“I had no idea that I was marrying a gay man. I found him such an attractive individual.
He wanted to marry, he was fascinated with me, but only because of what he had seen on the screen, really.
It didn’t injure or damage me in any way, because he maintained a friendship with me and my future husband.
But it was a shock to me when it ended, I wasn’t prepared for that. It was just a terrible error I made as a very young woman. But I don’t regret it.” — Angela Lansbury, opening up to The Radio Times about her marriage to Richard Cromwell, who she married when she was 19 and he was 35.