The Toronto “Meet & Greet” was an open house for anyone — rich or otherwise — but Noël was up front if an applicant wasn’t a match for her millionaires. But Noël will tell you it can be harder if you’re rich — really, really rich.
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She’s a psycho,’ ” Wilson recalls from his office in Calgary. The pair met, and he gifted her with a piece by Hillberg & Berk (a jewelry company he financed on Dragons’ Den) and a copy of his book, Redefining Success: Still Making Mistakes. “I will say that she is one of the most impressive people I’ve ever met, in terms of package: bright, philanthropic mind, mother of three. When you’re serious and want to get down to the process of finding someone, it’s tough,” Carstens says over the phone from Vancouver.
It was the least dramatic part of the Season 2 finale that saw Zilba attacked by her nemesis, Jody Clamen, who called the mother of three, among other things, “a hooker,” “a moron” and “a loser.” To top it all off? (The “real” housewives have been known to have a little work done, plastic surgery-wise.) Things were much more amiable during Wilson’s cameo, though. (Wilson turned her down on two previous occasions.) “It’s tough at the best of times to meet someone.
Noël hosted a Toronto open house recently to match three 1 percenters with the loves of their lives.
In an atmosphere that felt like an audition room, Noël’s team, dressed in red power suits, served cupcakes, chocolates, a veggie tray and Perrier as she interviewed potential matches in a separate room.
More than 60 women and just two men side-eyed each other as they filled out paperwork at the Sevan Art Gallery near Yonge and Isabella Sts.
(not a stretch of Yonge our millionaires are likely to bring their matches to again with its array of sex shops and massage parlours).
Amazing body, amazing face, they want intelligence,” she says.
“They’re looking for exceptionally beautiful women.”One millionaire man hopes for a more “natural beauty girl-next-door” type.
On the show, Carstens said, “If this was me, this is the one I would go for.
Brett Wilson said he was thinking of going on a date with one of The Real Housewives of Vancouver, his son Russell begged him not to do it. Wilson’s trademark charm must have won her over, though, as the pair has connected again, albeit away from the cameras. It’s more quality than quantity.” Wilson was one of four bachelors Carstens presented to Zilba, although he was only described as a wealthy entrepreneur, no names or pictures involved.
Still, the idea of meeting a woman whose description looked great on paper appealed to him.