I sleep with married men and love the thrill. People call me a homewrecker but I never feel guilty and have no remorse - British model, Gweneth Lee

I sleep with married men and love the thrill. People call me a homewrecker but I never feel guilty and have no remorse - British model, Gweneth Lee

49-year-old British model turned financial consultant, Gweneth Lee is wearing her serial homewrecker tag with pride after years of sleeping with married men.

Explaining why she gave up traditional dating for trips to out-of-the-way restaurants and secret texts, Lee revealed that she has had "affair after affair" with numerous married men after 4-year relationship ended in 2017.

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Revealing that the married men she has dated have spoilt her with gifts, she described the experience as exciting and also disclosed that she feels no remorse even when called a homewrecker.

The lady who was once happily married but lost her husband to cancer, stated that traditional dating has repeatedly made her miserable.

Sharing her girl code story, Lee told The Sun;

Ever since my four-year relationship ended in 2017, I’ve had affair after affair with numerous married men.

From top businessmen to hoteliers, they’ve lavished me with gorgeous gifts including Agent Provocateur undies and fancy perfumes.

My lifestyle has enabled me to enjoy male company and exciting sex without putting up with the mundanity of “normal” life — rows over who’ll take the bins out and dreary chat about childcare.

At this point I’m not sure I could bear that.

Some people might be ashamed or fear judgment about being a serial mistress, but I’m open about what I do — I own my life choices.

But make no mistake, I know many, many people don’t like it — that has been made clear.

On one occasion a pregnant acquaintance heard I was seeing a married man and turned on me. She launched herself towards me, bump first, at an event and accused me of being a homewrecker.

She need not have worried — there is no way I’d have gone for her man. I think about the people who criticise me and wonder: “Are you happy at home watching This Morning? Or don’t you crave excitement, like me?”

Because dating married men is exciting, with trips to out-of-the-way restaurants and secret texts.

While most of my affairs blur into one, there are a few blokes that have stood out — I have been lucky enough to be with some truly amazing men.

There was one man who was once a meditation guru in the mountains of Switzerland before he went into finance. He would whisk me away at a moment’s notice. I became such a frequent flyer with him that the cabin crew had memorised my drink order.

During a trip to Marrakech, he took me shopping in the markets and bought me gifts worth more than £150,000 in one weekend — and that wasn’t even out of the ordinary.

There was another occasion when one of my lovers thought we’d fallen out so he went to Harrods and bought me a beautiful Cartier bracelet, costing £25,000, to apologise.

The funny thing was I had no idea we’d had a bust-up. I had just been out of signal so hadn’t responded to his messages but I am happy to deal with the occasional bicker when it leaves me dripping in diamonds.

You just don’t get that frisson of excitement in an ordinary relationship when you’re debating what kind of takeaway you should get as a treat.

I should know, I wasn’t always a mistress. I was once happily married, but at 31 I lost my husband Rob, a computer business owner, to cancer.

It is quite possible that losing the love of my life pushed me towards more casual relationships as I suffered huge amounts of separation anxiety when he died.

I think it’s beautiful to be able to get married, have children and have that marital bliss — but there are a lot of us who don’t need that. Being a mum was never my priority.

I have more fun having affairs, which can still be quite long-term. There’s one man I’ve been in contact with for over ten years.

I have tried traditional dating but it made me so miserable. Once a year I will give Tinder a go and I end up suffering badly.Latest Post