Return to the 1960s. The story of Brigitte Bardot and Gunther Sachs, a gorgeous marriage.

Brigitte has long been recognized as one of the sexiest and most attractive women of all time. Sachs is one of the world’s richest people. They appeared to be made for each other. Both popular and appealing. The ideal couple.

They met for the first time in 1966. For both of them, it was love at first sight. Interestingly, Sachs wanted to marry the girl on the first day! He took no time in courting his preferred one. When she soared above her house helicopter, which dropped hundreds of lovely roses on the estate, he captured her heart on the first try. Brigitte later remarked that she had never been so wooed that she couldn’t possibly resist.

The lovers married a few months later. The event was hosted in Vegas, in the best tradition of known and wealthy individuals. Brigitte had three marriage stamps on her passport, while Saxe had two. They flew on Senator John F. Kennedy’s plane to Tahiti for their first vacation together. Following their trip to Tahiti, the couple traveled to France, where they began to cheat on each other. They lived in different flats. Sachs and Brigitte were both aware of the other’s objectives. This does not appear to have been an issue for the couple.

A year after her wedding, Brigitte met a new man. She traded in her Saxe for Serge Gainsbourg. The husband was neither surprised or outraged by his wife’s actions because he had recently discovered a new “passion.”

People who once loved each other eventually divorce. Peacefully and quietly. They didn’t make a big deal about it because it wasn’t their first breakup. And why should they when they’ve given up on one other? They did not divide the land they had purchased together. They were both wealthy people who didn’t need the money. They said their farewells as friends.

After the divorce, Sachs continued to make costly gifts for his ex-wife, which she auctioned off, sold, and then returned the next day. Sachs would finally buy the necklace and return it to her. Don’t you think it’s beautiful?