But Fielding said times have changed. "The pressure from society was so great - remember that scene in the first movie where she goes to a dinner party with six married couples who asked, 'Why aren't you married?'" she told an audience at the Hay Festival. "And I think what probably has shifted now is that pressure to be in a couple. I think people are too embarrassed now to say, 'Why aren't you married?' because they know it's a stupid question. "Women are big multi-taskers now.
However, according to Warne, one element of the picture is not quite true. He has claimed that bosses at the MCC demanded the portrait be redone before going on display because it made him appear a little too well-endowed. Fanny Rush, the artist who produced the portrait, said the story was "not particularly true or particularly not true", which only served to confuse matters. Asked about the portrait, which has hung in the Long Room since 2005, the great leg-spinner described it as "pretty good".
Healthcare Quarterly, 20(1) April 2017: 57-61.doi:10.12927/hcq.2017.25137 Engaging Patients and their Families Listening to Improve: Transforming Patient Relations Measurement and Reporting in Ontario Patricia Sullivan-Taylor, Rachel Frohlich, Anita Singh and Anna Greenberg Tweet Abstract Effective patient relations are important to improve patient experience and deliver better care. Policy and legislative changes in Ontario have increased accountabilities for patient relations and...