I've spent the best part of my adulthood around people who are successful, powerful and sometimes controversial. From a young age I've watched friends and family be judged privately and publicly for their actions by people who don't know or care for them.
So what right do people have to judge others and their decisions? Does putting yourself in the public eye give people a right to have a say about your choices and your life?
Earlier this week I heard some news about my f
When we embarked on the totally insane endeavour to marry a stranger, all of us opened ourselves up to the full scrutiny of the British public and beyond (oh hi, internet!). Whilst we were aware that the show would be filmed and broadcast to the nation at prime time, it transpired there was a large gap between knowing, and fully understanding how that might feel. And the result was that even if you made it through the edit unscathed (and it might be worth a note here, that no