MACEO<quoted text>really?you think because i posty.lol that "wife" of yours could be all you make her out to be lol.how is she btw?
He did the samething Tigg Diggs did he said hes Happy and in love with his Black wife
WILL MELLOR ON MARRIAGE
Nov 18 2007 By Jon Wise And Shoba Vazirani [email protected]
EXCLUSIVE 'GAY' STAR OF HIT TV DRAMA THE STREET REVEALS HOW HE IS HAPPY AS A HUBBY After a string of romances, carefree telly hunk Will Mellor finally admits..
Telly jack-the-lad Will Mellor has found himself in an astonishing situation - he's getting old, he's got married and he LOVES it.
As a carefree bachelor, the former Casualty star dated a string of sexy girls, including 31-year-old Cutting It beauty Angela Griffin.
And when it came to marriage, Will gave it a wide berth. Even when his long-term love Michelle McSween made him a dad, he wouldn't commit himself.
"You've got to be 110 per cent sure and I'm not and don't know if I ever will be," he said back then.
"I'm only going to marry the once and if it's Michelle, it's Michelle - if it's not, it's not."
But something must have changed because the couple went on to tie the knot just three months ago.
In fact, the newly-weds are still on an extended honeymoon and Will, 31, is clearly overjoyed that he's off the shelf for good.
"It's great being able to say 'My wife', " he laughs. "We were always a good unit but now we're married, it feels stronger somehow, more solid. Can you believe it? I'm an old married man now and I love it."
It's certainly a turn-up for the books. This time last year, Will wasn't even considering the M-word. And it's fair to say they'd weathered more than a few storms.
The Cheshire-born star - back on TV this week as a gay builder in the hit BBC1 drama series The Street - first met Michelle in the musical Oh! What A Night.
And before their son Jayden, now three, arrived, the couple split up and then made up. What's more, he still had doubts as to whether Michelle was "the one," long after their son's
"I told Michelle we both had to be 100 per cent and she felt the same way because neither of us wants to do this all again.
"And as soon as I felt that way, I proposed. I knew I wanted to ask her to marry me when we were away in Grenada at Christmas so I planned to ask her parents first and do it all properly."
So last Christmas, while the pair were enjoying a romantic sunshine holiday, Will asked Michelle's parents for her hand and then got down on one knee.
"It was all absolutely perfect," he sighs, recalling the special moment. "Fortunately Michelle's parents said 'yes' so one day I took her out on a boat, just the two of us.
"I took some music and played our song and with the sun setting behind us on the ocean, I knelt down and asked her to be my wife.
"It was very romantic and I admit I did get a bit teary, I don't know why. I thought it was the woman who was supposed to cry but in this case it was me.
"I think the occasion hit me all at once because it was just so right and exactly how I'd imagined it would be."
The pair's August wedding was equally idyllic and completely private, held at a grand manor house in Warwickshire.
Both Will and dancer Michelle refused to sell their wedding to a glossy magazine, despite several offers. "I've got nothing against people who choose to do the celebrity thing and get everything paid for but that's just not me," insists Will, who played hospital receptionist Jack Vincent for nearly two years in BBC1's Casualty.
"We wanted it to be our wedding and no one else's.
He sounds like Tigg Diggs and his Wife is a Black British woman! lmao