Arnold Schwarzenegger wears a cowboy hat, puffs a cigar and drives a DOORLESS Hummer in Beverly Hills
By YANA KAY FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 19:11 GMT, 7 September 2014 | UPDATED: 09:48 GMT, 8 September 2014
Are you sure you’re not American? Arnold Schwarzenegger was born and raised in Austria.
But The Expendables 3 star looked like a true American as he left Cafe Roma in Beverly Hills on Saturday. The 67-year-old former California Governor was wearing not just a cowboy hat, but also cowboy boots and a camouflage T-shirt with a bald eagle and American crest on it as he puffed on a cigar while climbing into a Hummer, which had no doors.
He looked as cool as they come and appeared to be in good spirits, embracing the doorless freedom offered by the rugged vehicle. Also at Cafe Roma that afternoon was Mickey Rourke, but they were not seen together. Later in the day, Arnie was spotted going for a ride on his red motorcycle in Santa Monica.
The Austrian Oak, who has an estimated net worth of $300m, didn’t appear to have a care in the world as he laughed and smiled while enjoying his lavish lifestyle. Arnold was left by his wife Maria Shriver after it emerged he had fathered a child with their Mexican maid. New claims have also emerged that she herself had an affair while they were together.
A shocking report from The National Enquirer claimed Maria had an affair with his own campaign strategist, flaunting the relationship in front of staffers five years before her husband’s affair with the family maid was exposed. She reportedly debuted boyfriend Matthew Dowd last month at her cousin Bobby Kennedy Jr.’s wedding – introducing him to the family at the Kennedy Compound in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts.
According to initial reports, the two have been seeing each other for less than a year. However, the New York Post claims that they started their relationship in 2006 when he was serving as chief strategist for Arnold’s gubernatorial reelection campaign. Schwarzenegger found out, but she continued the relationship anyway, according to the newspaper.