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Michelle had a successful glamour modelling career after splitting from fellow housemate Stuart while Victor appeared on Celebrity Poker club. Anthony beat competing series 6 Big Brother contestants to be crowned winner.He still makes nightclub appearances, still dances and is also a DJ.
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Makosi has had a particularly eventful time since appearing on the 2005 series.
She’s confessed to being paid for sex to pay off huge debts, reportedly had a fling with Russell Brand and fought deportation officials to stay in the UK. In 2006, Tourette syndrome sufferer Pete won Big Brother.
The couple, who have been married for 11 years, share son Ludo, seven and daughter Iona, six.
However, one incident led to a trip to the hospital after playing a swinging game with Iona, resulting in a nurse asking if she had ever been visited by social services.
Old oil lanterns and water carriers on leather straps hang in a corner of Ben's office; a giant British ensign droops between the banisters; and, framed just outside the kitchen, is a small gold packet of something called shark repellent: ‘Tear open foil bag, tie inner bag to person, squeeze in water to produce dense black cloud, remain in centre of cloud.’Their two blond children – Ludo, seven, and Iona, five – sleep in bunk beds at the top of the house, and you can tell it’s their room because there’s a sign on the door that says: ‘LUDO AND IONAS ROOM DO NOT ENT’.
In the kitchen, there’s a chalkboard on which Ludo has written ‘I love anmals’ [sic] beside a painting of an elephant. ‘Suzi’s married to Damon Albarn and lives round the corner.
Ben met Marina, who is Austrian, while walking his pet labrador Inca in Hyde Park.
But the vibrantly-decorated home he shares with wife Marina Fogle, 37, in North Kensington, London, where Victorian houses sell for £1.5million, is complete with plenty of quirky decorating details as well as a bar, cinema and 'man cave' in the garden.
The wife of the Accidental Adventurer presenter confessed she once set up an accident on the stairs to teach her young daughter not to go down them head first.
Writing in the Mail On Sunday, Marina said her and her husband Ben – who said recently that he used his sister's breastmilk to cure his eye infection – often go to extreme lengths to push their children out of their comfort zone.
Ben, 42, told Tatler magazine: 'When I’m in a yurt in Mongolia, I think about what I could do at home,’ adding that he considers himself a ‘frustrated’ interior designer, and is constantly tinkering with the house.