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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Richard Gere "instantly" fell in love with his wife Alejandra Silva

    The 69-year-old actor - who was previously married to Cindy Crawford and has a 19-year-old son, Homer, from his second marriage to Carey Lowell - felt a connection he'd never experienced before when he first met the 35-year-old beauty almost five years ago


    Asked if he fell in love at first sight, he said: "Instant from my side. I instantly became happy just looking at her. It was one of those powerful things.

    And pressed on if he's felt the same connection in the past, he said: "Yes, I've been married three times, but it didn't happen with the kind of power of this one. But I do remember the first time I met each of my wives."

    Though the 'Pretty Woman' star's previous two marriages ended in divorce, Richard doesn't hold any ill feeling towards either of his ex-wives.

    He simply said: "I'm very lucky."

    The 'Arbitrage' actor and his wife are about to welcome a child into the world, but Richard has no worries about being an older father.

    Asked if it was something that concerned him, he told the Sunday Times magazine: "Not at all. No."

    The couple have kept very tight-lipped on whether they are expecting a son or daughter.

    Richard said: "Nobody knows because we haven't told anybody."

    The 'Officer and a Gentleman' actor is full of praise for his "sensitive and sweet" son Homer, who he claimed is already "better" than him.

    He said: "He's very sweet, very sensitive, very smart. He's smarter than me, stronger than me, faster than me, taller than me, better than me. He's great. I love him."

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