04 September 2012

QUEEN DRUMMER'S SOUTH AFRICAN WIFE

Queen drummer Roger Taylor married his South African wife, Sarina Potgieter, in September 2010 after having met in 2002. He recently helped organised the Freddie For A Day fundraising party at London's Savoy Hotel. The money raised goes to the Mercury Phoenix Trust - Fighting Aids Worldwide, which has so far raised over $15 million since its creation in 1992. Thirty-eight year old Sarina wore a low-cut top showing off her henna tattoo around her cleavage. Princess Eugenie and her mother Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, also attended.

After a very short marriage and five children, the drummer tied the knot with Sarina at their home in Surrey. The reception was in a black and red marquee in their garden, with black tables and black patent leather sofas outside. Roger, 63, who is worth around £65 million, has two children with his first wife, Dominique Beyrand, and three with his former girlfriend, the Flake model Debbie Leng. He married Dominique in January 1988 and he left her 25 days later for Debbie. Dominique is the mother of his children Felix Luther and Rory Eleanor. Rory is a medical doctor. Debbie was the girl in the Breakthru music video. She dated him from 1988 to 2002, and is the mother of his children Rufus Tiger, Tiger Lily and Lola Daisy May. Debbie left him after his affair with a club stripper. Rumour has it that Sarina didn't know who Roger was and had never heard of the band Queen. Hard to believe.