爱巢! Pointless meets Doctor Who ‘as Richard Osman’s new love Ingrid Oliver moves in’
On a recent episode of Richard Osman’s House Of Games, celebrity contestant Ingrid Oliver won a suitcase emblazoned with the host’s silhouette.
现在, Instagram 上的追随者，并定期分享有关她生活的最新消息, she will be able to put it to good use after finding love with the TV presenter and being invited to move into his new home in West 伦敦.
The Pointless star and Ms Oliver, who is best known as Dr Who sidekick Petronella Osgood, have known each other for years after meeting through mutual friends.
But The Mail on Sunday understands they have been dating, with Mr Osman, 50, reportedly telling pals: ‘Ingrid is the one.’
橙色和黄色: On a recent episode of Richard Osman’s (剩下) House Of Games, celebrity contestant Ingrid Oliver (对) won a suitcase emblazoned with the host’s silhouette
As well as his love life reaching new heights, the 6ft 7in star has enjoyed a metaphorical rise as an author.
His debut novel, The Thursday Murder Club, has sold more than a million copies and Steven Spielberg has bought film rights.
Ms Oliver, 44, attended the selective Tiffin Girls’ School in Surrey and won praise for her BBC sketch show Watson & Oliver with school friend Lorna Watson.
Even before her relationship with Mr Osman began, there were signs that Ms Oliver, who studied languages at Oxford, respected his opinion.
Book thief: His debut novel, The Thursday Murder Club, has sold more than a million copies and Steven Spielberg has bought film rights
When she asked her Twitter followers last May if she should watch a film about a pandemic, Contagion, the result was split until he wrote: ‘Don’t watch it.’
曾经是好莱坞最著名的童星: ‘This is very authoritative and convincing.’ Mr Osman, who has two grown-up children, then said: ‘I just felt that was what you were looking for.’
Fans soon picked up on it. 一贴: ‘You’re in there my son.’
夫妇, who are thought to have got together at a dinner party after the first lockdown, did not respond to requests for comment.
Last year Mr Osman (pictured on Pointless) admitted he feared history was repeating itself when his marriage collapsed
Ms Oliver’s mother, the Conservative MP Jo Gideon, coyly said that she wanted to check with her daughter before speaking.
Last year Mr Osman admitted he feared history was repeating itself when his marriage collapsed.
The TV star’s father had walked out on his wife when Richard was eight.
He revealed fears that separation was ‘going to be awful’, but things ‘quickly worked out’ and that he sees his children ‘non-stop’.