by William Moultrie
Buenos Aires – One day after South Carolina’s First Lady Jenny Sanford made a splash in the pages of Vogue magazine, her husband’s lover Maria Belen Chapur is set to appear on the cover of the Argentine edition of Elle magazine.
Until now, the only available images of Chapur have been grainy archive shots and there have been no interviews with her discussing Governor Sanford. According to reports coming out of South America, the September issue of Argentine Elle will feature not only an extensive conversation going into intimate detail, but also a multi-page “tastefully done” photo spread. The issue is expected to hit South American newsstands on Wednesday.
In addition to the attention the two women are receiving from the print media, yesterday marked the release of an online trailer for an upcoming mini-series on the love triangle. The sneak peek at the series reportedly has Hollywood buzzing and rumors are that Madonna is considering playing yet another Argentine heroine in a movie adaptation.
While the article on Jenny Sanford focused largely on her marriage, the Chapur profile is apparently an exhaustive look at her entire life, including details of former lovers, favorite destinations, recipes, and tips on how to deal with erectile dysfunction (ED). The ED advice, she emphatically explains more than once in the article, was experience gained from a prior relationship.
In excerpts obtained exclusively by theDiscust, she relates several anecdotes, including the following: (Editor’s note: We don’t speak Spanish so we were forced to rely on internet translation software for the following quotes.)
“We returned apartment and we cleared our clothes immediately. That I was almost so hot in my plane didn’ t does inside before peeling. It fixedly marks as soon as cautious to soft and fact me a joke on heat and humidity. Then we screwed.”
In another passage, she appears to describe Sanford talking to his staff from her bedroom.
“The telephone sounded when éramos in bed once and was its press secretary. He said to him that he encamped or who something, but that all along that he combed the hair.”
Neither Governor Sanford nor his wife would comment for this story.