Elegance coach's tips for bagging a 'high class man' on This Morning
Elegance coach shares her tips for bagging an ‘affluent man’ on This Morning including ‘being feminine’ and ‘not being a doormat’ – but is slammed for her ‘archaic’ views
- School of Affluence founder Anna Bey appeared on This Morning today
- Swedish-born vlogger revealed her top tips for securing a ‘wealthy man’
- Her suggestions included ‘oozing confidence’ and ‘not being desperate’
An elegance coach has shared her top tips for securing a ‘wealthy man’, such as ‘oozing confidence’ and ‘not being desperate’ – but This Morning viewers were left unimpressed.
Anna Bey, who appeared on the ITV programme today, boasts over 943,000 subscribers on YouTube from sharing controversial advice that helped her to land herself an affluent boyfriend.
Speaking to presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, the Swedish-born ‘School of Affluence’ founder said confident and feminine women who set boundaries will easily bag themselves a wealthy partner.
Yet viewers said the vlogger’s suggestions were ‘setting women back’, as one Twitter user labelled them ‘archaic’.
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Anna Bey (pictured), who appeared on the ITV programme today, boasts over 943,000 subscribers on YouTube from sharing controversial advice that helped her to land herself an affluent boyfriend
Speaking to presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, the Swedish-born ‘School of Affluence’ founder (pictured) said confident and feminine women who set boundaries will easily bag themselves a wealthy partner
Revealing her tips for securing an ‘affluent man’, Anna said: ‘I do believe that confidence is one of the things that men find most attractive.
‘Ask any man out there and he will say it draws their attention to a woman. It makes her have more sex appeal if she is confident in herself and really shows herself to be herself. Walks and talks confidentiality, but not with overconfidence… not to turn into a diva.
She added: ‘I know we live in a society where femininity is a bit frowned upon because we think it’s all about being weak etc, but in my community we celebrate femininity.
‘I also know that many men appreciate a feminine woman because it allows him to step into his masculinity and that kind of feels good.’
The online elegance coach suggested that not being desperate would also attract a ‘dream man’.
Reaction: Yet viewers said the vlogger’s suggestions were ‘setting women back’, as one Twitter user labelled them ‘archaic’
‘It’s all about setting boundaries, all about not being desperate, or allowing yourself to be a doormat,’ she claimed.
‘I do believe that people who are people pleasers or doormats or desperate attract the “bad apples” and unfortunately many women this way end up in dysfunctional relationships and I really don’t want the women I teach or women in my community or women in the world to be suffering.
‘We have to end the suffering of women, we need to reclaim our power and really set boundaries, it’s very important,’ Anna said.
Anna, who said women should have at least one investment handbag to appear elegant, as well as sitting up straight and holding a champagne flute by the stem, also revealed how to spot a wealthy man.
‘Well you definitely want to find a man who’s not trying too hard,’ she explained. ‘When somebody’s trying too hard it’s usually for a reason so when somebody’s overly flashy, or wears too many logos or something like that.
Revealing her tips for securing an ‘affluent man’, Anna (pictured right) said: ‘I do believe that confidence is one of the things that men find most attractive’
‘Usually affluent men tend to be more discreet, say they wear clothing of high quality but that’s not going to have any logos on them and that’s a little trick on how to spot an affluent man.’
When asked whether finding a man is all about money, the elegance coach replied: ‘Of course, we would also like to have love, but we also want a financially secure partner. Both are important for women in my community.’
She added: ‘Everybody has different requirements of what type of financial security they want their partner to have, for some the threshold is quite low, for others it’s quite high.
‘I think we have a right to decide for ourselves what type of partner we want and I don’t think it’s anyone’s business to judge, if she wants to have an affluent partner, who says that’s wrong.’
However, some viewers weren’t impressed by Anna’s suggestions, with one writing: ‘This woman is setting women back.
‘What happened to independent women? You shouldn’t be relying on anyone. It’s opening up women to be abused, especially financially abused.’
Another said: ‘ If you had to change everything about yourself for a man, how is that a man of your dreams?’
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