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I am very happy in the position I’m in at the moment. She admits it was never a job she thought she'd end up doing while she was reading mathematics at Oxford University."I didn't imagine it in the slightest.I don't feel the need."However, her relationship with the 35-year-old Latin and ballroom dancer, does seem to be going from strength to strength."We've just been on holiday. It was a job Carol Vorderman did for 26 years so it wasn't even an offer."I'm a numbers geek.The British Legion and the charities caring for the injured work hard to reintegrate servicemen and women back into society.But what is going on in a survivor’s mind is often totally unknown even to those who are closest to him or her.
That was very important."Although she says her and Jamie split on amicable terms, Rachel reveals that she has no future plans to marry Russian pro dancer Pasha."I don't need to get married again. I think life's too short to do things you don't enjoy."Rachel suffers from IBS - a digestive condition that causes stomach cramps and bloating - so she follows a strict healthy diet to alleviate symptoms."The key for my diet is to keep it simple."I went to a gluten and vegan restaurant recently, which would have sounded like the worst thing in the world a while ago but it meant I could eat everything on the menu."I follow a fairly vegan diet now, occasionally eating fish and meat."Self-confessed maths geek Rachel replaced Carol Vorderman as the co-host of Countdown - doing the letters and numbers section of the programme - in January 2009.
Rachel Riley shocked fans when she announced she was dating her Strictly Come Dancing partner Pasha Kovalev last September.
The pair hit it off instantly after meeting on the BBC1 ballroom contest in 2013 and, while Rachel was married at the time, the couple insist that nothing romantically happened until she had separated from her husband of 16 months Jamie Gilbert.
With the slaughter of the First World War, public attitudes, at least in Britain, profoundly changed.
The country nowadays honours not glory but the sacrifice of the lives of those who fought for us.
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