I’m always having to tell men “Please, I am not interested” because I only like men who can challenge my intellect, men of power who I can look up to. They want short cuts.‘Modern women are not willing to put in the hours studying art and deportment.
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I was the one paying for our relationship financially.
I was booking the hotels, entertaining him, giving parties, introducing him to powerful people.‘I am not responsible for other people’s moralities. Sir Peter should not have taken me for granted,’ she says dismissively. I just thank God I survived.’In 1994, American model and waitress Suzannah Fleming, then aged 39, told a red-top tabloid she’d indulged in shenanigans with the Count — involving leather, high heels and whips — three months after his wedding to Bienvenida‘We separated in 2005, so I didn’t see him in the three years before he died,’ she says.
She ushers me into her elegant living room to discuss her manifesto, which she has rather appropriately called ‘Blonde Ambitions’. Wealthy, powerful men look upon women like myself as an investment.
‘My marriages have always been about men wanting to control me,’ she says now. Certainly, should she stand for election, Bienvenida has one advantage over the other candidates: she has no embarrassing skeletons left to rattle in her closets. Indeed she called it The Making Of A Modern Mistress.The young Bienvenida then spent six miserable years in foster care from the age of ten after her grandmother died.