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Celeb Mom Elizabeth Hurley: "I Think Ive Learned Much More About Men Through My Son."

Elizabeth Hurley and son Damian HurleyPlease tell me I’m not the only woman out there that’s happy to hear it-should-be-illegal-to-be-so-gorgeous 45 year-old Elizabeth Hurley admit that she doesn’t know everything there is to know about men.

Hurley is no experienced kid when it comes to high profile relationships: she’s been in relationships with a variety of men, including Hugh Grant, Indian businessman Arun Nayar and her current beau, cricketer Shane Warne.

But where is she getting relationship advice? From her 9 year-old son Damien!

Hurley tells The Sunday Time Style magazine:  “Now I’m learning about boys. I think I’ve learned much more about men through my son.”

Damien’s father is American businessman Steve Bing. Bing originally denied paternity by alleging that he and Hurley had a brief, non-exclusive relationship in 2001. A DNA test proved otherwise, and since then Bing has been a responsible father to Damien.

Hurley went on to say: “I hadn’t realized how simple [men] are. I mean just basic, simple needs. Since I’ve seen that, a lot of things have fallen into place about them.”

Hurley filed for divorce from Arun Nayar earlier this month after being married since March 2007 (Elton John gave her away during the ceremony!). Since December 2010, Hurley has been romantically linked with Australian cricketer Shane Warne.

Sounds like maybe she needs to continue her relationships-with-men lessons with someone a little more seasoned…what do you think?

Photo: PRPhotos

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