Who will be Bridget Jones’s new man

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We met Bridget Jones two men Mark Darcy and Daniel in the first two movies “Bridget Jones’s Diary” and “Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason” and having killed off Darcy, the British Miss will have a new love in the third installment of the series about the buxom single.

The new man is Roxby McDuff also known as Roxster. People having been trying to figure out what the new man will look like and if he will in any way match up to the ideal Darcy, played by Colin Firth.

According to Helen Fielding, who wrote the Bridget Jones series he will be “gorgeous… more handsome than his photo and merry-looking.”

In an interview with Digital Spy, Fielding also described the 29-year-old Roxster as having “a slight gap between his front teeth”, “impressive, young physique”, “Straight nose, cheekbones, brows. His eyes were hazel and twinkly.”

The new man is being described as daft and funny and likes sports and a full English breakfast. He drinks beer and also likes vodka and Red Bull.

There are several options for the role and all are young and handsome. The leading options are the British actors in the following order: Eddie Redmayne, Aaron Taylor Johnson,Matt Smith, Douglas Booth, and Tom Hughes

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Salzburg, music’s birthplace

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Salzburg is the fourth largest city in Austria set high in the Alps with an old town renowned for its baroque architecture. The city, which is also known as the birthplace of the famous composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, has been a Unesco World Heritage Site since 1997 and was also site of the famous movie musical “The Sound of Music”.

Salzburg boasts many churches and cathedrals in Romanesque and gothicstyles among them the Nonnberg in St. Peter’s Cemetery and the St. George’s Chapel. The city sits on the banks of a river and many of the sites which were used in the movie as well as Mozart’s old house are tourist attractions.

Other places to visit include the historic city centre with its narrow cobblestone streets, theHohensalzburg Castle which is one of the largest in EuropeSalzburg Cathedral, theResidenzgalerie art museum, the Mirabell Palace and Gardens, and Hangar-7, a building owned by Red Bull which hosts a collection of historical planes, helicopters, and Formula Onerace cars.

Salzburg is served by an international airport as well as railways with connections from Munich,ViennaInnsbruck, and Zurich. Food is also important and there are a number of roadside pastries where one can buy Austrian delights such as Wiener schnitzel and apple strudel.

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