Young Bride Divorced Rich Old Man Because She Can't Keep Up

It's not so unusual when we hear that an old, rich man marries a beautiful woman young enough to be his granddaughter.

What is unusual is when they divorce because she can't keep up with him. That's what happened to Kristin Georgi, a 22-year-old blonde who married 84-year-old lumber magnate Joe Hardy:

The lavish lifestyle could not overcome the newlyweds' incompatibility. Georgi said they divorced because Hardy's life was too fast for her -- not because of their difference in age. The couple announced their divorce in August 2007 and approved by a judge in April 2008.

"Everyone asks, 'Wasn't it weird?'" Georgi said. "It really wasn't because he was very young at heart. So, he was very hard for me to keep up with ... When you climb on your own jet for the 10th time and everything in four days -- Europe was crazy -- and we were in each place for a day and a half. It was a bit too fast-paced for me," Georgi said.

Georgi said she left the relationship with some money, but she believes that size of the settlement vindicates her.

Georgi said the demands of such a lavish life took her away from her first love, saying she chose [her son] Matthew over marriage.

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That whole story she gave is bullshit. I personally know that HE filed for divorce NOT her. He caught her cheating red handed with her boyfriend. She was in a relationship with someone else the whole time they were married!!!! THey were both scamming him!!! believe it!
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"The lavish lifestyle could not overcome the newlyweds’ incompatibility. Georgi said they divorced because Hardy’s life was too fast for her"

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She discovered it was an iron clad Prenup and cut her losses.
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