Hef passed away at the Playboy Mansion on Wednesday at the age of 91. Just days after being dumped by runaway bride Crystal Harris, Playboy founder Hugh Hefner is moving on… According to a TMZ report, Hef, 85, has been getting cozy with Anna Sophia Berglund (pictured top left), who just happens to be a Playboy Playmate. Sources reveal things have gotten serious between Hef and Anna, who has now moved into his room.
Crystal was born Crystal Harris, April 29, 1986, in Lake Havasu, Arizona.While Crystal is a US citizen, her parents are from Britain.Hugh Hefner, who died Wednesday evening at 91, is survived by his wife, Crystal Hefner.Hugh has been linked romantically to many women, but he has had only three wives.In fact, Hef and Anna have taken to calling each other “babe” around other people, and during a recent movie night at the Playboy Mansion, the two were seen cuddling and kissing during the entire movie.
A source states, “It’s clear Hef has moved on to Anna.” Even worse, Anna is said to have been Crystal’s BFF in the Playboy Mansion.And yes, those aspects grew increasingly creepy-seeming the older he got and the younger his female companions got.The twice-divorced publisher was 86 when on New Year's Eve, 2012, he married 26-year-old Crystal Harris, a model he first met in 2008 when she showed up for a Halloween party at The Playboy Mansion dressed in a French maid costume.Crystal could often be spotted in Hugh's Instagram feed.Hugh's son Cooper Hefner also mentioned Crystal in his tribute to his father, posted on Twitter on Thursday.Unlike some businessmen who leave their work at the office at the end of the day, Hefner embodied to an outrageous degree the Fully aware of the criticisms his publishing empire faced, namely that his magazine's very existence demeaned women and was setting the male-female power dynamic back 50 years (in many circles the mag never recovered from Gloria Steinem's damning 1963 exposé after she spent 11 days undercover as a Playboy Bunny), Hefner never relented from his position that in 2013. Through the years, included works by some of the greatest fiction writers and journalists of all time, as well as interviews with the likes of Martin Luther King Jr., Miles Davis, Bette Davis (who famously said that she felt "abortion is better than having 10,000,000 children you can't support"), John Lennon and Yoko Ono, and Steve Jobs.