Being in his late fifties, Matt has rumors with every co-star he works with and then his wife is just too “supportive” of the image he displays off screen. Check out the entire story below: Anette Roque and Matt Lauer have been married for more than 17 years and are still going as strong as ever. Matt and Anette had a very very happy life after marriage where at one instance Annette nearly gave up on the relation and filed for a divorce. Ouch, Matt, we know that hurt, but well we don’t blame you for that, your wife once did.
However, they reconciled soon, and since then they have always had a very happy marriage. It is not unknown to everyone that Matt is a big soft-hearted when it comes to his co-stars be it, Natalie Morales or Lara Spencer. From Marathons to Triathlons; She’s done it All If our sources are to be believed the union of Annette, Natalie and Matt goes back to a decade when Natalie started working for the NBC.
‘It’s left men and women on a never-ending hunt for the perfect partner, thinking: “A few more dates and I’ll find The One.” In my work, I’ve met plenty of women who think there’s always a better guy out there.‘The danger is that it results in a string of meaningless flings.
One of the first questions I pose: At what age do you want to marry? Every student has an age in mind: 23, 25, 28, 30 or 32. We've been told 30 is the age when we will turn into a pumpkin. This is all a social construct, too, but a powerful one. Twenty-eight was also the age I met the man who is now my husband. To take time out of the equation is to love in a vacuum, which is both unrealistic and foolish. As we age, we begin to think differently about life and love. Love is not measured by the quantity of your money. Studies show that arguments about money are the main factor in predicting a divorce. I'm glad my husband and I are established in our careers and we don't have to worry about the stress of living paycheck to paycheck, especially now with our two children. We wish a routine meant "dinner and a movie," as Samudre so naively calls a "boring love story." Honestly, once you have children, dinner and a movie sound wonderfully romantic and lovely.
I teach high school seniors in a college preparatory English class. Only once, a student wrote, "When I fall in love." Only once. Girls, women -- we most definitely have an age in mind, and it's almost always before 30. I lived in a big city when controlled the dating scene and I was too old-fashioned to join. It comes down to the right person at the right time. Love at 16 is not the same at love at 36 -- and I imagine love at 36 is not the same as love at 56 or 76 or 96.
With an unlimited number of other people on offer via the internet, there’s little incentive to work it out if things get tough.
And with the cloak of anonymity the net provides, it’s never been easier to be unfaithful.‘The internet has opened up this sense of “Where do I stop? ‘In previous generations, people met a partner and accepted they wouldn’t be perfect in every aspect, but internet dating is like a chocolate box that never stops giving.
But is this a trend that could change the very nature of romance and turn long-term commitment into a thing of the past? There is striking evidence to suggest that the web is causing social change.
Traditionally, women might have had one or two boyfriends before getting married; now, they are encouraged to date lots of people in a quest to find a perfect partner.
When Andy graduated from Yale law school in January 1964, the young couple celebrated with a trip to Europe.
But when they were staying in a small inn in Florence, Italy, they met what "Just Desserts" described as a 'handsome young Englishman' in the hotel bar and drank with him.
My 36-year-old boyfriend lived in New York; I was student teaching in Chicago. But love with the person you decide to spend the rest of your life with -- especially if you have a family with this person.
Since he was already established in his career, the plan was for me to move to him; however, when I was offered a job at my current high school, I knew I wouldn't be moving out East. I guess I'm what Neal Samudre, in his post "5 Reasons Why I Got Engaged Before 23," calls someone who waited to get all her "ducks in a row." My career was more important than a man.
Over the past decade, she’s tried ten websites, had dates with 40 men and chatted — online or over the phone — to countless other potential suitors.