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Thursday, August 8, 2013

Meet Wes Clark's 30-year-old girlfriend

Posted By on Thu, Aug 8, 2013 at 11:42 AM

GENERALLY FRIENDLY: Shauna Mei, liked to Wesley Clark.
  • GENERALLY FRIENDLY: Shauna Mei, linked to Wesley Clark.
Thanks to the New York Post for an update on the love life of Little Rock Airport Commissioner Wesley Clark (also known as a retired general and former NATO Commander.)

...he is dating 30-year-old Shauna Mei, the founder of online retailer AHAlife.com.

Clark, who was married to Gertrude Kingston Clark for 45 years before filing for divorce last year, is spending time with the young New York-based entrepreneur, who graduated from MIT and worked at Goldman Sachs as an investment banker before launching her luxury e-commerce site.

Clark and Mei were spotted together recently in the Hamptons, prompting rumors of a relationship. We’re told that despite the 38-year age difference, they “looked very affectionate, it was clear they were a couple. They were holding hands, they were not trying to hide their relationship.” Society spies say the couple look great together, with one female admirer gushing, “He is in tremendous shape.”

Clark and Mei didn't respond to Post questions.

A May trial of the Clarks' divorce was cancelled as the parties tried to work out a property settlement.

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