Brit woman thinks she has finally found Mr. Right in sixth hubby!

Published: Friday, September 11, 2009, 15:25 [IST]

London, Sep 11 (ANI): A Brit woman, who has spent 31-years looking for Mr Right, thinks that she has finally found him in her sixth husband.

Lady Rosemaris Chanie-Cridge, 50, a former dancer and actress, saw her five previous marriages last between 18 months and ten years, with her choices ranging from a wealthy property developer to a Texan Marine named Butch Gayheart.

Now, Lady Rosemaris, who has kids Sabrina, 23, Krystle, 24, and 14-year-old Joshua by two different men, says that she has found her true love in plumber Gary Cridge, 40, who she met last year when he came to fix her washing machine.

"I really have found my Mr Right after all these years. Each time I thought the marriage was going to last. I said my vows with sincerity," the Sun quoted her as saying.

She met her first husband, 25-year-old Michael Robins, at the age of 17 and they wed two years later.

"He was extremely attractive, I fell in love immediately," she said.

They had a church wedding in Ealing, West London, in 1978, but the marriage broke down after two years.

"I was devastated - I thought that marriage was for life. My parents split up when I was three. I became obsessed with the idea that my marriage would be different," she said.

She then wed former Marine Harry 'Butch' Gayheart, 25, in 1983 but split after two years.

"He proposed after a month. He was so romantic and seemed to offer the love I craved," she recalled.

Property developer Gordon O'Shea, 40, became her third husband, but the marriage did not last when he decided to give his money away and go to Africa to work as a missionary.

They divorced in 1989 after 18 months of marriage.

Lady Rosemaris met Goran Koroliga at a cocktail party in LA and they wed in 1990, but split after two years.

Her fifth marriage, to Max Jesson in 1997, lasted a decade and left her "absolutely devastated" when it ended.

But Lady Rosemaris, of Banstead, Surrey, believes her new love will last forever after marrying Gary in May.

"I told him about my past. A lot of men would have felt intimidated, but it didn't matter to him," she said.

"When I said my vows, they seemed extra special. I always knew true love was out there. I've finally found the man of my dreams," she added. (ANI)

 

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