‘Our age difference doesn’t matter’: Vic Reeves’ wife Nancy Sorrell, 47, reveals plans to renew marriage vows with comedian, 62, as she takes criticism
They have been married since 2003 and share twin daughters.
Still, Nancy Sorrell, 47, could soon say ‘yes’ for the second time to Vic Reeves, 62, with the model revealing her hopes for the couple to renew their marriage vows.
While the couple have yet to set a date, Nancy said The sun: ‘Nothing is set in stone yet but we want to renew our vows because we think it is the right thing to do. Then we will be together another 100 years! ‘
‘Our age difference doesn’t matter’: Vic Reeves’ wife Nancy Sorrell, 47, has revealed plans to renew her marriage vows with the comedian, 62, as she s ‘criticized critics (pictured together in 2019)
Nancy said her relationship with Shooting Stars legend Vic was shot down by critics early on, with some predicting it wouldn’t last.
But, despite a 15-year age gap, the couple are still together 20 years later and are still happily married.
She told the publication: “They said it would never last and it would only last two weeks. They would point out the age difference but it was not our concern.
“At first it was tough. We couldn’t understand why people kept saying our relationship would end. But we just ignored it.
In the long run: Vic and Nancy (pictured in 2007) share 14-year-old twin girls Elizabeth and Nell and she is also the stepmother to her two children from her previous marriage to Sarah Vincent
She added, “People we knew personally were fine with us, but everyone just thought our relationship wasn’t going to work out and that was a joke.”
Nancy went on to say that she believed they had proven their opponents wrong with the length of their romance, although she still couldn’t understand why people had a problem with their relationship.
Vic and Nancy share 14-year-old twins Elizabeth and Nell, and she is also the stepmother to her two children from her previous marriage to Sarah Vincent.
Meanwhile, in January, Vic – real name James Roderick Moir – and his comedy partner Bob Mortimer recounted how they were threatened at gunpoint during a ‘doomed motorcycle trip’ to across California in 1992.
The comedic duo reveal that they took a “wrong turn” and ended up in the city of Compton, Los Angeles, famous for its gang culture at the time.
Speaking on his new podcast with Jools Holland, Vic said they pulled up to a red light in the city before being threatened with a gun by another driver.
Always together: Nancy said her relationship with Shooting Star legend Vic was shot down by critics early on, with some predicting it wouldn’t last (pictured in 2006)
The comic said, “We took a doomed motorcycle trip to California in ’92. We got there, rented a few motorcycles.
“I had read a book about the Bloods and the Cribs and the gangs in Los Angeles, and we made a mistake.
“We took a wrong turn and ended up in the middle of Compton and a big van pulled up next to us at the lights and a man pointed a gun at us through the window and said, ‘Get out of here. here “.
“We said, ‘We’re just waiting for the lights to change and we’re off.’
Speaking to Bob, 61, he added: “You were very laid back about it all. I had read this book and was terrified.
“We didn’t go anywhere because it started to rain. It was the ’92 flood. We stayed in a house in Laurel Canyon for three weeks with our motorcycles outside.
Bob added, “We were going to cross the west coast to the east coast on a motorbike, but when we brought them back to the rental place I think we rode 19 miles with them.”
The couple rented motorcycles in hopes of driving from the West Coast to the East Coast of the United States, but turned around early in their trip due to heavy rain.
Shocking Tale: In January, Vic and his comedy partner Bob Mortimer recounted how they were threatened at gunpoint during a “doomed motorcycle trip” through California in 1992