Dating widower problems
I must admit, however reluctantly, that it could be a great pairing. She gets up at 5am while I slumber on, leaves at 6am, and somehow manages to put in an 18-hour day, fitting in dance lessons among her TV commitments. From what I can see, Ruth is lucky to walk at all, let alone dance. I knew there was something wrong before the routine started. Jack and I aren’t happy, the aforementioned asking: ‘Dad, I thought it was mum who was supposed to be doing the training, not us? Strangely, though, we both miss being bossed about by her, too.
The house is almost eerie without her wailing ‘Jaaaaack! ’, as she is prone to do, particularly concerning matters involving the bins, the dog, food, television or answering the front door.
I have fast become #Team Eamack, making huge sacrifices like going to the Strictly studio instead of our usual Manchester United matches.
Ruth is working so hard learning the Charleston that I haven’t seen her since Sunday.
So you can imagine how my life and that of our 15-year-old son Jack has been thrown into disarray.
I’m also concerned, in truth, about the dancing itself. The thing is, Ruth’s like a frightened horse – if you pet it, it could bite you.
Whatever money was left would then be split with his son and daughter with all four children getting an equal share.
She’s started waking me when she gets home, so we can say hi.
It’s like the first flush of love – I look forward to a text!
Under the terms of the new will all the money that will come from the sale of his property portfolio will go to his son Bradley and daughter Stacey.
Michael and Paul will not get any money from their stepfather's estate which is estimated to be over £5m and could be even more in the decades to follow.