Warren Beatty. Has he found true love?
Warren Beatty has a reputation that rivals Casanova and now he has finally responded to the rumor that he bedded nearly 13,000 women throughout his career. That’s a lot of notches on the bed post.
The 79-year-old has suggested we do the math. I don’t think we have that long Warren, maybe you could just tell us? Addressing the rumor’s he said that it would mean not just multiple people a day, but that there was no repetition. So is that a yes or a no? I’m sure it’s no hardship being romantically linked to some of the world’s most beautiful women, such as Natalie Wood, Julie Christie, Barbra Streisand, Carly Simon, Stephanie Seymour, Janice Dickinson. Did we mention Madonna?
Casanova himself has said that he does not believe he misled anyone and that he’s a nice guy. Yes Warren, the evidence would suggest this to be the case. I wonder if Warren Beatty really is the man behind Carly Simon’s hit song You’re So Vain. She’s not telling! In interviews, the likes of Joan Collins, Cher and Diane Keaton have joked about Beatty further adding to his reputation.
Whether the rumor’s are true or not is immaterial. The important thing is that Mr Beatty did find the love of his life, but she’s not in any of the aforementioned. Who was the true love of Warren Beatty? 24 years ago he met and fell in love with actress Annette Bening. They married in 1992 and have four children together. Stephen, 24, Benjamin, 22, Isabel, 19, and Ella, 16.
Warren said that he waited a long time to be married and his children are the best thing that happened to him. He claims to be an attentive father and enjoys spending time with them. Of course, they did go on to divorce, but true love never dies! Does it?
Warren drew the Eight of Wands, the Two of Hearts and the Three of Swords.
The Eight of Wands represents the love, passion and desire that Warren felt when he met Annette. This card is very much about initiating communication and pursuing the woman who piqued his interest. And pursue he did.
The Two of Hearts shows the romance and a truth that they both felt. Two hearts beating as one. When a person appears to play the field, it’s because that’s how they wish to love their life. When Warren met Annette, he was not interested in anyone else. This is a soulmate connection in its truest form.
The Three of Swords is the sorrow of separation. There is a genuine sadness around their separation. Hurt feelings and even trust issues. I don’t believe that Warren has found anyone since who has come close to replicating the kind of love connection that he shared with his wife. But he has an understanding of his soul purpose and moved forward with the knowledge that is only gained through experience.
Diana-Julie is an international life coach and spiritual counselor. She has worked with numerous people globally in their quest for personal empowerment and manifestation of dreams. A Reiki Master and natural healer, her personal passions of writing and spirituality serve to assist in removing obstacles for those seeking her guidance.