Leggatt-Chidgey, who lived in Rokeby, near Barnard Castle, County Durham, led people to think he had independent means with his double-barrelled name
, military ties and wealthy demeanour, a hospice source said.
Fellow judge Louis Walsh admitted he was having problems getting his tongue around the exotic double-barrelled name
and he even asked Jean-Bernard for help in mastering it.
The presenter also said using a double-barrelled name
is not an option because she is "not into that".
A DOUBLE-barrelled name
and double-barrelled shooting boots.
Before coming today Royer-Dupre liked the Curragh - "it's so fair, if you have a good horse this is the place" - but the Chantilly-based trainer, already his double-barrelled name
etched into the Irish Oaks winners' board with Shawanda in 2005, just loves it now.
THE world class Liverpool athlete with the double-barrelled name
is relishing her second experience of the stadium which catapulted her into the national consciousness.
The Frenchman with a double-barrelled name
is a real athlete like Sissoko.
"When I remembered about it much later, I didn't remember his name, but I knew it was a double-barrelled name
and thought there was a Carew in it.
DAD'S STORY: "Claire wanted the baby to have a double-barrelled name
, which worked out well because I liked Gracey and she liked Millie so we compromised.
A civil engineer with a "foreign-sounding" name was turned down for a job - and then offered an interview when he re-applied using a more anglicised double-barrelled name
, it was claimed yesterday.
Eric Djemba-Djemba may have a double-barrelled name
but that still doesn't add up to the three or four players we were promised.
Does one really HAVE to have a double-barrelled name
if one crashes in a leafy lane on the border of Wiltshire and Gloucestershire?