Talented singer and performer Prince would forever be remembered as the eccentric star who redefined rock music onstage. He was involved with many women during his lifetime, one of which was Judith Hill, his much younger lover.
Prince's fame afforded him an extravagant lifestyle, including expensive vacations, parties, and being surrounded by the most beautiful ladies who loved him.
Like many celebrities, he had an intriguing reality before his demise. One of which was his involvement with women. Prince changed lovers a couple of times and was seen in public with these attractive women.
Before Prince's demise, he was in a relationship with Judith Glory Hill. She is a talented singer/songwriter and is 25 years his junior— which was never an issue in their romance.
Shortly after Prince died, the celebrity's much younger girlfriend made some shocking revelations, emphasizing the fact that she had a great relationship with the performer but was kept in the dark about his pain.
PRINCE'S LAST ROMANCE
These two became serious with their relationship in 2014. They began dating after Prince noticed her—she had granted an interview during her time on the singing competition "The Voice" and gushed about working with the iconic musician.
While they worked together, these two happened to develop a bond and, in no time, became lovers. Hill was younger in age; still, this did not bother either party as they continued their romance.
When they were working together, the younger singer was issued a lawsuit warning, stating that she breached her contract with producer Jolene Cherry by working with Prince rather than honoring the exclusive recording contract with Sony and Cherry.
Still, this did not shake their bond; they continued to grow together, touring around the world, until Prince took his last breath and closed his eyes forever.
The famous performer died in 2016, after which Hill explained that during his final days, her boyfriend had complained about his boring life and how empty he felt after his final concert, following his previous overdose episode.
Things took a different turn when the pair were on their way to his mansion in Paisley Park estate, outside Minneapolis, and were having dinner while chit-chatting about the night's performance.
Prince would later pass out that night prompting his crew and girlfriend to make an emergency landing in Moline, Illinois, as there was nothing that could revive him on the plane.
When they landed, the singer was restored with Narcan and felt better after some visitors like Janelle Monae visited him. Sadly, within a week of the incident, Prince was confirmed dead, with an autopsy that pointed towards an accidental overdose of opioid painkillers.
REVELATIONS AFTER HIS DEATH
The world mourned for the thrilling and eccentric singer in 2016, and Hills confessed that his company would be greatly cherished, as she leaned on him mostly.
While Prince was in the spotlight and passionate about his works, he had struggled with some personal body pains following his years of onstage vibrancy and hip surgery. Not many people knew this, not even his girlfriend. Hill explained that:
"I only know what everyone knows about his pain— I read about it...He was quick on his feet. Never said anything, that this is hurting, never a sign of struggle. That's why it's all very shocking."
WHO IS PRINCE'S LAST LOVER?
Judith Hill is very involved with the entertainment industry and has been interested in pursuing a career in the industry for a long time. She has a catalog of achievements and is a star in her own right.
Hill was supposed to be on the "This Is It" tour with Michael Jackson in 2009 before his tragic demise. She later performed at his memorial and released a tribute titled "I Will Always Be Missing You."
In 2013, she also competed in a singing talent show, "The Voice," and made it to the top 8. She later toured with John Legend and Josh Groban. The "The Voice" alum later bagged home a Grammy in 2015 for the best music film.
These days she is still an active performer and updates her fans on Instagram with different photos displaying her fantastic talent. In April, she paid tribute to her deceased lover by sharing a post that read:
"Truly and forever grateful to you Prince. Yes, it has been 5 years now [...] But, you taught me courage, strength, and firepower [...] Continuing the work."
Apart from Judith Hill, there were also other women who were associated with the singer, and they shared a romantic bond with him. One of his earliest romances was with Carmen Electra in the early '90s as they dated for a while.
Prince also dated one of his vixens, Apollonia Kotero, who was in his hit track "Purple Rain." The two became attached after the video and were romantically involved for some time.
A Hollywood actress, Sherilyn Fenn, was with him for a very short time, and after his death, she admitted that he was a good inspiration and had changed her life.
Another movie powerhouse, Kim Basinger, who later married Alec Baldwin, shared a fairytale love story with the famous performer in 1989.
Prince was also rumored to have dated actress Vanessa Marcil, and the rumor mills hinted that he wrote his 1995 hit tune "The Most Beautiful Girl In The World," for her, as she also appeared in the song.
His other lovers were Vanity, a former Playboy cover girl, and a singer named Sheila E. Despite Prince's numerous girlfriends, there were some he went the extra mile with by walking them down the aisle. The singer married twice in his lifetime.
His first wife was Mayte Garcia. They were married for two years and had a son who died after birth. Manuela Testolini was his second wife from 2001 to 2005. Despite Prince's colorful relationships, his past lovers always made exceptional comments about him.
Although he was associated with drug use, having sexual content in his songs, and a high wave performance, he earned maximum respect from his close pals, ex-lovers, and fans, showing that he had a good side as opposed to his inner demons.
September 15, 2021