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George was gay, of course, but there has long been speculation about the nature of the pair's relationship and how far it went. Since then he has dedicated his life to their joint art foundation in Dallas, Texas, and its discreet work helping struggling young artists.
The couple (left) set up the Goss-Michael Foundation while they were together.
Tory MP Philip Davies said Mr Lowcock, 54, should be known as 'Sir Waste-a-Lot'.
It was announced after TV presenter and bowel cancer survivor Lynn Faulds Wood (inset) turned down an MBE, saying she could not accept a gong 'while we still have party donors donating huge amounts of money and getting an honour'.
Todd and his wife, Catherine Hickland, along with other family members were seen carrying what's thought to be one of Reynolds' favorite red dress suits and handing it off to officials at the memorial park.
The tennis star joined a glittering array of Olympic heroes handed gongs following their phenomenal success at the Rio Games.Pictured: Debbie's delight: The Fifties star with three-year-old Carrie in 1959, top, Debbie shows off her newborn daughter in 1956, left, and together at a 2015 awards bash, right.Legendary actress Debbie Reynolds may be laid to rest in one of her favorite red dress suits, as son Todd Fisher was pictured with it while planning a joint funeral for her and his sister Carrie Fisher.It holds what is thought to be the largest American collection of British contemporary art including this poignant work by Tracey Emin (top right).
But its real work is in helping young artists, one of whom told Daily how it had inspired him in high school and was now showcasing its work at its Dallas gallery (bottom left).
He previously suggested he had been repeatedly overlooked after being charged with tax evasion in 1989, despite being acquitted after a three-week trial.