HARRY'S LOVE WEEK
Love ... That great unknown that many of you deal with daily. You may not understand much with him, or maybe, you are a lucky one and be one of your great friends for a long time, for some, even, all of their life. But no we are not going to tell you our comings and goings with love, but the great stories that have stopped the world. And that, precisely, can be applied to one of the most beautiful couples that Hollywood has given: Romy Schneider and Alain Delon. They met on a movie set in 1958, in full twenties. And, without knowing anything about themselves, Alain waited for her at the airport exit in Orly with flowers and an invitation to the Lido restaurant. No one have had could resist that and Romy was no exception. On their first date, they only managed to speak with signs: she only spoke German and he spoke French. But the signs paid off, and a few hours later, Alain pronounced the only words he knew in her language. Can you imagine those words? Yes, it was an Ich liebe dich, or what is the same, I love you. For two strangers to use this would have made his date something really strange (even a goodbye) but, in that case, the spark arose. They were a handsome couple but everything ended shortly. And, of a couple who ended with a bouquet of flowers and, a goodbye, by Alain, we go to other handsome Hollywood one: Clarck Gable and Calore Lombard. Love can arise in many ways but, with an ambulance arrival (with a really stylish look included), to one of LA's top parties, it doesn't happen every day. This was the spectacular arrival of the always funny Lombard, who made Gable became interested in her. Both had parallel careers as sex symbols and, once again, the public went crazy and had faith that beauty and love would triumph. They got married and, for a while, they were happy, until the tragedy came: Lombard died on a plane trip. But, friends, do not let your faith in love be over. There are great stories, those of a lifetime and until death separates them. And, this, with great difference of age included. This is the case of Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall: an intense love that lasted only 12 years, until he left forever, not for his own way, of course. Bogart and Bacall met on a film, a place in which Humphrey took advantage of visit the dressing room of his co-star and plant him a movie kiss (I can not think of a better place to do it) that left a mark on her. And boy, that happened. And, as a final culmination, a love of those that crosses borders and goes beyond the known, that of Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward. It was a real Disney story. They met in 1957, at first she didn't like Paul but little by little she fell in love. They married in 1958 and since then, they shared the good and the bad during 50 years of enviable relationship until Newman's death in 2008. And it is that love is unpredictable. Never stop believing in it.