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'Seriously though, I was most attracted to her personality.

She's bright and bubbly – most of the time – she has that quality, something very few people possess.

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'The point came in 1989, when I was in Egypt, and determined to use the time to get away from Julie, to think.

I was travelling the country and at every hotel I went to, there was a message from Julie Mayer at the BBC. It was like being dragged into a vortex, I was hanging on by my fingernails. How can I go forward when I don't know which way I'm facing?

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'She used to be a model or dancer in her younger years and thought she was Jerry Hall.

She treads where angels fear to.' Within a year friendship had blossomed into romance. 'I don't mind admitting I shed more than a few tears along the way.

The last people I wanted to upset and hurt were my children, to lose their love and respect.

Wadsworth, known on air as Julie Mayer, even appeared in a 'Naughty but Nice' Children In Need calendar where she appeared naked in a giant golf bag, in a tin bath and as Lady Godiva with a whip.

Alan Partridge: A former colleague said Wadsworth bore more than a passing similarity to Alan Partridge, Steve Coogan's fictional radio host, with his cheesy catchphrases, inept behaviour and inflated sense of celebrity, while his wife was his willing sidekick, having dreamt of stardom since she was a child Naked calendar: Wadsworth even appeared in a 'Naughty but Nice' Children In Need calendar and in a separate racy photoshoot, appeared naked in a giant golf bag, in a tin bath and as Lady Godiva with a whip According to a former colleague, Wadsworth bore more than a passing similarity to Alan Partridge, Steve Coogan's fictional radio host, with his cheesy catchphrases, inept behaviour and inflated sense of celebrity, while his wife was his willing sidekick, having dreamt of stardom since she was a child.

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