23-Year-Old Model Defends Relationship With Her 63-Year-Old Boyfriend

A 23-year-old woman has defended her relationship with her 63-year-old boyfriend after trolls criticised her for being with him only for his money.

23-Year-Old Model Defends Relationship With Her 63-Year-Old Boyfriend

Willow Sias met 63-year-old David Simonini on Tinder in February and

“fell in love within an hour.”

“It was a pretty instant connection and we fell in love within an hour. He was my first and only Tinder date, but we had a quick dinner because I had an interview later that night,” Willow, from South Carolina, was quoted as saying by LADbible.

She said,

“We’re like mirrors – our energies mesh really well together and we even eat the same things, which is crazy. Often, we’ll be doing nothing but still laughing and having a good time. I think we really bonded over the experiences and vibes we share, which is mostly what we have in common.”

Willow said that she and David share plenty of common interests, including dining at swish restaurants. She previously dated a 42-year-old and 37-year-old. She said,

“My last relationship started out similarly to this one but the guy never followed through on what he would say he would do.”

The model added,

“David has kept his word on everything. He makes sure I’m taken care of, comfortable and don’t need anything – which is really big for me. I need that kind of stability and security in my life at this point.”

She said that her family and friends are supportive of her and David’s relationship but many people do think that he is her “sugar daddy”.

“[My parents] absolutely love how happy he’s made me and how good he is to me. He recently bought me a Mercedes AMG as a ‘Happy Thursday’ present, so he really spoils me to death – which my father does too. He’s very grateful I have someone that treats me like he did. [My friends] love us too – but a few still think that he’s my sugar daddy,” the 23-year-old said.

Talking about the trolls, Willow said, “I don’t care. I don’t know any of these people and if I did they’re not people whose opinions I care about on this matter. It does bother David sometimes though, so we appreciate the nice comments we do get.”


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