Although I have seen Changing Rooms, the home makeover show on which Mr. Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen sometimes appears, probably once, if it’s as colorful as Jackie Llewelyn-Bowen’s proclamation of her husband’s heterosexuality, it may be worth a watch:
“It’s Laurence who is the peacock. I just try to avoid being too brown and peahen. Laurence is not a fop, but he is a dandy…
“Besides, these days, there are several flamboyantly dressed heterosexual men around – Jonathan Ross and Russell Brand – so people no longer ask ‘Is Laurence gay?’ because quite clearly, he isn’t.
“He treats any suggestion that he is as a huge joke.
“[The night of our wedding] Laurence was looking extraordinarily camp and flamboyant and acting up dreadfully. I’d never met anyone like him before. I thought he was gorgeous and probably gay, so I was very surprised when he made a lunge at me. We ended up in bed instantly.
“We knew from the start that we were going to marry. For me, there has to be mental superiority in a man and Laurence is supremely clever and well-read. I was dazzled by his erudition.
“There was no grandiose proposal, but then everything about Laurence is so romantic and ostentatious – never a day goes by without some extravagant gesture – so there didn’t need to be.
“We have a passionate relationship and the most baroque rows. My mother is half-Polish, and the Eastern European in me loves a good argument.”
A far more interesting statement than the recent one from Star Jones: you are so sued.
No, Laurence is NOT gay, says his wife [daily mail]