The TV presenter shops in Westbourne Grove and wants a sleepover at the Emirates
Earliest London memory? My dad took me to see Arsenal play Manchester Utd at Highbury on 25 April 1972. We stood on the North Bank — it was unbelievably raw and exciting. Most romantic thing someone’s done for you? My wife Celia dressed up as Ugly Betty (left) and took me to The Ivy. It was romantic because I realised I still loved her even though she looked hideous. Which London building would you like to buy? The Pavilion at Lord’s. I’d ban all the existing members and fill it with all my mates on match days. Who’s your hero? Ian Botham. He works hard, plays hard, raises millions for charity and personifies the lionheart, swashbuckling, never-surrender attitude that makes Britain such a uniquely special country.