Elizabeth Hurley Reflects on the Death of ‘Great Love’ Shane Warne and Steve Bing
Elizabeth Hurley gave a heartbreaking interview after losing the two “great loves” of his life for all these years.
Talking to UK TimesBritish model and actress who reflected on her relationship with the late Aussie cricket Shane warned and film sponsor and screenwriter Steve Bing, the father of her son, 20-year-old Damian.
In the interview, Hurley, 57, shared how their deaths affected Damian.
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“Of the four great loves of my life, two are dead – I always tell the other two that you’d better watch yourself,” she said, referring to her other significant relationships. with businessman Arun Nayar and actor Hugh Grant.
“But yes, it was very difficult and still very difficult. Losing Shane was terrible. It took a long time to sink in,” she added. “Honestly, I thought he was going to call and it turned out to be just a big Aussie joke.”
Warne died of a suspected heart attack in March while on holiday in Thailand. He died at the age of 52, 9 years after the couple ended their engagement after 3 years of dating.
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Meanwhile, Hurley lost Bing in 2020 when reportedly taking her own life at the age of 55. The model said “losing Stephen was something completely different” as she recalled the relationship that lasted 18 years. their months from the early 2000s.
The exes became embroiled in a paternity dispute after they split with Hurley granting Bing a court-ordered DNA test to prove he was Damian’s father. Although the examination proved that he was indeed the biological father, Bing and Damian remained estranged for many years.
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“We were estranged for so long but made up in the end, and a bright and different future seemed open to us, but of course it wasn’t,” Hurley said. Time. “For Damian, his death was more of a mental test because he didn’t know what kind of person he was. Arun was his father figure. Arun still calls him his son. and Damian called him dad.
“Shane is more of a funny uncle. But yeah, all of that, combined with COVID and the lockdown – that’s a lot of money for a young person.”
Damian himself has spoken out about the deaths of both his biological father and his stepfather.
“On this day a year ago, my mom and I received bad news,” he wrote on Instagram in June 2021, a year after his father passed away. “At the time, I didn’t realize how much it would affect me… We all want to present ‘perfect’ versions of our lives – to me, the idea. Public discussion about something as personal as grief is scary… but sometimes it’s necessary.”
“The past year has been difficult – for everyone on the planet – and I think it’s very important to acknowledge that. Struggle is not weak. In fact, to get over the other side is extremely powerful.”
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This past March, following Warne’s death, Damian shared a flashback photo of himself and the cricketer as he paid his respects.
“I’m still trying to hide this,” he wrote. “SW was a father figure to me for most of my years growing up and truly one of the best men I have ever known. My heart is broken. Thinking and sending love to all of you. SW’s whole family.”
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