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The agony column receives approximately 1,500 letters from readers each week, with two-thirds currently arriving by email.
This growing reliance on email has meant that the Dear Deidre team has increasingly become exposed to the risk of virus infection.
Younger people are often more likely to live (and get away with) an unhealthy lifestyle.
Life expectancy is much longer now with advances in medicine and improvements in standards of living so if you meet someone who is fit and healthy at 45 there is the possibility you could enjoy at least 30 happy years together.
Jeremy Clarkson’s outspoken and forthright views, written in his typical tongue-in- cheek style.
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Published in The Sun since 1980, Deidre's column has established more than eleven million loyal readers a day, with trained counsellors responding to every single letter received.
William Chiffinch (c.1602-1691) was Charles II’s Page and Keeper of the Closet, a role in which he became one of the King’s closest and most trusted servants – and yielded great power and influence. We are all familiar with agony aunts and problem pages but can you imagine what advice you would get from the 17th century ‘Pimp-master General’ of Charles II?
He became “the King’s confidential go-between in every kind of back stairs intrigue” (David Allen) who was even nicknamed the “Pimpmaster General” by the satirists for his role in granting access (or not) to the King’s mistresses. To go with the simply superb The Wild, The Beautiful and The Damned exhibition at Hampton Court Palace, it is now possible to get advice SEVENTEENTH CENTURY STYLE about your love life from Chiffinch himself. – spot the tell-tale signs; Make-up tips for women AND men; How to avoid seduction by social climbing women; Sleeping with the King: when’s best for an ambitious woman? Well, forget Dear Deidre, from 27 April 2012 you can find out at Ask Chiffinch.