Photos: Never too old - Famous men who married after 60

Sep 27, 2018, 13:09 IST
  • Photos: Never too old - Famous men who married after 60

    Kabir Bedi and Parveen Dusanj: Actor Kabir Bedi tied the knot for the fourth time on January 15, 2016, with British-born partner Parveen Dusanj, who was in her early 40s during the wedding. The couple dated for over a decade and surprised one and all by announcing their wedding during Bedi's birthday celebrations

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  • Photos: Never too old - Famous men who married after 60

    Congress politician and Member of Parliament, Digvijaya Singh in April 2014, admitted to his relationship with TV journalist Amrita Rai. The two married in they married in late August 2015 when the politician was 68 years old and his partner, Amrita was 44 years old. Digvijaya was married to Asha Singh since 1969, until she passed away in 2013. He has four daughters and a son from his previous marriage. 

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    ND Tiwari and Ujjwala Sharma: In 2008, Rohit Shekhar had filed a paternity suit claiming ND Tiwari to be his biological father. The court ordered that DNA mapping of Tiwari be done. The DNA test results released by the court in 2012 established that Tiwari is the biological father of Rohit Shekhar and that Ujjwala Sharma is the biological mother. Tiwari had met Shekhar's mother Ujjwala Sharma during the late 1960s. Sharma headed the women's youth Congress wing then. In the next seven years, they came together and had a son. Later, Tiwari parted ways with her and snapped ties. On May 14, 2014, Tiwari married Ujjwala Tiwari, Shekhar's mother, in a ceremony that took place in Lucknow. ND Tiwari was 88 years old when he tied the knot with Ujjwala

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    Imran Khan and Reham Khan:Former Pakistani cricketer and current Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan married Reham Khan in 2014-2015 when the popular cricketer was 62 years old. His wife Reham Khan, a journalist, author, and filmmaker was 41 years old at that time. The two parted ways in Oct 2015 and Imran Khan then went on to tie the knot with Bushra Maneka in 2018

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  • Photos: Never too old - Famous men who married after 60

    Nelson Mandela and Graca: The former South African President Nelson Mandela celebrated his 80th birthday on July 18, 1998, by marrying Graca Machel, who was 53 at the time of the wedding. Machel is an international advocate for women's and children's rights. Graca Machel was Nelson Mandela's third wife. Pic/AFP

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    Hugh Hefner and Crystal Harris: Playboy founder and American businessman Hefner was 86 years old when he married 26-year-old American glamour model and singer Harris. The couple exchanged weddings vows, on December 31, 2012. Hefner was married twice before he tied the knot with the American model. Pic/AFP

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    Steve Martin and Anne Stringfield: On July 28, 2007, Hollywood actor Steve Martin who was 62 married Stringfield, a writer, who was 36 at the time, after dating her for three years. At 67, Martin became a father! This was his second marriage, the first being to actress Victoria Tennant. Pic/AFP

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    Clint Eastwood and Dina Ruiz: Eastwood was 66 when he married television news anchor Ruiz, who was 35 years younger to him, on March 31, 1996. This was Eastwood's second marriage. The couple ended the marriage when Ruiz filed for divorce in 2013. Clint Eastwood and Dina Ruiz have a daughter named Morgan. Pic/AFP

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    Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart: The couple began dating in 2002, and got married on June 15, 2010 after almost 8 years of being in a relationship. Ford was 68 at that time and Flockhart was 46. They are parents to Flockhart's adopted son, Liam. This was Ford's third marriage. Pic/AFP

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    Paul McCartney and Nancy Shevell: The Beatles legend tied the knot with Nancy Shevell, vice-president of a family-owned transportation conglomerate, on October 9, 2011. McCartney was 69 and Shevell was 51 at the time of marriage. This was McCartney's third marriage. Pic/AFP

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    Rupert Murdoch and Wendy Deng: Less than a month after divorcing his second wife, business magnate Rupert Murdoch, who was 68 at the time married Wendy Deng, then 30, a graduate from Yale School of Management. The marriage took place on June 25, 1999, but ended in a divorce in 2013

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    Larry King and Shawn Southwick: King, a renowned radio and television personality, was 64 when he tied the knot with Southwick, a singer, actress, and TV host, (then 38) in 1997. King was married seven times before, twice to the same woman (Alene Akins), but all those relationships ended in a divorce. His marriage to Southwick is still going strong though. Pic/AFP

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    Anthony Hopkins and Stella Arroyave: Movie legend Anthony Hopkins was 66 when he got married to the actress-producer, 47-year-old Arroyave in 2003, and they are still together till date. Hopkins was married twice before sharing vows with Stella Arroyave in 2003

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About The Gallery

Hugh Marston Hefner passed away on September 27, 2017, and today marks his first death anniversary. Hugh was an American businessman and publisher of the famous magazine Playboy. He was the founder of Playboy and editor-in-chief of the magazine, which he founded in 1953. Hefner was in his late eighties when he married Crystal Harris in 2012. On his death anniversary, we showcase famous men who got married after the age of 60

 

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