Elizabeth Hurley and Hugh Grant: story of a love that survived a (sensational) betrayal

June 10, 2021 – 7:11 am

The meeting on the set, the scandal, the friendship despite the breakup (which still lasts today): all about the former Hollywood golden couple, the most envied of the nineties

of Arianna Ascione

“How to remain friends with your ex (even if he cheated on you)”: this could be the title of a possible book written by Elizabeth Hurley (who turns 56 today) on the love story she lived with Hugh Grant in the 1990s . Beautiful, successful (and also very envied) Liz and Hugh – at the time the most promising faces in cinema – made millions of fans dream all over the world: at that time she had just made her Hollywood debut alongside Wesley Snipes in « Passenger 57 – Terror at high altitude “(1992), he – after having acted for Roman Polański in” Bitter Moon “and impersonated the famous Polish composer Fryderyk Chopin in James Lapin’s film” Chopin my love “- had scored the hit of his career, Mike Newell’s film “Four Weddings and a Funeral” (1994).

June 10, 2021 | 07:11



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