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Gerard Butler admires the beauty of Greek women

17 November 2010 / 15:11:48  GRReporter
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The Hollywood actor Gerard Butler known as the Spartan Leonidas from the movie "300" seems to admire the beauty of Greek women. First, there were the rumours for a romantic relationship with Jennifer Aniston, who is of Greek origin, and now he was fascinated by Eleni Skoula Kokkalis who he met in the New York's restaurant The Lion. Gerard Butler did not tear his gaze away from Eleni Kokkalis all night while they had dinner at different tables in the restaurant of the popular chef John De Lucie, who gathers celebrities from around the world.

Butler and famous chef De Lucie know each other very well ever since De Lucie was cooking for Wanerly Inn – owned by VanityFair, where the actor could be seen often as he is known connoisseur of good food. But Gerard Butler’s attention was not focused on the menu that night at Lion but on the Greek blonde at the opposite table.

The evening when the charming Gerard Butler found himself in the same place and at the same time with Eleni Skoula, who was wearing stylish dress with the signature of Αlexander Wang he was "constantly looking and smiling at her," said a trusted source of Vima newspaper and a witness of the flirting. "Her blonde long hair perhaps reminded him of another woman with a charming Greek root: his ex-girlfriend Jennifer Aniston," he said.

"Ultimately, the Scotsman Gerard, who is building his career in Hollywood and is quite expensive actor, but a heartbreaker too, apparently has an affinity for Greek women, but those of lighter colours ... but the shy Elena did not pay attention to him. She was totally devoted to the interesting conversation with her friends and to choose the menu for the evening. That evening Eleni Skoula Kokkalis was in the company of Thomas and Natasha Liakounakou who also were on business in New York.

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