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Billionaire Put Up a Gigantic Mural Of Him And His New Wife In NYC To Get Back At His Ex-Wife

Launch of the Paris Opera 350th Anniversary in New York with the American Friends of the Paris Opera and Ballet

I saw this story this morning and it’s one of my favorite stories I’ve seen in a long time. It made me stop in my tracks when I saw it on the front page of the NY Post in Starbucks. I nearly spit out my coffee that I was slowly sipping on because it was quite hot when I saw this:

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All time power move. This man despises his ex-wife so much that he put up a picture of himself and his new much younger wife up in NYC for all to see. And it’s so good because this man HATES his ex-wife so, so much.

Page Six - Megadeveloper Harry Macklowe has found the perfect wedding present for the beautiful French woman he’s marrying Thursday — a towering portrait of the two of them, smiling side by side.

And it’s plastered all over the very same Park Avenue building where his ex-wife walked away from a chance to buy a palatial pad.

Visible for blocks, the polyester-mesh installation graces the northwest corner of Macklowe’s landmark condominium complex at 432 Park Ave., billed as the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere.

The portrait of the two lovebirds stretches 42 feet by 24 feet, and is a photo by the famed Parisian firm Studio Harcourt.

It’s in black and white, as is its unwritten message to Linda Macklowe, 80, who will not be on any of the guest lists Thursday.

And best of all,

The Macklowe divorce — after 58 years of marriage — was so bitter that at one point, the developer boasted of offering Linda half his $2?billion fortune just to go away.

During breaks in the divorce court proceedings, he regaled reporters with a string of “Take my wife — please”-style jokes in a courthouse hallway.

My man!!! He offered her 1 BILLION dollars just to go away. After 58 years of marriage, no less! The article goes into more details about how they have been arguing over their casual $700 million art collections and multiple houses. And where the huge mural is hanging is one of the properties that they owned together. It’s the definition of billionaire spite. It’s beautiful.