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“As time goes by, my foreign husband and I argue more and more over food.
‘Chris and I divorced for the right reasons – we just didn’t work.
But we remain extremely close.’ The partnership between the older rocker and the young, pretty daughter of Hollywood royalty did seem unlikely – there was a 13-year age gap and they got together just as she sprang to stardom with Almost Famous.
Never, ever comment on how she spends too much money on the "fancy" cat food. There's a pretty good chance she comes from a family of cat people.
Um, how come nobody rips on dog lovers for buying the fancy kibble? And don't ever try to minimize a medical problem that her cat is having. A good rule of thumb is usually: If she laughs, you can laugh. Or at least cat ladies who didn't allow the men to have an opinion, which is really the best kind of cat lady.
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