IF I didn’t already feel utter despair at the prospects of finding love, hearing that Emily Ratajkowski’s hubby Sebastian is a serial cheater was the final nail in my fickle love life’s coffin.
Emily is considered one of the most beautiful women in the world, so it’s baffling to think that any man would risk his marriage to such a gem for the sake of a bit of extra-curricular rumpy-pumpy.
I’m acutely aware that love is not intrinsically linked to beauty – it’s not a prerequisite – but I’ve heard this woman interviewed and she’s articulate and bright too.
Which begs the old question, why would you go out for hamburgers when you have steak at home?
Who knows? They’ve just had a baby in the past year – always an exhausting time and it can be a difficult transition for men who are used to the focus of attention being on them.
But fundamentally, nothing excuses this kind of behaviour and nothing really explains it.
Could it just be that some men (and women) really struggle with the concept of fidelity?
Because one indiscretion might be forgivable, but once they start adding up, there’s definitely a problem.
And I reckon many women will feel that if someone like Ratajkowski is going to be cheated on, what hope for us mere mortals?
Of course, it isn’t a game of comparison and this just proves that this kind of rejection is indiscriminate. It really doesn’t care how beautiful you are nor how gilded your life is.