After words spread that his wedding to Crystal Harris has been called off just five days before the big day, Hugh Hefner is showered with support from some of his exes. Bridget Marquardt, Kendra Wilkinson and Holly Madison are among those offering some comfort to the Playboy magazine founder.
Bridget took to Twitter to share with her followers that she has stopped by the Playboy mansion to show support in person. "Just stopped by the mansion 2 give @hughhefner a hug. He seems to be handling this well. He even had a sense of humor about it! #LoveUHef," she wrote. Hef confirmed her visit by tweeting, "Bridget Marquardt came by to give me her loving support. Very dear."
Kendra, in the meantime, joked about what the 85-year-old needs to get over the sudden split. The 26-year-old reality star tweeted, "@hughhefner we r comin over w some jack n coke... oh n a pipe lol" Hef's other girlfriend Holly re-tweeted Kendra's posting, "U r too sweet. Wish I was there to support, too!"
The three "Girls Next Door" star weren't the only one showing their support. Hef's ex-wife Kimberley Conrad has also offered a shoulder to cry on. It was Hef himself who shared with his Twitter followers about it. "My ex, Kim Conrad, & her mother, came by to lend their emotional support. I appreciate it," he tweeted.
Hef, who was supposed to tie the knot with Crystal this Saturday, June 18 at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles, seemingly still kept his sense of humor intact despite the sudden break-up. After tweeting, "The breakup is a heart breaker, but better now than after the marriage," he joked, "Since we're not getting married on Saturday, I've scheduled a movie: 'Runaway Bride.' Seems appropriate."
On a more serious note, the Chief Creative Officer of Playboy Enterprises also made use of his Twitter to set the record straight on rumors surrounding the split. "The TMZ report that Crystal & I 'had a nasty argument,' prompting her to call off the wedding, is untrue. There were no arguments," he stressed.