my big fat gypsy wedding
The bodies of the twin brothers were discovered in a country lane in Kent on Saturday.
The series is called Married at First Sight and it does pretty much what it says on the tin: it takes two strangers, gets them to marry, gives them six weeks to see if they can make it work and then asks them to decide whether they want to stay together or not.
In a way, Eric Pickles has a point. The dire shortage of legal traveller sites in England is a blight on our society; fuelling social-exclusion and appalling health and educational outcomes for gypsy and traveller communities.
'My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding' is to return for a special Valentine's episode. Just how romantic it will be is unconfirmed, but
The Irish Traveller Movement in Britain has described the condemnation of two adverts for Channel 4's Big Fat Gypsy Wedding
My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding is being axed by Channel 4, it has been revealed. The documentary show about travellers - which
"Appleby Fair should make my people happy, and the settled people happy, that's the balance I try and strike", Billy Welch, an English Romany declares, sitting in his caravan up on Fair Hill, from where he organises much of the activity at the iconic gypsy gathering.
My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding star Paddy Doherty has been arrested after allegedly threatening to kill a rival. The Celebrity
Schools in Derbyshire were forced to close after travellers parked their caravans and motorhomes on playing fields. Pupils
Perhaps proof that the Americans will always do it better, the US version of My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding is promising to explode