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But then she met the father of her now five-year-old son, Ted - an ill-fated relationship that lasted only a couple of weeks beyond Ted's birth.
"And there I was, on my own, facing life as a single mother again."There were other difficulties, too: Ted is an "XYY" child, born with an extra Y chromosome, which means that his behaviour can be "challenging".
"Nobody was less like a model than me: I did no exercise, had a wobbly bottom, was only 5 ft 5.5 inches tall and shared a flat with a dustman in Kingston upon Thames."At 25, she bolted the day before her intended nuptials to another man and ran off with Midge Ure.
"Then I went on the honeymoon with the man I was meant to have married, to try to sort everything out." Things couldn't be resolved and she married Ure on the Caribbean island of Montserrat in the mid-Eighties.
The setlist stretches right back to 1977 with punk supergroup the Rich Kids, through to Visage (Fade to Grey), and the many hits of Ultravox gems like Vienna, Dancing With Tears In My Eyes, Reap The Wild Wind and many more.
Plus key songs from his acclaimed solo albums like The Gift (with the infectious If I Was), Pure, and Answers to Nothing.
Ure says the three-piece approach is a lot of fun and adds colour, texture and depth to each songs essential elements a distinctly different approach to his solo tour here in April 2015.
Annabel Giles is one of those beautiful, slim women who, one imagines, irritatingly slipped back into her size 10 jeans as soon as she had given birth. She was "discovered" while working as a secretary and taken on to the books of Models 1, where she quickly became the face of Max Factor.
She married Midge Ure of Ultravox at the height of the band's fame and led the rock chick life, with homes and classic cars in London and the Caribbean.I took just enough for a home and a good life for Molly."She had kept working throughout the marriage and was now a television presenter - "I met a couple of blokes at a party and they offered me a three-minute slot on a show called Razzmatazz" - where she used her modelling experience to perform lightning makeovers on members of the public.