“He did a lot of good things in that fight. If I’m needed to come on board, then that’s a conversation we can have. That’s down to Dillian to speak about and Xav to speak about. That’s their camp and it’s not really my place, to be honest.”
She revealed: ‘There was a couple of years ago when [David] was travelling a lot about a year after he left Downing Street and I was working really hard on my business and it was one of the few times in our marriage when I just thought “I’m just not sure we are getting on […]
The 45-year-old has been approached to take part on next year’s series, filming for which would start later this year. A source close to the star says: ‘David loves cooking and has been doing a lot of it during lockdown. He’d be great for Bake Off’
“The carbon dioxide going out of the window as a consequence of meeting here is quite significant. So we could always say, ‘Was that really worthwhile expending that breath?’”
He realised he might be gay in his teens — a terrifying prospect at a time when homosexuality was still illegal — and Nilsen claims he once fondled his own sister as he tried to make sense of his sexuality.
‘Genetic testing doesn’t pick up all cases, as there may be genes involved that we as yet have not identified, but if we do find the gene change, it means we know who needs to go on to have clinical tests and who can be discharged.’
‘In fact, he was the antonym of convention. He was sufficiently wealthy in 1766 not to assist in this scheme. And he was aware of the widespread denunciation of slavery by his contemporaries, including in books by his friends and correspondents.’
“Mum, dad and baby are doing well,” the actor’s rep told People. “They appreciate all of your well wishes and thank you for respecting their privacy at this time.” David, 42, and Christina, 33, started dating in 2011, but split in mid-2012. “Sadly I’m single again,” he tweeted at the time. “A long distance proved […]
In his new documentary, A Life On Our Planet, the 94-year-old outlines the decline of the planet’s environment and biodiversity – and urges people to reduce the amount of meat they eat, just as he has in recent years.
‘There’s little left for the world. We have completely destroyed it. That is my witness statement, the story of global decline during a lifetime. If we continue on our current course the damage will be eclipsed by the damage that comes next.