Wednesday, July 20, 2011

wendi deng

wendi deng
I wouldn't want to mess with this woman.
Wendi Deng Murdoch Ron Sachs / Rex USA
Wendi Deng Murdoch.
To those conditioned to think that a beautiful young woman married to a multibillionaire twice her age could be motivated only by money, Wendi Deng Murdoch—as the world now knows—has offered up a startling riposte.
In an unscripted display of marital fidelity that was, also, the most balletic act of violence on television this year, she clouted a man in the head as he approached her husband with violent intent—and a shaving-cream pie. The scene occurred at the parliamentary hearings on July 19, hearings designed, metaphorically, to knock her husband, Rupert, off his pedestal. Instead, it was a Murdoch who did the knocking down that morning, albeit a Murdoch with rangy legs, lustrous black hair, and cheekbones to die for. With one punch, it could be said, Ms. Murdoch revamped her popular image from “gold digger” to heroine, and fiercely protective wife.

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