After building up a little black book of single (and pretty rich) people in and around London, Asprey launched her own dating site and has since matched several high profile clients including Prince Charles' polo-playing pal, a Shakespearian actor and several celebrities from the acting world.SEE ALSO: Glamour's Tips On 'How To Make A Man Fall For You' Make Our Blood Boil Should You Have Sex On The First Date?The billionaire had a lot of problems his money couldn’t fix and not many people he trusted to talk about them with. And I was better than a therapist, because there was sex involved.
Given many may only be back on the market, in the first place, thanks to a cheating husband, such wariness may be understandable.
Plus, unlike men, said Fran Walfish, a Beverley Hills psychotherapist, “a woman’s ego cannot bear to tolerate a man using her for her money.
Now, the professional matchmaker who starred on ITV's This Morning earlier this week, has revealed her top 10 tips for finding 'the one'. Speaking to Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford on This Morning, Asprey explained how it can be "harder" for women looking for love because there are usually more men than women on dating sites, which makes it more competitive.
The 32-year-old said she set up The Sloane Arranger after realising she had many "charming and eligible" single friends, who weren’t meeting the right kind of people.
At first I was impressed, but then it all got really tedious.
That’s why I’ll never again go out with someone who a) doesn’t let me talk and b) is so full of shit.
“You’re in a bubble - and you can’t go down to the pub without being papped, or snapped in a selfie.” Molloy, a vicacious blonde of 46, is speaking to me from Cannes, where her agency has a 'key’ office.
You can almost hear the Champagne corks popping on the super-yachts and see the oligarchs firing up their Lamborghinis.
In the glitzy corner is Jerry Hall, 59, the leggy Texan model, former partner of Mick Jagger, famous for saying 'The more flesh you show, the higher up the ladder you go.’ In the gritty old corner is hard-nosed media titan Rupert Murdoch, 84. But after her brief relationship with jet-set scientist Armand Leroi ended, earlier this year, she lamented, “I don’t get propositioned by anybody as much as I used to.” “As a famous person, finding someone who completes your jigsaw can be a tricky business,” says Mairead Molloy, global director of blue-chip dating agency Berkeley International, which charges its UK-only members a jaw-dropping £10,000 a year (throw in Europe and it’s £15,000).