TV presenter Lisa Snowdon has been in an idyll with a Hollywood actor for five years. Did George Clooney make her contemplate suicide?
The 50-year-old TV star and the 61-year-old actor have been a couple since 2000 after they met on the set of a Martini commercial. Refusing to talk about intimate relationships with Clooney, Lisa nevertheless revealed juicy details to The Sun about the moments she spent with one of Hollywood's most desirable men.
“George was charming, a really nice guy, funny and all I can say is that we had a great time together. In fact, our relationship was pretty wild,” said one who wanted to add, rather in jest, more seriously: “I think that my tombstone will say that George Clooney was once my mistress Lisa Snowdon.”
But is it this far idyllic idyll that created great moments for the TV star? Never! Menopause has put Lisa Snowdon on the verge of suicide several times!
The TV presenter, who was George Clooney's girlfriend for five years, spoke about the taboo subject in Fabulous Magazine. She admitted that menopause affected every aspect of her life, from her profession to her romantic relationships. And the hardest blow for her was when the doctors gave her the bad news about her infertility.
As expected, the doctors informed Lisa that in the menopause she could no longer conceive children. Although this is known to everyone, this information greatly influenced the star: “All my life I thought that someday I would become a mother. I have always been a mother and wanted children, I never put my career first. But I just didn't have time for it. Someone else made that decision for me…”
As for her menopausal symptoms, she had terrible hot flashes that kept her up all night and during the day she could barely focus on what she was supposed to be doing. “I had such dark days when I thought that if this is for the rest of my life, then I better go,” she concluded. “I was affected by overwhelming sadness and some very depressive moods,” he added in the same emotional tone.
It took Lisa 10 years to cope with the situation she found herself in. “I had a real crisis, I was an emotional wreck, but when I got through it, I realized that I became much stronger,” Clooney’s ex-girlfriend said.
Back in December 2022, she spoke on this sensitive topic in Women's Health: “I had terrible dizziness, extremely bad mood, depression, anxiety, panic attacks. Then I went to the doctor and, on his recommendation, took antidepressants, and only then everything began to change for the better ... ”.
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