Along with, astonishingly, a heterosexual, Eton- and Oxford-educated Conservative Prime Minister who is a descendant of King William IV.
Few famous marriages have garnered quite so much public adoration as that of Stephen Fry’s recent nuptials to Elliott Spencer – a meticulously planned event that saw the actor deliberately leak false information to the press to throw them off the trail.
Fry is believed to have found happiness with Spencer, who is 30 years his junior, less than three years after attempting suicide.
In 2012, Fry tried to take his own life while filming abroad.
"Well I’m sorry, it’s a great shame and we’re all very sorry that your uncle touched you in that nasty place, you get some of my sympathy, but your self pity gets none of my sympathy." His words caused uproar, with many fans labelling him "dangerous," while others said they were "disappointed" in him.
"There are many great plays which contain rapes, and the word rape now is even considered a rape.Their gripe was this: that the gay-rights movement has failed because its once-revolutionary goals have been abandoned for an apologetic conformism in which we plead to xerox the life of the suburban heterosexual.“We fought for liberation, to overthrow antiquated, oppressive institutions like marriage; now we beg to join them,” they cried.The Gay Liberation Front, the first major charge for gay rights in the 1970s, was absolutely populated by counter-culture, free-loving revolutionists whose manifesto rallied for a “new order” as “we are already more advanced than straight people” and because “the end of the sexist culture and of the family will benefit all women and gay people”. These people, courageous and ambitious, should be cherished by history.I'm very very happy of course but had hoped for a private wedding. "According to reports, the couple's surprise engagement came after a whirlwind romance which started in the summer of 2014.They went public with their relationship in November.