I am dating a pothead

29 Dec

They contemplated a civil partnership but postponed it because of an upcoming tour — then never got round to it.

In 2011, George revealed on stage that the pair had separated two years before.‘I love him very much,’ he told the crowd. My love life has been a lot more turbulent than I’ve ever let on, and I’m so sad about my relationship with Kenny.

A sign, attached to a pair of angel wings, reads: ‘You will always be loved.’The shrine, on a leafy corner of Hampstead Heath, is a tribute to George in his prime; the Eighties music legend who rose to fame as one half of the boyband Wham!

and went on to sell more than 100 million albums in a solo career spanning almost four decades.

He liked anything as fattening as possible because he was always stoned.’At night, the pair slept in separate bedrooms.

Kenny says they each needed their own space, while George spent lonely nights wide awake, channel-hopping.

For two years the couple hid their relationship; George admitted worrying that revealing his sexuality would have a detrimental effect on his mother, who died of cancer in 1997.It wasn’t until George was arrested for carrying out a lewd act in a park toilet in California in 1998 that he announced that he was gay and the couple went public.Over 13 years, during which George continued to tour and perform, they bought three houses together — in Dallas, Goring-on-Thames in Oxfordshire, and London — and Kenny declared George was his ‘soulmate’.Four months after singer George Michael was found dead in his bed, the shrine outside his North London home continues to grow.Ribbons and balloons are strung in the trees in the park opposite the £8 million mansion in Highgate, which George, 53, shared with his hair stylist partner Fadi Fawaz, 43, before his sudden death from a heart condition on Christmas Day.