Okay, try to picture the scene: I’m lying on the ground, camera in hand, attempting to take a "fantastic close-up" of Jennie, OH’s sat to one side of me. I want J to look at the camera and not at OH, so say to him "Put your hand behind my head" to get mutt to look at me. She looked up above his head instead, I couldn’t understand why until I look at OH. And guess what? He’s got his hand behind his head because that’s what the numpty (I love him really, lol) thought I’d said, though he couldn’t work out how putting his hand behind his head and not mine would make J look at me!

I blame the heat!

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