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The 44-year-old Limp Bizkit singer has been with Kseniya since 2012, and last week the Ukrainian make-up artist was spotted flashing a glittering rock on her finger – suggesting that the pair had tied the knot.
What wasn’t ordinary were the words stamped across the front of the envelope: ‘From HMP Parkhurst’. I got back in touch and he told me, ‘There are some talented artists here in Parkhurst.
– about a young girl’s life-saving kidney transplant.
Reg had seen an item on the ITV six o’clock news programme in the south – then called Coast To Coast, now called Meridian Tonight, and both introduced by yours truly!
He’d written to me from his cell at Parkhurst on the Isle of Wight, where he was serving life for the murder of Jack ‘The Hat’ Mc Vitie.
We could make a lot of money auctioning some of their paintings.’ Which is how, some months later, 13 paintings were auctioned at an event called ‘The Rogues Gallery’.
Also auctioned was a magnificent model of a gypsy caravan, made from matches by an inmate at Broadmoor Hospital.That had been ‘commissioned’ by Reg’s twin brother Ron, himself serving life for a gangland killing. He invited me to Parkhurst to meet him – and the rest, as they say, is history.I worked with the Kray twins on their autobiography, did a book with Ronnie about life in Broadmoor, and a couple of years ago made a documentary about the Kray legacy for Crime & Investigation Network.That, in turn, led to Fred Dinenage: Murder Casebook.I hasten to add that murder has only been a small part of my life in television.I’ve been at it now for some 48 years non-stop, and I’ve enjoyed almost every minute. I haven’t made millions of pounds – but I do have a million memories.I’ve worked in children’s television, with ITV’s long-running How in the 1970s and later How 2.I’ve worked in sport, including hosting two Olympic Games for ITV – Munich and Moscow.And I’ve done a lot of fairly regrettable quiz shows along the way.But it’s in regional TV that I’ve been happiest, because it’s here that you get closest to the viewers.You develop a rapport that you don’t get anywhere else in broadcasting except, I suspect, local radio.