It allegedly had gotten physical in early 2011, in the triplex on Fifth Avenue in New York. “She got angry at him and shoved him, and he fell backwards into the piano in the living room and then onto the floor, and he couldn’t get up,” says an individual to whom Rupert confided at the time. “He had to have emergency treatment that night.”
The former News Corp. employee in the U.K. adds, “He clearly hurt himself, and he made some excuse that he tripped over something in the office. He made excuses that he wasn’t well. He only talked about what happened later.” The source continues, “Ultimately, he just wanted to get through and not have any problem in the marriage made public. Because he wanted to have the children protected and believe they were in a nice, happy home.”
Tony Blair feels that something has changed between them. Bound to the etiquette, there will never be such a thing as friendship between them. Still, Blair knows that they will be able to understand and to respect each other from now on. He feels completely relaxes as he walks next to the Queen in the gardens of Buckingham Palace, surrounded by a pack of barking dogs.
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