Probably most high profile twag is Miranda Kerr, the Australian Victoria’s Secret model and ex-wife of Orlando Bloom.
Spiegel famously announced their engagement last summer on Snapchat.
The model, 33, joined him last week at the New York Stock Exchange when he took his company public, People reported.
Rather, he’s described as a “senior manager.” It’s not clear how he and Watson met but they enjoyed a week-long vacation last year in Big Sur, staying at the luxurious, eco-conscious Post Ranch Inn, according to one report.
But with this news about Watson having a tech boyfriend, it seemed time to revisit a curious phenomenon in our contemporary culture. As the Sun says, Silicon Valley has become a new celebrity central “as moguls and social media barons take over from film stars and sportsmen not just on rich lists, but as alpha men.” “Ever since Steve Jobs made computers cool and millennials started living online, nerds are king,” the Sun argues.
’ I didn’t connect with the person who was looking back at me, and that was a very unsettling feeling.” She’s been in the industry since she was about 10 years old, and she’s “often thought, ‘I’m so wrong for this job because I’m too serious; I’m a pain in the ass; I’m difficult; I don’t fit.’” But as she got older, she realized that “taking on those battles, the smaller ones and the bigger ones, is who I am.” When agents and movie producers told her she was making a mistake by turning down appealing offers—the leading role in La La Land, for instance—she thought, “What’s the point of achieving great success if you feel like you’re losing your freakin’ mind?
I’ve had to say, ‘Guys, I need to go back to school,’ or ‘I just need to go home and hang out with my cats.’ People have looked at me and been like, ‘Is she insane?
Out of respect for Watson’s privacy concerns, I won’t name him; you can easily find his name yourself.
Don’t worry, he doesn’t appear to be anyone who’s too big of a deal in the tech world — as in, he’s not the founder or CEO of the Palo Alto-based software company he’s affiliated with.
Watson was adamant about not naming him, out of concerns for their privacy and security. “I can’t talk about my boyfriend in an interview and then expect people not to take paparazzi pictures of me walking around outside my home.
You can’t have it both ways.” She added: “I’ve noticed, in Hollywood, who you’re dating gets tied up into your film promotion and becomes part of the performance and the circus.
Talk about burying the lede: the vast majority of outlets reporting on Emma Watson’s new Vanity Fair cover story addressed her feminist credentials because one photo has her posing semi-topless, wearing a crocheted top that exposes the under part of her breasts.