Bec's Beau tells why they split
Heartbreaker ... Bec and Beau in 2002.
Silence can signify a lot of things. Dignity. Reluctance. Mime. But break it in order to dish dirt on a failed relationship in Woman's Day and these lofty associations are shattered as well.
Enter former Home and Away star Beau Brady, known in some circles as the soap's former bad boy Noah Lawson. And in others as the jilted fiance of co-star Bec Cartwright - right before she became Bec Hewitt.
"I'm still not really sure why Bec broke it off. Maybe it was because I didn't own a Ferrari!" ... Beau Brady, Bec Cartwright's jilted fiance. Photo: Janie Barrett
''I'm only speculating, but in the end I'm still not really sure why Bec broke it off,'' he offers to the mag, which has him pictured shirtless on a beach, staring pensively into the middle distance. Well, towards a photo of his former flame, whose tan tastefully matches the mag's bold orange font.
''Maybe it was because I didn't own a Ferrari!'' Zing. Not that Brady was calling his ex superficial. Duplicitous, perhaps (he says that she started texting and calling the tennis star Lleyton Hewitt while they were together). Irrational and selfish maybe (he tells the mag she disappeared for more than a week before dumping him). But definitely not superficial.
''I thought there was nothing to it because - let's face it - I'm a much better looking dude than Lleyton,'' he says. The moral of the story is that Brady now realises the engagement, if not throwing a ''quite valuable'' ring into the ocean, was a mistake.
''Getting engaged to her has taken away some of the purity of doing that again with someone else,'' he tells the mag, neglecting to mention his supposed engagement to another soap starlet, Neighbours' Natalie Blair. That didn't work either. But in magazines, like relationships, it's all a matter of perspective.
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