Based on her assessment, Bezos won’t have a tough time finding love again.
“He’s a catch. He’s not a loser. It’s not about the money … He has a lot of charisma,” the famous matchmaker told Page Six over the phone on Wednesday. “He’s super sexy. When you’re trying to build an empire like he is — he’s an innovator, he’s a visionary — you need a partner that has that visionary experience, too. She might be slowing down … She might want to relax … and there might have been a mutual separation of not going in the same direction.”
The Amazon founder and his estranged wife said in a statement they’ll continue to be friends and co-parent their four children.
“We feel incredibly lucky to have found each other and deeply grateful for every one of the years we have been married to each other,” their statement read. “If we had known we would separate after 25 years, we would do it all again.”
Although it’s unclear whether the former couple has a prenup—though Washington state is a “community property state”—the “Million Dollar Matchmaker” said the money probably won’t matter to Bezos.
“I think they’ll be best friends,” Stanger shared. “People are wondering how much she’s going to get paid, do they have a prenup I don’t think he cares because I think he has so much money that he’ll keep going and making more.”
As for who 54-year-old Bezos could be seen with next, Stanger mused that there probably won’t be one specific person for a while.
“I feel like he’s going to dabble and dip, dabble and dip. I also think he’s not stupid,” Stanger explained. “He knows that women can use him for money that there are a lot of golddiggers out there … There’s a lot of people who could be like, ‘I want to date Jeff Bezos,’ but they’re not looking at the real Jeff Bezos.”
She added, “He’s going to take his time to get the next marriage going, but he might play the field a bit.”
Given Bezos and MacKenzie’s quick relationship—they dated for three months before getting engaged and tying the knot three months later—Stanger doesn’t suspect he’ll be single for long.
“He likes a partner,” she observed. “I feel like he’s a relationship guy. I don’t see him single for a very long time.”
He won’t have trouble finding a woman either. “I feel like people are going to throw him every woman under the sun,” quipped Stanger before adding, “I think he’s going to pick a girl that’s quite different from what he normally dates, a real hustler girl that can keep up with him.”
If Bezos does find himself struggling to meet a woman, Stanger offered her matchmaking services.
Stanger will also be giving out even more advice and insight on her first East Coast live tour that’s kicking off in February.