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I'm really happy for her.", is no stranger to fellow members of the MTV family, and has thus seen Marroquin's personal life and relationship with ex-wife Kailyn Lowry play out on television."I've seen Javi a few times on the show and as far as I can tell, you know, he's a military guy and that's awesome," Tony told us.
I am really thankful for that," Raines shared, adding, "I find it kind of interesting.The one phrase you don’t hear around school is “have a good weekend”. On a Friday evening we’ll be entertaining some folk at Headmaster’s House, which is located in part of the great medieval cloisters here in the heart of the school.It’s a good place for doing the job, which is to say it’s got some good reception rooms and a large dining room.I think with this the sky is the limit for them."In addition to little Harper, Tony is a doting father to a daughter named Isla Rose with high school sweetheart Alyssa Giacone.She appeared on Raines didn't shy away from voicing his major concerns, which revolve around his daughter's childhood becoming a reality TV plotline.Sunday morning is chapel, at 10.30, which I very much enjoy. I love choral music and I sang quite a lot myself – indeed I was in Eton’s choir school when I was a small boy.
One reason is that it enables me to go into a beautiful building and, as I say to the boys, whatever they might feel about religion, the interesting thing about the chapel is that, since it was finished in 1482, you can be reasonably sure that every Etonian will have spent some time in that place. So to be able to listen to the beautiful sounds of the choir in the great perpendicular vault of a lovely building is, I think, a wonderful experience. Most teenagers, naturally enough, would rather be anywhere else than in a chapel building on pretty much any day, let alone a Sunday, but it’s interesting how many old boys I come across in their twenties who tell me they remember the chapel as a special place.
I walk around all the games pitches getting some exercise and seeing what’s going on.
Being a big school there’s a huge variety of sporting activity, and in the evening there’ll usually be a play or concert.
During the summer months, my wife, Jenny, and I repair to our house in north Norfolk.
We just love it because of the old cliché, the big blue sky – not always blue of course, but it’s the sense of space and expansiveness that is very attractive.
Afterwards there is typically more music, usually a competition of some kind.