Well, not by him – that’s not his style – but by one of the “party posse” of platinum blondes who accompany him everywhere.Soon Izabella was being asked to Fun in the Sun Sundays at the Playboy Mansion and in January 2002 she was invited to move into the Mansion and become an official Hefner Girlfriend, one of seven at the time.
It was a very generous deal in many ways, but it did have its drawbacks.Some involve a trio of blonde girlfriends; others a haemorrhaging share-price that leaves his entertainment firm facing an uncertain future.All, however, boil down to a single problem: Hefner's aura of Gatsby-esque sophistication is ever more at odds with his advancing years, and a changing world.The story borrowed heavily from a four-year-old tell-all written by a disgruntled former girlfriend named Izabella St. Still, it's enough to make one wonder: What must it be like to be married to Hugh Hefner?iographies, profiles, and interviews suggest the answer is: probably pretty boring. Hefner has been married twice before—in 1949 to high-school classmate Millie Williams, with whom he had two children, and in 1989 to Playmate Kimberley Conrad, with whom he had two more.) has elevated him to the status of national treasure. In recent weeks, the institution that is Hugh Hefner has been rocked by a string of public and private setbacks that have conspired to throw this elderly, somewhat deaf and increasingly frail man back into the public eye, for all the wrong reasons.