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Teri Hatcher's Mom Tried to Get Her New Man on Cruise

September 27, 2010 (6:00 am) GMT
During her holiday in Europe, the actress' 75-year-old mother sent Hatcher a picture of private guide and wrote, 'He's very available and very undemanding.'

's mother is determined to end her daughter's days as a single woman - she's constantly searching out potential boyfriends for the actress. The "" star is twice-divorced and has been resolutely single over the last few years, but her 75-year-old mother is determined to find her a date.

Hatcher reveals her mum has been enjoying a holiday in Europe and even made time during her vacation to scout out potential love interests for her daughter. Hatcher says, "There is still no new man, but it is not for lack of my family and friends trying... She (my mother) goes on the cruise with her girlfriend - she's over there right now - she sends me a picture. She's e-mailing me what a great time (she's having and) sends me a picture that says, 'I'm with our private guide in Dubrovnik (in Croatia)' and the email says, 'He's very available and very undemanding'."

"I thought, 'OK, well wait. First of all, he's 12 and he lives in Italy (sic).' But 'undemanding'? That's the overriding quality my mum thinks I'm looking for? 'He's very undemanding'? So there is my mum on her cruise looking for a guy for me."

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