Here's how David Copperfield found his new love after his split from supermodel Claudia Schiffer

Rebelander Basilan
Jan 11, 2019
01:57 A.M.
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After being engaged for six years, David Copperfield and Claudia Shiffer called it quits. Today, David has found love once more and is reportedly very happy with his new partner.

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The 62-year-old magician, who has so far sold 33 million tickets and grossed over $4 billion, concentrated on his work after his separation from German supermodel Shiffer in September 1999.

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Copperfield has wowed a lot of people throughout his career. With his skills as a magician, he definitely became a household name.

However, as we all know, love appears from nowhere when you least expect it.

Copperfield met Chloe Gosselin, a French fashion model 28 years his junior. The two quickly felt the chemistry between them.

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Though Copperfield and Gosselin kept their relationship private, they were seen in public together several times. 

In 2014, the couple finally announced they were engaged. But the pair hasn't got married yet. 

Copperfield and Gosselin have a daughter, Sky, together. They welcomed their child in February 2010.

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Recently, Copperfield took to Instagram to share a photo of himself and Gosselin.

"HAPPY BIRTHDAY my LOVE," he wrote.

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Copperfield has wowed a lot of people throughout his career. With his skills as a magician, he definitely became a household name.

In fact, Copperfield was described as the most commercially successful magician in history. The US Library of Congress even named him as the Living Legend.

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He was also the first magician to be given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

In 1993, Copperfield was able to fly with a female audience during an onstage illusion act. This was considered the world’s greatest illusion onstage of all time.

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He founded “Project Magic” in 1992 which aids persons with disability to bring back "lost dexterity skills by the use of sleight of hand magic trick."

The American Occupational Therapy Association approved this method and is presently being used in 1100 hospitals.

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In 2007 at a charity show for UNICEF in Los Angeles, he executed the Orson Welles Buzz Saw trick on Cat Deeley, British TV presenter, and split her in half.

Forbes Magazine declared him to be the 10th highest paid star by earning $55 million back in 2003. In 2009, he made $30 million just from his entertainment gigs alone.

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