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Maybe it’s because we’re British, and naturally restrained – stiff upper lip and all that.happiest day of my life,’ says Miranda. I was 24 but didn’t realise how young that was until years later. But even then, I was aware that Pete wasn’t the most romantic of men.‘After the ceremony we drove away in a car that had been sprayed with shaving foam and had tin cans tied to the back. Then we drove around the corner and Pete stopped, took all the tin cans off the back and drove straight to a car wash.‘When we arrived at our hotel I realised he hadn’t told them it was our wedding night, hadn’t booked the honeymoon suite, nothing. Yet for all the plodding, Dennis had a secret yearning for an audience.He had kept in touch with his friends from Cambridge Footlights – including Steve Punt and Nick Hancock, who later went on to host TV sports quiz They Think It’s All Over for ten years. Dennis has rarely spoken of his first marriage, but once admitted: ‘I would have married Kate sooner, were it not for my ongoing divorce. But we were too young.’‘He’s always been a perfectionist, never failing at anything,’ says Miranda.
Alana and Chris famously made headlines in 2014 after a photo of them canoodling on social media made its way online - before Alana's official boot on The Bachelor had even aired.One would assume, therefore, that a performer with such an instinctive grasp of what people find funny would himself be blessed with a fine sense of humour.‘It may come as a shock to his fans,’ she says, ‘but he was boring.People see him being funny on television, and doing hilarious improvisations, but when we were married, Pete [he uses his middle name professionally because the actors’ union Equity already had a Pete Dennis registered when he was starting his career] had no spontaneity, no sense of fun.e reverse of the fabric, which distinguishes denim from cotton duck.Denim has been in American usage since the late eighteenth century. The word comes from the name of a sturdy fabric called serge, originally made in Nîmes, France, by the Andre family. ‘Friends used to say we were more like brother and sister than husband and wife. He went running at 3pm on a sweltering day and returned to our hotel sick with dehydration, so we couldn’t celebrate my birthday.‘Over the years I realised that I was missing something, but couldn’t articulate it.
Perhaps it was because we were not very demonstrative. It took me years to realise that there was some spark missing. Looking back, I can see that I had an unsatisfied wanderlust, and was trapped in an unadventurous marriage. I’ve been to India, Egypt and Qatar, visited Hawaii and, six years ago, moved to Los Angeles.
And he has appeared as a team captain in every episode of the risqué Mock The Week.
As such, Dennis is probably unique in that he has a broad, populist appeal while maintaining impeccable credentials as an edgy satirist.
He didn’t get down on one knee and didn’t have a ring.
We were still young when we married – only in our mid-20s. Pete was a fanatical runner and had brought his kit with him.
A very special moment I will cherish forever,' he said.