She was then photographed always supporting Leslie in his court case, dress demurely but stylishly in black, and waiting supportively in the background.
Titmuss first acted during her university studies, and then took part-time acting courses at the Central School of Speech and Drama, paid for from her nursing work.
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Shortly afterwards, Matthew Wright named (apparently accidentally) John Leslie as the alleged perpetrator on his television chat show The Wright Stuff.
Titmuss was then resultantly brought into the media spotlight when photographed with Leslie returning from working a night shift, and after this point her picture appeared regularly in British newspapers.
Titmuss made her London theatre acting debut in March 2006, playing a prostitute with a multiple personality disorder in Two Way Mirror by Arthur Miller, at the Courtyard Theatre in Kings Cross. He’s definitely got some good swimmers [HE MEANS SPERM – SPERM ED] hasn’t he. I mean, you can probably claim it back as a travel expense and a business expense but I mean you’d have to go through the bill and work out which one was a work-related call and which one was a personal call. " asked the Sunday Times, the day after the 1970 final against Italy, in which he scored a goal displaying such unfettered artistry that the memory of it makes grown men tearful. And it's this veneration that invests his sweaty shirt (£157,750 at auction in 2002) with the same mystical aura as St Stephen of Hungary's right forearm or the head of Thomas Aquinas.Now a small publisher called Gloria Books has just released Pelé, billed as "the ultimate sports collectable" and "the most comprehensive book on football there has ever been".
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Limited to 2,350 copies, each personally signed by Pelé, the 45cm x 35cm editions come in at a whopping £1,600 - or £4,000 for the leather-bound Carnival version. Harvested from a huge array of newspaper and magazine articles, transcripts, books excerpts, the "definitive story of football's deity" contains 300,000 words and 1,700 images.