GWS and beau opted for the couples lemongrass body-wrap and massage.
And de Lesseps recently met a beau, a Frenchman—and, as luck would have it, one who doesn't watch television.
New-York-born beau Rosenwald moves to Los Angeles in 1960, and his charisma helps him become a wealthy Hollywood agent.
"attendant suitor of a lady," 1720, from French beau "the beautiful," noun use of an adjective, from Old French bel "beautiful, handsome, fair, genuine, real" (11c.), from Latin bellus "handsome, fine, pretty, agreeable," diminutive of bonus "good" (see bene-). Meaning "man who attends excessively to dress, etiquette, etc.; a fop; a dandy" is from 1680s, short for French beau garçon "pretty boy" (1660s).