Photo of Millie Dobie from: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2511565/Gordon-Brown-takes-up-Pilates-after-leadership-questioned.html
The People newspaper, 10 August 2008, tells us about:
THE PM, HIS TRAINER AND HER ORGIES WITH A MOVIE STAR
According to The People:
UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown's new fitness instructor, Millie Dobie, is 'a bed-hopping bisexual' and a 'man-eater who enjoyed three-in-a-bed sex sessions with a Hollywood film star'.
(For another photo of Millie see - Gordon Brown gets a personal trainer The Sun News)
A female ex-lover has told The People how 42-year-old Millie:
1. Had a threesome with a middle-aged British-born Hollywood actor.
2. Filmed some of her sessions which included sex toys.
3. Bedded various fitness clients.
4. Is able to get both men and women under her spell.
Millie was recommended to Gordon Brown by his film director friend Richard Curtis and his wife Emma Freud.
(Emma Freud is the great-granddaughter of psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud. Her brother is Matthew Freud, the husband of Rupert Murdoch's daughter Elisabeth Murdoch.)
Photo of Richard Curtis by Rita Molnár 2002.
Curtis introduced Millie to Gordon Brown at a dinner party, in late July 2008, which he hosted for the Prime Minister and his wife Sarah.
Millie is the daughter of Shakespearean actor Alan Dobie and the former girlfriend of actor Bernard Hill.
Millie acted the part of the former Hollywood prostitute Divine Brown in a Channel Four drama about Hugh Grant.
Tony Blair had long massages from one-time topless model Carole Caplin.
Caplin's partner Peter Foster, 'a notorious conman', helped Cherie Blair get a discount on flats for her two sons in Bristol.
In The Spectator, 7 November 1998, Steven Glover wrote about UK government ministers and gay sex.
Spectator, The: Messrs Blair and Campbell didn't know about the ...
Ron Davies was a Blair government minister who got into trouble.
The Spectator article explained that:
‘The government tried to frighten newspapers off as Mr Davies's resignation became public. The Sun received a call from a government lawyer threatening action if any reference was made to gay sex.’
The Sun is a Murdoch - News International paper.
The Spectator article referred to the Sun newspaper’s attitude to former Blair minister Peter Mandelson:
‘The Sun carried a leader which accepted...the assertion that Mr Mandelson is a homosexual and went on to pronounce that `the old-fashioned gay-bashing is over'...
The Spectator pointed out :
'The truth is that Mr Mandelson does represent the most important channel between New Labour and News International, and Mr Murdoch doesn't want to lose him...'
The Spectator article continued:
‘On Tuesday the Sun carried a picture on its front page of Mr Mandelson and Gordon Brown under the headline 'Outed'.’
Ian Bell, in The Sunday Herald, 29 January 2006, wrote an article entitled: If being the only gay in the political village still matters, we’re all in trouble.
Think only of the curious case of Gordon Brown, Chancellor of the Exchequer. This summer, so we must hope, Mr Brown and his wife will greet the arrival of their second child. I wish all concerned long life and happiness, sincerely. But I can also remember election campaigns in the 1990s when squalid rumours were being spread, when a certain tabloid – let’s call it Helios – had reporters swarming over Fife in search of “personal stories”, preferably squalid, regarding Labour’s rising star. Old friends of the now-Chancellor received unexpected, inquiring phone calls. Why? He had been single for a while.