Bridget marquardt dating now
Although there's no news of a bun in oven quite yet, the couple will be prepared no matter what they decide.
In 2011, the buxom blond told Us Weekly that she froze her eggs when she was 34 for "insurance" and "a little extra time." Marquardt was known as the "fun one" on the "Girls Next Door" reality show for her upbeat personality and friendly demeanor.
The trip turned into a three-day stay, and made Bridget decide she needed to move for good... A few months later, she was invited to stay at Hef's place, where she would spend the next seven and a half years, eventually rising into the spotlight as one of Hef's main ladies on . After her relationship with Hef ended, Bridget found love with director Nicholas Carpenter, whom she met, interestingly enough, at the mansion.
On one of his infamous movie nights, Hef was showing the 1939 classic, .
This will be Marquardt's second trip down the aisle.
She divorced her first husband in 2002 shortly after she moved into the Playboy Mansion.
The reason behind her spider- themed bling stems from Marquardt's favorite holiday - Halloween. Marquardt's new hardware fits in perfect with this time of year when she adorns her house with skulls and ghouls along with hosting a pumpkin craving party with about 15 of her closest gal pals.
"We carve the pumpkins and afterwards watch scary movies," she told Sheknows. That same year, she designed a line of scantily-clad Halloween costumes.
She just happens to have a slightly less than conventional story: Back in the day, she went to L. (even though she was married at the time) to visit the mansion in hopes of becoming a Playmate.star took to Instagram on Thursday to announce that her longtime director boyfriend Nick Carpenter popped the question! News in 2010 when she and Carpenter first began looking at engagement bling."We are looking into that," Ms. While it's unclear whether or not this is her actual engagement ring, we can't help but remember the comments she made to E!Where as some trusting fans believed the post, others were immediately skeptical of the report, perhaps learning their lesson from the huge amount of fake death reports emerging about celebrities over recent months.Some pointed out that the news had not been carried on any major American network, indicating that it was a fake report, as the death of a model of Bridget Marquardt's stature would be major news across networks.