Saturday, November 28, 2015

Think about your morning. Maybe you got up at 5 a.m., got the kids dressed and ready for daycare while your husband packed the lunches. You hurry everyone out the door and into the family SUV. You drop the kids off at the daycare, the husband off at his carpool and then take the long commute to work, clutching your half-cold coffee and thinking, “there has to be a better way!”
Have you ever wondered what life would be like if you were married to a rich man? If you didn’t have to wake up at the crack of dawn every morning to drive to a job you didn’t like – if you were a trophy wife instead? I’m here to give you a peek into my own life.
See, I worked in communications for years before I met my husband. He inherited a company at the age of 20, and is now the CEO. We live very comfortably, and I enjoyed being his girlfriend. He wined and dined me and took me to the best restaurants, on lavish weekend trips, and when he proposed, he did so with a Tiffany diamond that cost more than most people’s homes.
When we married, he told me I didn’t have to work – so I decided to take some time off and rest. Most of the time, living is easy – I don’t have to get up at a certain time every day, unless I have a brunch date with one of my husband’s work associate’s wives, a tennis or golf lesson, or a book club meeting. I have my hair and nails done on a regular basis. I might do some shopping, before going home to greet my husband after work.
But it’s not always easy. I’m expected to look good, not only for him, but for all of society, who wants to see us looking well together. He’s photographed a lot, so if I didn’t look healthy, rumors start that I’m fighting an addiction, which is bad for his image. I’m expected to support him at all times and am his automatic date for his many functions. Yes, I have access to almost unlimited funds, but I’ve lost some of the independence I had before.
I’m here to tell you that it’s mostly lovely being the wife of a rich man. It’s fun being able to spend any money I want – but that it’s not always easy.
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