his treat­ment of the Peo­ple’s Princess. While the love af­fair be­tween the royal and Parker Bowles was decades in the mak­ing, it’s taken al­most as long for them both to re­cover the pub­lic’s favour.

We re­ally liked Pil­lidge, The Bach­e­lor’s se­cond run­ner-up. But then she dated Gar­vey after he very pub­licly dumped Frost. Cue so­cial out­cast sta­tus and a ral­ly­ing around Frost, which saw her be­come our very first Bach­e­lorette.

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