Lip Service star Heather Peace talks about life and love
LIP Service star Heather Peace may finally be ready to settle down with the girl she loves.
In an interview with the UK’s first and only, paid-for gay wedding magazine Tickled Pink, the Yorkshire-born actress talks frankly about her life and love.
"I may finally have found what I have been looking for, for all these years,” she says.
The full interview is featured in the 2011 North West edition of Tickled Pink, which is currently only available to buy through our website.
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I just happened to come across your site and it looks great. I am a make-up artist based in Cornwall and I have done a few lesbian weddings over the past couple of years and what surprises me is that they phone up and are worried that I may take offence that they are gay. It must be horrible to feel in that position so to have a magazine featuring people who are happy to make their day special is such a fantastic idea.
- Sally Orchard
Just a quick email to thank you for my copy of the new magazine and to say how pleased I am to be part of it – I’m really impressed! I love the tone of the editorial which has managed to be informative without being patronising – a rarity in the world of wedding journalism, I find! Wishing you every success with the South West edition of Tickled Pink.
Alison Miles - Alison Miles Couture, Bath, Somerset
Congratulations to all of you on a great magazine. I hope it is really successful. We photograph our first civil partnership in November. We cannot wait.
- Diana & Dave, David Golding Wedding Photography, Buxton
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- Belinda, Wonderland Tea Parties
We think it's great news that there will finally be a magazine dedicated to the gay wedding community. We wish you all the best for the magazine.
- Stephen & Jason