American women dating british guys
But then, more recently, Princes William and Harry came of age so dashingly and a new generation of American girls thought that they would quite like to marry a slightly shambolic Englishman.The hapless British male was, in turn, thrilled all over again at the idea of women with sparkling teeth and considerably more charm than the Sloanes he was used to dating.In the last fifty years, however, the lifestyle has changed and there is parity between the sexes and work and at home.A hundred years ago a typical family placed the man at the ‘head’, while his wife was in charge of the day-to-day running of all household activities.'Eddie loves duck hunting and stalking wild turkeys with my father.Born and raised on an island, the English are sometimes unfairly labelled as ‘cold’. It's simple, really: Your average English girl rarely brushes her hair and never cleans behind her ears, so it's no wonder that Britain's bachelors are falling for spruce all-American charms.America, in turn, has sent us hot dogs, Channing Tatum and, historically, some of their richest women to marry impecunious dukes and prop up estates.
Fully up-to-date with everything that’s going on in the world, the English man, considerate and able to converse on almost any subject, will be the perfect partner at any function.However, a relationship with an English man will be rich and rewarding.Coming from a nation that once owned a third of the world, the English man is strong in character, resourceful and independent.She also happens to be a Holiday Inn heiress (Lizzy's grandfather founded the hotel chain in 1952).Last summer, James Rothschild proposed to another pretty hotel scion, Nicky Hilton, while holidaying at Lake Como (not that James necessarily needs another fortune).