to their 73 yearsamerican actor Richard Tiffany Gere It remains a symbol of strength and indisputable beauty. The various interpretations of him as a doctor, professor, husband, gigolo, journalist and gentleman are just one example of his versatility in the fiction we see on screen.
Nevertheless, in real life There are also signs of their demanding routine to stay fit and active, especially in relation to parenting. Gere He has three biological children, two of them born between 2018 and 2020. At the moment only the name of one of the children is known, Homer James, 22, who was the result of the relationship between the actor and Carey Lowell.
Currently, Gere is married to the Spanish publicist Alexandra Silva, who in 2019 celebrated the arrival of the couple’s first child: “Very happy receiving blessings for our precious treasure to come. I couldn’t mention it without first telling His Holiness, the Dalai Lama”. The mention of the Dalai Lama introduces us to one of Richard Gere’s keys to steal sand from time.
The tranquility of mind It is one of the fundamental pillars for Gere’s day to day. ago more than thirty years that the actor spends at least two hours of your daily time to meditate. In 2012, for example, she traveled to India to participate in a series of prayers and exercises with the Dalai Lama in the town of Bodhgaya, northeast of that country.
More here in time, in 2022, the sex symbol participated in the 87th birthday of the religious leader. On that occasion, he recounted how his beginnings were in the world of meditation. “I was able to meet His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Dharamshalain India, 40 years ago. This clearly changed my lifeGere said.
Gere, who in 2003 received the Golden Globe for best actor in a comedy or musical, is a vegetarian. not only for a health issue but also for religious reasons. When the year was 2010, the American heartthrob traveled to Bodhgaya and proposed to turn it into a “vegetarian zone”. The motion had its reason for being: it was there that Buddhism, according to the records of history, attained enlightenment and eternal devotion.
“As Bodhgaya is the sacred land where the Buddha attained enlightenment, consecrating it as a vegetarian zone would be in line with the true teachings of the Buddha,” he commented at the time. Tenzin Kunga Luding -a referent of that religion- before the IANS agency.
In this framework, Gere carries out a demanding eating routine which is meat free. Fresh fruits and vegetables; foods free of cholesterol, fat and sugars; and foods rich in vitamins and nutrients such as legumes, beans and lentils are common currency in the diet of this man. Of course, in his daily spreadsheet there is no place for the fast food.
Run and walk are two regular activities for Gere, who relies on a personal fitness trainer to polish and to make exercise routines more complex, respecting, of course, age. It is not the same to do it at the age of 20 as it is to do it at the age of 73. In any case, in this figure of the cinema the clock of time does not seem to exist, which for the rest of the mortals it is cruel and unavoidable.
The Gym It is another place frequented by the actor, although not with the same intensity. The exercises at fresh air that involve movement and dexterity are the basis and the priority to keep fit. For that reason, Gere practices dance at least since 2004, when he participated together with Jennifer Lopez from the romantic movie Shall We Dance? Directed by Peter Chelsom.
Thus, who was once considered “the sexiest man in the world” and “the most beautiful face on the planet” enjoys his days to the fullest with meditation, vegetarianism and aerobic exercise as bases. Gere participated in more than 30 movies throughout his life, and it is clear that he could do it in many more if he wanted to: his body and his strength more than allow it.
In 2017, the sex symbol left some phrases in the form of advice to have a happy and full life. One of them defines this man perfectly: “Forget chronological age: it’s just a number”.
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