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At the time Romania she had found shockingly poor conditions, and children so damaged they compulsively self-harmed. The older children would fight with her and steal from her, but the contrast to her own sheltered upbringing left her felt needed and loved in a way she had never experienced before.
On her second trip to Romania when she met her future husband their romance was beyond the ordinary because Dunlop was 19 and Vlad was Tessa Dunlop with her father Donald who died in and donated his body to medical science She was often invited to the family home for super and came to single out Vlad as a bright, canny child with an ear for language.
He started going to her English classes, becoming a top pupil, although she said at the time here interest was not romantic.
Tessa Dunlop at Herne Hill Velodrome in south London in Vlad did well in class, and the school offered to sponsor him, but overwhelmed with homesickness, he decided to return to his family. After graduating Dunlop moved to London, landing a job on talk radio station LBC in the s, starting on the night-time shift.
She progressed well and was handed her own daytime show to present, but Romania remained in her thoughts. The romance is detailed in her new book, To Romania With Love, her autobiography about their romance. Tessa Dunlop She declines to reveal her husbands real name in the book because he hates the fact she has even written it.
Despite his concern it describes how when they were first together, Vlad seemed more interested in being a teenager, than with a London based radio presenter. She distracted herself from the devastating blow by pouring even more energy into her obsession with Vlad - relentlessly worrying about his smoking.
Eventually her mother stepped in writing to him, asking him to give up tobacco because her daughter was so upset, and demonstrating some commitment, he did.
Despite the unusual start, family difficulties, cultural divide and long distance, the couple now have a three-year-old daughter Mara, who is fluent in English and Romanian.
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