Dawn French’s life has changed drastically since The Vicar Of Dibley ended. There have been some monumental highs and devastating lows since the final episode aired back in January 2007 to nearly 13 million viewers. Now Reverend Geraldine Granger is back in three highly-anticipated Christmas specials, The Vicar of Dibley In Lockdown, as she prepares to deliver sermons via webcam. “Back in the dog collar, back in Dibley and back on your telly at Christmas. I couldn’t be happier. Bless you,” said an excited Dawn ahead of the new eps, which start tonight. Dawn’s lovable down-to-earth vicar, who initially ruffled a few feathers when she arrived in the village, got married to Harry Kennedy (Richard Armitage) in the final episode. Just three years later, Dawn and Lenny Henry announced they were splitting up after 25 years of marriage. The comedians first met in 1980 and married four years later, before adopting their daughter Billie in 1991. They were together throughout The Vicar of Dibley’s run, but they decided to call an end to their marriage in April 2010. Lenny explained fame made things “tougher” for them both, and admitted: “It is a strange job, showbiz, because you are in the… Read full this story
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