“Billionaires are often very nomadic, it’s hard to keep up,” she said.
“I go in with the hope of falling in love, yes, of course everyone wants the full package, whether you get it depends, but that changes every day.
At the moment I’m very happy.” Financial stress was the biggest reason for relationship breakdowns in Australia, the 2011 Relationships Indicators Survey revealed.
Taking that dismal fact into consideration, doesn’t it make sense to look for someone with money?
A woman who says she’s dated her fair share of millionaires spoke to News Corp Australia candidly about the ups and downs of entering a relationship for money – and warned you better be prepared to be “submissive”, expect competition and don’t try to make the men change.
But the ones that come from money, they are so wrapped up in their own world they’re hard to tweak,” she said.And it comes as no surprise that physical attributes are top of the priority list.“Everyone is different, with money or not, but men with money are always at social outings so looking good and being presentable is definitely an attribute,” Tracey said.“If you are with men with money there’s always going to be competition, that’s the number one thing to remember,” she said.Perhaps the most disturbing aspect of dating a rich man, as experienced by Tracey, is they expect their woman to do as she is told to.