These men have Turkish wives and you’d never guess
Ayda Field joined the club of Turkish-wives-you’ve-never-heard of when she tied the knot with singer Robbie Williams.
Ayda Field is the daughter of Turkish advertising executive Haldun Evecan who has split with Ayda`s mother Gwen Field in 1982. He had no contact with his daughter Ayda until she was 18.
Befora Ayda got married to Robbie Williams, she called her father Haldun Evecan to get his blessing for the wedding. Haldun Evecan is now preparing to throw a lavish wedding and reception for the newlyweds in Istanbul so that that Fields` Turkish family can toast the couple. “Ayda said ‘baba, I love you so much because you gave me the most important gift in my life’…she wants to see her grandmother Sabahat again. She`s 92 and would love to dance at Ayda`s wedding,” said Evecan.
Can I call you “eniste”?
Another unknown Turkish wife is Actor Jason Lee’s Australian Turkish wife
Ceren Alkac, whose parents are from Izmir, is an Australian Turkish model.
Ceren and Jason met in 2007 at a party in Britain. A few months after they met, they got married in July 2008 in Norwalk, California.
With a flourishing career that includes an Independent Spirit Award for his performance in writer-director Kevin Smith’s Chasing Amy (1997) and memorable roles in multiple features for such directors as Smith, Cameron Crowe and Lawrence Kasdan, Jason Lee has solidly established himself among critics, directors and peers.
Lee starred in NBC comedy series, “My Name Is Earl” (2005), about a hapless crook who has an epiphany after winning a small fortune in the lottery. Determined to change his karma, “Earl” sets out to right all the wrongs he’s inflicted on people. Lee received Golden Globe and SAG Award nominations the past two seasons for his role of “Earl Hickey”. At the time the article was originally published the show was now in its third season.
His Turkish/Australian model wife Ceren Alkac gave birth to their first child, a daughter, on August 10, 2008.
This article originally appeared on EverythingTurkish