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They became engaged during a very late-night dress rehearsal of The Merchant of Venice at the Queen's Theatre in the spring ofand were married that June at Reigate Register Office. The honeymoon was spent in Ireland, trudging the coastline of Donegal with rucksacks on their backs. In their son Matthew was born. During the war, before Guinness joined the Navy, they took the baby with them in a basket loaded with gas-masks as they travelled around on theatrical engagements.
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When it became clear that Alec could more than support the family, Merula gave up the stage and more or less retired from the public eye. The Guinnesses spent most of their Merula salaman dating life at Steep Marsh, in Hampshire, where they Mrula attended Mass in the local Roman Catholic church. Sir Alec could be lured to London dinner sxlaman, but his datinb seldom accompanied him. He paid tribute to the almost telepathic way Merhla which they were able to communicate. When it was feared that he might xalaman cancer, Merula Guinness suffered inner-ear giddiness, but recovered promptly when he was given the all-clear. Daring was zealous at keeping Merula salaman dating fans eating bay, for the Guinnesses were perfectly happy in each other's company.
Time away from dating both loved reading, sharing jokes, and sa,aman together, though they would occasionally visit a few close friends. During the next decade, Merulaa father came into his own as an actor. He even won an Oscar for Bridge on the River Kwai. But did this make him happy? In the main, it seeped out of him slowly, like rivulets of sweat through thick greasepaint. Sometimes, however, it shot out in great Shakespearean volleys - and no one, least of all his wife and son, could escape it. At the heart of his unhappiness was his homosexuality. Though he tried desperately to keep a lid on it, his attraction to young men - preferably working class and down on their luck - troubled him until the end of his life in his seventies, he found Alan Hollinghurst's explicitly gay novel The Swimming Pool Library so 'unhealthy', he burned it.
This containment could be said to have had a positive effect on his work: This is why he was able to play eight members of the d'Ascoyne family in Kind Hearts and Coronets with such brilliant ease. But as a husband, father and friend, he was a nightmare: The list of unkindnesses is long. He forced Merula to abandon acting, telling her that if she continued it would mean the end of their marriage. This precipitated a breakdown. To banish her to the Ritz until she snapped out of it. Neither was he easy on Matthew, whom he called 'the fat arse of Chiswick'.
When his son followed him on to the stage, he feared only for the effect it might have on his own reputation. When he met Helen, Matthew's second wife, he spent dinner with his hand by his face so he did not have to look at her. His victims, of course, were expected to take all this on the chin. But, luvvie to the core, he took perceived slights incredibly badly, throwing a hissy fit or running off to London for a prolonged sulk. Then there was his meanness.
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