Wendi Deng is divorced from 83 year old media mogul Rupert Murdoch. The business executive is now rich in the manner of few people in the world as she received a Chinese mansion and the couple's 3-story Fifth Avenue apartment in New York. However, the question many within the entertainment and media industry have is whether she will ever be able to have another relationship with the type of men she prefers, powerful and extremely wealthy.
She worked her way up the corporate ranks and became a star within Rupert Murdoch's companies, Fox TV and Star TV and she became a leader within the company in helping form business connections with China.
However, her rise to the top is 'dotted' with the men she has left in her wake and she has developed a reputation as a 'golddigger' who finds men of wealth, spends time with them until she has what she needs and then moves on. Her diary entries which disclose her fascination with ex-British Prime Minister Tony Blair and his visiting the home of her and ex-husband Rupert Murdoch when he was away on business are damning enough to make a powerful man wary.
She has recently started to re-emerge on the New York social scene at events such as the recent New York Observer event at which she looked stunning in a sporty black mesh dress with black studded ankle boots and a tan leather handbag.
However, entertainment and business insiders speculate that its unlikely women with powerful, successful husbands will be comfortable having her in their presence and definitely not alone. The jury of public opinion is mixed about this single, attractive rich business woman but the question for her and the future is whether the release of her diary entries will be the 'anchor' that prevents Wendi Deng from having a relationship with the type of man she finds most attractive, the rich and powerful man?