Crystal Harris - the woman who ran away from Playboy chief Hugh Hefner a week before their wedding - is now back living at the mansion, according to Hef.
"Getting back together with Crystal Harris shouldn't be a big surprise, since I have a history of remaining close to former girlfriends," he tweeted on Friday.
We don't know why he's so happy to have her back: The blonde Playmate left Hefner a week before their June 2011 wedding, saying she had a change of heart. The real reason? She was reportedly seeing Dr. Phil's son, Jordan McGraw, on the side.
The return of Harris has reportedly upset the 85-year-old's current girlfriends. Shera Berchard allegedly left after she came back, according to RadarOnline. Hef said that's not the case at all.
"Shera & my other Mansion girlfriends welcomed Crystal here at dinner on Tuesday night, before playing games together," he tweeted. "Shera is in Canada visiting her family, which is unrelated to Crystal being here."
Hefner has had his fair share of young girlfriends over the years, though they've all moved on. What are they doing now?
Holly Madison was Hef's main girlfriend for several years and was the subject of the reality show "Girls Next Door" with co-gal pals Kendra Wilkinson and Bridget Marquardt. She eventually decided to leave after Hef repeatedly refused to get married and went on to date illusionist Criss Angel, among other questionable dudes.
Recently, she's been the headliner at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas' "Peepshow," a sexy striptease musical. She won't be there for much longer, though: Madison just announced her intention to leave the show at the end of the year.
"I'm so proud to have made a mark in Las Vegas with this amazing show and am looking forward to celebrating 'Peepshow' with my fans through the end of the year," the reality star told the Las Vegas Sun on May 31.
Wilkinson is the only one of the three "Girls Next Door" to get married and start a family. She married NFL player Hank Baskett and had a son, Hank Baskett IV, in 2009. Now, the outspoken reality star is headed back to television for her third series - "Kendra on Top" - starting on June 5 on WE tv.
Wilkinson is more than ready to give cameras another inside look at her life - all of it.
"Hank is in his terrible twos, and we have to deal with his tantrums. But I am not ashamed to parent my child, on or off camera," she told Star magazine in a recent interview.
Bridget Marquardt rounded out the three "Girls Next Door," but she received the least attention out of all them (though we always thought she was the prettiest of the three.) The reality star did a variety of reality projects after leaving the Mansion, including "Bridget's Sexiest Beaches" on the Travel Channel.
She was to star in a new E! reality show that profiled her current life and relationship, but the network declined to pick up the pilot.
Kristina and Karissa Shannon
Twins Kristina and Karissa Shannon - along with Harris - moved in to become Hef's main girlfriends after the "Girls Next Door" left. However, the eventually left the mansion to pursue more Playmate opportunities when Harris became Hef's main girlfriend. Most recently, they participated in "Celebrity Big Brother" in the U.K.
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