It just happened to come at a time when she was getting a divorce from her husband Topper Mortimer, whom with she had been in a 17-year relationship since high school.“People think they know me because they see me on the red carpet posing in a party dress,” she explains. I just think I wanted people to get to know who I am.The philanthropic hedge-fund manager, who in the past has wooed Elle Macpherson (the couple have two children together), said the way he looks has, at times, been a “handicap” to his business success.But apparently that tall, dark, and handsome thing works in his personal life. If you’ll remember, the couple broke off their engagement last December.Summer is heating up and the bold-faced names have come out to play—and fight, and declare their love. High Society is on hiatus for the summer, and Tinsley Mortimer is heading to the Hamptons, of course, this time with new boyfriend in tow. Cindy was corrected—from a hospital bed, no less—by Barbara Walters, who rightfully said the best-selling kid’s book was actually written by Queen Rania of Jordan. We hear that Johan Eliasch, the London-based Swede, is now dating Pia Getty of the Miller family.Tinsley and nightlife player Brian Mazza will share a house this summer and probably hit Dune, the club owned by Brian’s company. An environmentalist and the ex-wife of the heir to the Getty oil fortune? We like the match, though, and they could both certainly do worse.
“I want people to see me.” Opening up her life for the camera was her way of counter balancing the gossip columnists.
Tinsley Randolph Mortimer has been defined within the pages of New York’s gossip and society pages as a well-bred, well-educated, and well-dressed socialite.
However, Tinsley has recently strived to evolve off the pages of the tabloids into a more genuine personality that is multi-faceted and, to put it simply, real.
They were spotted in an “amazing row” in East London and Sienna stormed out in a “huge tantrum.” Jude made a move on another woman, but after Sienna came back, they somehow reconciled.
We’ll say it—it’s only a matter of time before one of them moves on for good.