David Dickinson some could argue is the king of daytime television. His style and camp demeanor has gotten people asking whether or not he is gay. Well THEGAYUK has been doing some digging.
David Dickinson, 73, is a stalwart daytime TV presenter and antiques expert. His flamboyant presenting style, his slightly eccentric camp dress sense and his all year round tan, thanks to his Armenian ancestry, has earned him a legion of fans. Some people question whether the presenter is gay or not. However he is married, for nearly fifty years to a woman he met in the 60s.
Dickinson became an instant success when he first appeared on This Morning and BBC Two’s The Antiques Show.
However he’s not gay or has never admitted to any same-sex relationships. Dickinson is married to Lorne Lesley, a cabaret performer, who he met in the 1960s. They married in 1968. In 2018 they will have been married 50 years. They live in the village of Bollington inCheshire.The couple have two grown-up children, and also grandchildren
David presents Dickinson’s Real Deal daily on ITV1 from 3PM