Money can’t buy happiness. But can it buy true love?
That’s the question behind Lifetime’s new reality TV series, “Marrying Millions,” which debuts Wednesday and follows the lives of six couples with seriously mismatched incomes. Each episode tracks multiple pairs as they prepare for the big day — a stressful time for any partnership, with or without heaps of cash to contend with.
“I need a prenup. Signed,” Sean Lourdes tells his fiancée, Megan Thomas, on the show.“Marriage is not a business agreement,” Thomas replies.
The NYC couple, who live in Trump Tower, are one of the main pairs on “Marrying Millions.” Thomas, 25, is a model and the daughter of a California elementary school teacher and firefighter. Lourdes, 36, is the heir to an international publishing conglomerate called Auge Media and claims to be worth $30 million.