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SoCalDem Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Mar-28-07 06:22 AM
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6. Fred, the "Ladies' man" Thompson
Anonymous: Saw Fred Thompson at Chez Fancois L'Auberge last night dining with a pretty young thing. (Made the evening for my wife who is a big Law and Order fan). Does he still live in the area? Does he still have a bevy of beauties?

Richard Leiby: No scandal there, sorry. I'm guessing you saw "Hollywood" Fred, a former Senator, with his relatively recent and 24 years younger wife, Jeri. As my predecessor Mr. Grove reported a couple of years ago:

"Fred Thompson and Jeri Kehn met six years ago on the Fourth of July in Nashville. Since then, the Republican senator and the GOP media operative have been romantic, rocky, stormy, passionate, hot and cold, but never lukewarm. "Hollywood Fred" -- as the divorced Thompson was nicknamed because of his successful movie career -- has been linked to a variety of women, including country singer Lorrie Morgan, pundit-pollster Kellyanne Fitzpatrick, Time magazine writer Margaret Carlson, Nathans restaurant owner Carol Joynt and Washington PR executive Sydney Ferguson.

"Now we're pleased to report that Kehn -- whom we've occasionally imagined strapped to a fighting chair on a metaphoric fishing boat, gripping her metaphoric rod and reel -- landed the big one Saturday. The 35-year-old Kehn and the 59-year-old Thompson were married at the First Congregational Church of Christ in the bride's home town of Naperville, Ill. Yesterday the newlyweds were bound for a week-long honeymoon on the French Riviera."
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