TWO'S COMPANY THREE'SS ACOWELL; Pop's Mr Nasty Shows He's Not Idle When It Comes to Sharing an Intimate Moment .. He Has a Few Options to Choose From

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TWO'S COMPANY THREE'SS ACOWELL; Pop's Mr Nasty Shows He's Not Idle When It Comes to Sharing an Intimate Moment .. He Has a Few Options to Choose From


Byline: By Lindsay Clydesdale

TV's Mr Nasty has found another reason to look smug.Pop Idol judge Simon Cowell has dated an endless conveyor belt of beautiful models, singers and hangers-on, but his current set-up beats them all.

The multi-millionaire claims to have slept with 100 women, but can't seem to let one former lover go.

As these pictures show, he doesn't care who knows it not even his current girlfriend Terri Seymour.

Jackie St Clair, the dark-haired former model and Miss Nude UK, previously joined Simon and Terri on a romantic holiday to Barbados and was snapped thoroughly enjoying her host's company.

Earlier this month, the strange threesome were also seen dining together at posh LA restaurant The Ivy.

'The latest pictures were taken in Beverly Hills, where the three wandered round the shops and enjoyed lunch before driving off in Cowell's latest boy-toy a top-of--the range Bentley Azure.

The music boss, 44, has madeno secret of his continued relationship with Jackie, who has accompanied himon holiday half-a-dozen times.

The pair split 20 years ago but have remained close and Cowell calls her his best friend.

They seemed very friendly when current squeeze Terri left the table for a while. Jackie's exes include pop star Prince and she's been married to a friend of Cowell's for 17 years -but still it appears she craves the company of the famously-harsh record company boss.

For Record agony aunt Joan Burnie, Cowell's appeal is a mystery.

She says: 'At well over a decade older than 30-year--old Terri, St Clair wears her years well.

'Certainly on the evidence of their holiday snaps, Simon would appear to be more than willing to appreciate Jackie's ample charms along with her attentions.

'Maybe she was just being,well, best-friendly. Or her hand slipped.

'While it is not too difficult to see why Cowell is as happy as a pig in muck, it isn't quite so easy to understand why Terri is willing to put up with someone getting that up close and personal with her alleged boyfriend.

'Especially when she has her back turned.'

Terri's acceptance of the situation maybe linked to Simon's growing popularity and increasing celebrity status, according to Joan.

'Cowell insists that no-one should get the wrong idea about his and St Clair's less than conventional set up.

'Gosh, no. Jackie, after all, has been happily married for more than 15 years to someone else, who is also a very, very good friend of Simon. …

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