'What does he see in her?' They made fun of Rege-Jean Page’s girlfriend because she doesn’t meet Hollywood beauty standards
Rege-Jean Page took his girlfriend Emily Brown to the red carpet for the first time, and his fans made fun of her.
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But then he disappointed them when he left the Netflix hit and then it was rumored that he may be preparing for the role of James Bond which turned out not to be true. The actor's departure benefited his colleagues from 'Bridgerton', who were given more generous contracts, but fans were surprised that they still didn't know what project Rege-Jean was working on.
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After winning the world of acting, Page found himself on the list of the most desirable men, and women were disappointed by the information that he was in a relationship. Although he tried to hide his love life, it was revealed that his girlfriend was Emily Brown, a writer who plays football part-time.
Regé-Jean Page, kız arkadaşı Emily Brown’la ‘Macbeth’in Londra Film Festivali prömiyerine katıldı. https://t.co/l1Z5itmnem— ÇapaMag Magazin (@CapaMagMagazin) October 18, 2021
Since it has been revealed, the actor took Emily to the red carpet for the first time at the BFI London Film Festival. Rege-Jean wore a classic black suit while she was in a tight elegant black dress. Despite the couple’s brilliance, ugly comments on Emily’s appearance began circulating on the internet.
No words were chosen for her and they were mostly humiliating. People online pointed out that she looked as if she were the actor's mother, and they also made fun of her physical appearance, style of dress, and other things.
'What does he see in her?', 'Rege, open your eyes',' She looks like she's 10 years older than him ',' She could at least make an effort and dress nicely ',' Sandals and this coat?',' He could have found a better one ', commented his fans on social networks.
Rege did not comment on these criticisms as he had never spoken about his love life before, and it is obvious that the couple is not bothered by the opinions of people who are not important to them.
By: Helen B.