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As for fears that this is just about a green card — I don’t want to permanently live in Paris, nor does he want to permanently live in New York City. The rational side of me will always argue that love is a chemical reaction within human beings that forces us to, ultimately, keep the species going, but the romantic side of me, the one I’ve only recently discovered, has put rationale on the back burner.Our partnership is a give and take, and neither one of us is requesting that we give up our individual lives in our respective cities. But really, why did I accept his proposal of marriage with an overwhelming “Hell, yeah! Sometimes you just need to go with it, and not debate or over-analyze the “this and that” of things.Unfortunately, it also means neither may know each other all that well, nor have any idea how they will weather storms as a couple — resulting in a vulnerable marriage. Adding to the rapid fire “we just met” to “we are getting married” is the stress of celebrity life, lots of travel and time apart, often surrounded by much temptation in the form of other flirtations as well as alcohol and drugs (a bad combination in terms of fidelity). Marriages that last are those between people who have found a lot of common ground, and where there is not common ground, it’s between people that have found out they are capable of negotiating and compromising with each other.That makes it difficult to tell what percentage of the reason for a divorce may be too short an engagement, but it sure doesn’t help. During the honeymoon phase of any relationship, often the entire first year, couples tend to find it pretty easy to agree with their partner on many things, even everything.When you look at the celebrity world, you get the feeling that everyone leaps into marriage, only to be followed by a quick fizzle and divorce.

Is this some sort of Gerard Depardieu à la “Green Card” thing?

(Olivier is also a composer and musician, so I’ve been getting that one a lot.) I’m not in a rush.

I’ve never been one of those women who’s had this gigantic desire to get married.

Oh, and that girl I knew in college who went on a date with a college professor and was married to him two days later. Over 10 years later, they’re still married, and now have two kids. So when, after just five months of dating someone, I announced to my friends and family that I was engaged, the shock was, well, huge.

Admittedly, I was shocked myself, and I expected others to be stunned by it, but the outpouring of public “Congratulations!

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