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I have been married and have two children by my first wife, Sue.
What about me? It's difficult to say because I have only two children by my first wife, Sue. But my family have a very different life. I love my parents and my mother's father, and I spend more than £1m a year on my education and other expenses.
My mother's father died in the mid-1990s. When I was 10 years old, I went to a local church. My mother was a very devoted teacher, and I was the only one of her kind. My father died in 2003, and we both became widows.
It's hard to get over the trauma of the loss, especially when I was born in 1969. My father was a young man who loved to play with animals and was also an avid sailor. But he had a strong opinion of sailing, and he was not happy about his family's plight. He quit his job and joined a local shipyard. But before I could get into sailing, he died.
I have never looked back on it as a tragedy. I wanted to go to school, and in order to do so I had to study at the local college. I was working as a chartered accountant for nine months before I found a job at a bank. I also had to pay back a loan and pay back a mortgage. My family now live in their home state of South Africa.
It's not the worst of it. I spent £2m on a boat. I spent £700 a year on a job. I now pay around £80,000 a year. We've got six children, three of whom are from the same background, and I'm still living at home.
The biggest challenge for me has been to find a job. I've spent about £500 a week on food and I don't have much to do. I have a job as a cook but I've also got to