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Kit Harington gives rare insight into fatherhood as he attends Monaco GP with Rose Leslie
Game Of Thrones stars Kit Harington, 35, and Rose Leslie, 35, were among celebrities at Sunday’s Monaco Grand Prix.The couple were in Monte Carlo to watch the race and support Kit’s brother, John, who is a member of the Red Bull team.  Upon their arrival at the Circuit de Monaco, Kit gave a rare insight into his family life with Rose and how he is finding things as a new parent.When asked by Sky Sports pundit Martin Brundle about any upcoming projects, the Jon Snow actor replied: "I've got a couple of films I'm going to do in the UK this year.In the interview, Kit also discussed his love of Formula One.He explained: “It’s a family thing, I've been watching it since I was knee-high and now my brother works at Red Bull.“So yeah, I’m a big Formula One fan.” Kit and Rose met on the set of Game Of Thrones and began dating in 2011.They played on-screen lovers, Jon Snow and wildling Ygritte, from season two until season four.They then married in 2018 at Rose’s family castle in Scotland.The ceremony was attended by their Game Of Thrones castmates including Emilia Clarke, Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams and Peter Dinklage.The couple confirmed the arrival of their baby boy in February 2021.Kit later spoke about fatherhood and what had surprised him most about raising a child.He told Access Hollywood last year: “I think the thing that's surprised me most is, you know, they tell you, 'Look, it's big.
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'We are sunk' Ex-Bake Off star Sue Perkins blasts government over Channel 4 privatisation
Channel 4 by the government.The comedian's tweet comes after the Government has pushed ahead with the privatisation of the channel despite the broadcaster urging to keep it under public ownership.In view of her 1.2 million followers, the star shared her thoughts on the move.Sue wrote: "A government that talks about celebrating British achievements in the same breath as selling them off to foreign investors."We are sunk."The channel will reportedly be sold off by the Government for at least £1billion in the biggest privatisation in nine years - since the Royal Mail went private.The move risks the channel falling into the hands of streaming platforms such as Netflix or Amazon Prime.The new flagship Media Bill, set to be discussed in the Queen's speech next month, will enable ministers to sell the channel ahead of the next election.It comes after a series of clashes between the Tories and Channel 4 ahead of the 2019 election.In the same year, Dorothy Byrne - Channel 4's boss - branded Boris Johnson a "known liar" and "coward" and compared him to Russian President Vladimir Putin during a conversation at a TV festival.Similarly, Channel 4's former lead presenter Jon Snow was filmed screaming "f*** the Toris" at Glastonbury in 2017.The proceeds of the sale are expected to be earmarked for levelling up funds by “putting money into independent production and wider creative skills in priority parts of the country".Responding to the announcement that the move was going ahead, a spokesperson for Channel 4 said: "With over 60,000 submissions to the government's public consultation, it is disappointing that today's announcement has been made without formally recognising the significant public interest concerns which have been