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Then, a couple of years later, when your gurgling baby turns into a beautiful, walking, talking little person, mum suddenly files for divorce – and demands custody of the child you reared while she made her fortune.
It would be a bitter pill for any man to swallow – and right now, Romain Dauriac, aka Mr Scarlett Johansson, is publicly choking on it.
They are yet to publicly confirm that they're dating.
But the evidence was undeniable early Sunday morning, as Scarlett Johansson was spotted kissing beau Colin Jost in New York City.
Scarlett, who has a Tony and a BAFTA to her name, cut a chic figure in a navy overcoat, a matching pageboy cap and a V-necked black dress.
The Vicky Christina Barcelona star had slid into black boots and fishnets.
Now, it will all be about lawyers proving who was Rose’s “primary caregiver.” This standard tries to determine which parent has been responsible for meeting most of the child's daily needs, such as feeding, bathing, playing, waking and putting to bed, making doctor appointments, arranging for child care, and so on.
aced with a raft of skilled lawyers propelled by an endless torrent of money, for Dauriac the outlook is stormy.
And here’s where this rarified story has implications for our own ordinary lives.
Celebrity divorces are unpredictable affairs, as the hugely acrimonious split of Angelia Jolie and Brad Pitt showed.
Last September, Jolie claimed Pitt had physically assaulted their 15-year-old son, Maddox, while on a plane.
(As an aside, one wonders, will Johansson continue her quest for gender equality and give half her fortune to Dauriac, or at least half the dough she earned while he kept baby?
) or now, we are left guessing, as Johansson has said she will “never, ever” talk about the end of her marriage for the sake of her daughter and, bizarrely, “out of respect for all working moms”.
As Glen Poole of the Men & Boys Coalition says: “The entire system of parenting in the UK is set up around the presumption that mother knows best and that when parents separate there should be a primary parent”.