JRT running for Sport Relief

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JRT running for Sport Relief

Postby tutt-sweet » Thu Jul 20, 2006 5:37 pm

Some people have all the luck.

A very lucky girl has posted this over on the livejournal


My 11 year old cousin was running with his mum and dad in the sports relief mile and he found himself running behind none other than our very own Julian Rhind-Tutt! And being the brilliant wonderful boy that he is (my cousin this is, although definitely true of JRT as well) he asked him for his autograph, just for me! Because he knew how much I love JRT! Which is incredibly sweet, plus I now have JRT's autograph without having had to do any work! I find it incredibly endearing that he feels the need to put "(Dr. Mac)" under his name. We know who you are, you lovely man! I am quite excited, as you can see. Lots of exclamation mark!andCAPSLOCK!abuse going on.

Apparently JRT was running in corduroy trousers with a rucksack on, as if he had just joined in along the way for the hell of it. Classic.

Bless him...how typical of the lovely Julian. :lv:
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Postby Hells » Fri Jul 21, 2006 2:03 pm

Makes you wish you had gone and run too!

Bless him. What a lovely thing to do (both Julian and the little boy)

I hope he raised lots for Sports Relief :)

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Postby Emz » Fri Jul 21, 2006 8:11 pm

Aww thats so cool, and you got his autograph :lv:
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Postby ali2555 » Thu Oct 11, 2007 5:20 pm

this is on a kind of similar topic, and i didn't feel it worthy to start a whole new thread, but guess who walked out in front of my mother's car the other day (n.b. i was NOT present at the time)?? his hair all tousled in the rain and wearing a lovely blueish jacket and looking "gorgeous as ever".

yep you guessed it. if i had been there i would probably have jumped out of the car.. maybe it's a good thing i wasn't.. but still!!

but this means he's in london now, so will probs be at the signing (that i won't be at arrgh)
And i'm his brother Bob.

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Postby faeriequeen » Thu Oct 11, 2007 7:56 pm

Oh wow...that's fantastic! So annoying that you weren't there! :(
...whereabouts was your mum driving at the time? Lol.

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Postby ali2555 » Sun Oct 28, 2007 6:15 pm

i believe it was regent street.. that would make sense..
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Postby goshandcrikey » Sun Oct 28, 2007 11:42 pm

Typical I spent 2 years living off regent street well right off harley street and the best I managed was that Robert Smith ( the cure) lived round the corner from my uni Marlebourne high street at the time it meant the same as if Julian lived round the corner now
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Postby LinkaNeo » Mon Oct 29, 2007 3:23 pm

Bleeding heck, Ali!
Haha... it's probably best you werent there. If it were me, I'd have probably broken the door off the car trying to say hello. Lol...
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