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Really likes pigeons.
Obsessed with Stephen Gerrard
Saw snow for the first time when she was 24
Once featured in the background of a TV interview with Ben Affleck.
Travelled to the Dalai Lama's temple, only to discover that he wasn't there.
Played the horn and trombone but couldn't read music. Cue end of musical career.
Supported the Bay City Rollers on one of their later tours.
Went to the same college as Simon Pegg.
Represented England at ski racing.
Keen mono-skier with a powerboat 2 boat licence.
Mistaken for Corrie’s Des Barnes. Signed autographs at a nightclub opening.
Descendent of a Polish Count. Should really be addressed as ‘Countess’ at work.
Member of an improv comedy group.
Descendent of the McQuillans of Dunluce Castle, a Game of Thrones location.
Went to the same school as Eric Idle.
Once got her head stuck in a train door – half in, half out – for 10 minutes.
Erstwhile hard-core rocker and skateboarder.
Subject of a match-making attempt by Count Alexi Orlov, to pair her with his butler.
Once appeared in a Bon Jovi music video.
Once served bread to Prince Charles. He chose the olive bread.
Can run really, really fast.
Named for Derby County. But an Aston Villa fan, to the dismay of her parents.
Once chased down the high street by a fist waving, angry Brian Clough.
Learning Welsh. Shwmae! Ellie ydw i. Rwy’n dysgu Cymraeg.
Tore a sizeable hole in his thigh whilst drunkenly trying to vault railings.
Won a Blue Peter badge.
Once stood in the prison cell once occupied by gangster Al Capone in Alcatraz.
Lived in a castle until he was 3 years old.
Surname means ‘Fox’ in Nether–German dialects. But born in South Staffordshire.
Sipped from the Queen’s glass of Dubonnet (complete with lipstick marks).
His great grandfather guarded the Queen’s bedchamber.
A direct descendant of Robert the Bruce, King of Scots, 5 times removed.
Won a BBC TV comedy award. Has a book coming out (at some point before she dies).
Currently learning French.
Halifax ‘UK Neighbour of the Year’ 2020.
Dreams of driving buses on rural routes.
Played rugby at Murrayfield Stadium.
Was bought a birthday cake by Michael Dell of Dell computers at a casino in Monaco.
Has experienced temperatures almost 100° apart: -45°C in Banff, Canada and +53°C in Muscat, Oman.
Represented Scotland swimming in the 1500 metres freestyle at the age of 15 – broke the woman’s world record.
Shared the same stage as Jimi Hendrix.
Travelled all the way to Providence (Rhode Island, USA) to meet Stan Lee.
DJed at raves in Australia, playing happy hardcore, techno and trance.
Awarded the coveted prize (at The Kings Arms pub in Victoria, London) of Ladies Darts Champion.
Has at least 50 indoor plants.
Worcestershire county trampolining champion for 3 years running.