Judi Dench thought of getting married in full confinement of the Covid-19 pandemic

Judi Dench thought of getting married in full confinement of the Covid-19 pandemic

At 86 years old and despite her vision loss problems, Judi Dench continues to display unstoppable energy both in her professional career, which will soon lead her to release the film Belfast with Jamie Dornan, as well as on a personal level, where he has recently discovered the benefits of social networks with the help of his grandson.

Regarding her love life, the interpreter was also about to open a new chapter recently by marrying her partner of the last 11 years, the conservationist David Mills, although after much thought the two decided not to take that step based on the Old saying that advises: "If it ain't broke, don't fix it."

"We have talked about it, but I think we are doing much better as we are now, having separate houses. We are always in one or the other, and they are only four miles apart (about six kilometers)," explained David, from 70 years, in statements to the Daily Mirror newspaper.

Interestingly, Judi herself ruled out the possibility of going through the altar again a few months ago when she was asked a question about it, claiming that it would not be "her age" behavior.

The couple began their romantic relationship in 2010, a decade after the actress's husband, Michael Williams, to whom she was married for 30 years, died. In the case of her current boyfriend, she had to spend a while until he got used to the media attention that her better half receives from her, but now it is the most natural thing in the world.

"At first it was a bit overwhelming, but we can go anywhere together. It has made me famous, it is true, but I get along well," she added.