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Rupert Murdoch, 92, and Ann Lesley Smith Call Off Their Engagement

Following weeks of the announcement, media magnate Rupert Murdoch and ex-police chaplain Ann Lesley Smith abruptly called off their engagement, according to Vanity Fair. Less than a month ago, the 92-year-old made plans to marry Ann Lesley Smith officially by informing his own newspaper, the New York Post, that they would wed and spend “the second half of our lives together.”

Unnamed individuals close to Murdoch were cited by the media outlet as saying that the wedding’s plans were abruptly scrapped. According to one insider cited by the magazine, Murdoch had grown uneasy with 66-year-old Smith’s religious beliefs. A year after Murdoch’s divorce from his fourth wife, model Jerry Hall, the ceremony was set for the summer.

He was excited about the connection last month. According to Mr. Murdoch, “I was really anxious. Although I hated it, I knew this would be my last relationship. It ought to be. I’m content. They first connected during a gathering he hosted at his California winery the previous year.

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In context, this is not my first experience.  Nearing 70 signifies you’re in the back half, according to Smith. “I awaited the appropriate moment. My friends are delighted for me. Six of Mr. Murdoch’s first three marriages have produced offspring. For six years, he was wed to Ms. Hall.

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Before to Patricia Booker, he was wed to Wendi Deng from 1956 to 2013, Anna Maria Torv from 1967 to 1999, and Wendi Deng from 1999 to 2013. Forbes estimates that the chairman and CEO of News Corp. has a net worth of almost $17 billion. His media empire includes the Wall Street Journal, Fox News, and numerous other international media outlets.


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