Do You Have A ‘Type’?
Model, actress and occasional TV presenter Kelly Brook is rumoured to be dating yet another rugby player after two failed relationships with Danny Cipriani and Thom Evans, both of whom are professional rugby stars. Her new beau is rumoured to be James Haskell, who plays for London Wasps, after they swapped numbers at a glitzy celebrity event.
It is fairly safe to say that Kelly Brook has a ‘type’, but how far do these types go, and what happens when you look for a partner who fits a different profile to the ones you usually choose?
Many people would consider themselves to have a type, whether they are a woman who likes their men tall, dark and handsome, or a man who simply prefers brunettes to blondes. Many people have physical preferences that they look for in a partner, but how far should it go when looking for a soulmate? It seems to be general consensus that you should never let your personal preferences and past ‘types’ get in the way of something promising.
Sometimes it benefits people to actively seek someone who sits outside of their normal preferences. Kelly Brook has not had much luck with her previous rugby player partners, so the advice to the model could well be to look for something different and perhaps be pleasantly surprised by what she finds.