I cannot say this anywhere public because I now work in PR, but I'm a former journalist who was trained in journalism in the UK and I am so excited for someone to finally out and challenge the insane toxic BS attitude the British press has (that I was essentially taught in journalism school) that if you are famous for any reason you have signed over the right to any privacy whatsoever and in fact have signed up to be raked over the coals, lied about, denigrated, compared unfavorably to other human beings that give them more access, trolled, followed, photographed mourning, weeping, naked or what the fuck ever - and judged mercilessly for every single step you take, word you say and glance you glance. And if you so much as question their right to do so, or selfishly experience a mental health crisis as a result of aforementioned torment then you suck and deserve even more of the above. Idgaf if the person is question is not perfect, it's still toxic as hell. And breathe. Sorry just was bursting to say that somewhere.