There’s no mental stress, just travelling around the world having fun.”It comes as no surprise to those who have watched him that he is also very good at what he does.“In Paris,” he says, “I got my ass kicked.” But at the Diamond League in Oslo he was victorious, while in Glasgow last weekend he was second, beating Olympic champion Felix Sanchez in the process with a personal best of 48.69 seconds – only five athletes have gone quicker this year – a fitting last hurdles race before returning to multi-eventing.Here three couples reveal what happened when men break one of marriage’s great taboos . Originally from Lancaster, they live in Nonards, France, with their children Henry, eight, Caleb, five, and twins Maisy and Essie, two. I accept that it’s important for my marriage that my husband finds me attractive.My first child, Henry, was just hours old when I noticed my husband Tim’s adoring gaze shift from our beautiful baby boy to the ruinous state of my body. It works the other way round too — I would see it as a lack of respect towards me if Tim ballooned and refused to do anything about it. Tim says: Is it ever OK for a man to tell his wife that she’s fat? I like attractive, physically fit women and I’ve always appreciated Emily’s figure.There is seemingly no off switch for Ashton Eaton’s competitive instincts.After all, this is a man who admits that even brushing his teeth with his heptathlete wife Brianne Theisen-Eaton can turn into a race.You can also get a short-term licence if you’re 74.It’s valid until the end of the month before your 75th birthday. You can get a 50% discount if you’re registered blind or live with someone who is.
“Tuesday is a busy day because it’s market day and where does the market go?You can apply for a free or short-term licence online. The licence has to be in the blind person’s name - if it isn’t you can transfer it by calling TV Licensing.Only the bravest or most foolhardy of husbands ever dare broach the topic of their wife’s weight — with good reason. Emily Gorrill, 38, is a full-time mum married to Tim, 53, a carpenter.The bays are now nearer the main central shopping area of Pocklington.The lady can still park in one of the former disabled bays in Regent Street all day if she displays her Blue Badge.