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'Pull ourselves together' Judi Dench refused to marry long-term spouse after lockdown chat

Judi Dench, 87, has been in a relationship with conservationist David Mills since 2010, and hadn't expected to meet anyone after her husband Michael Williams' death in 2001.The accolade-winning actress candidly shared her thoughts on marriage in an unearthed interview.David and Judi began dating in 2010, nine years after the death of her first husband of 30 years, Michael Williams.Micchael died from lung cancer in 2001, with the couple having one child together called Finty Williams.When asked about the prospect of marrying for a second time, Judi revealed that marriage was not on the cards anytime in the future for the happy couple.She said: "He is not going to propose."No, no, no, no, no."Let's just pull ourselves together and be our age!" she added.David then remarked: "We talked about that but I think we are far better off as we are as we have got two separate houses."And we are either in one or the other and we are four miles apart", he told Good Housekeeping magazine.Speaking to Times Magazine in 2014, Judi expressed her joy at finding love again with David after the loss of her husband.She said: "I wasn't even prepared to be ready for it."It was very, very gradual and grown up.

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