Despite telling the world pre- her election to parliament in 2005 that she had married Paul Dorries, a mining engineer on her return from Zambia; and telling the world post- election and in parliament to boot that she married him in Zambia before their return, laden with child, there is no record whatsoever of her ever marrying the man. There should be even if the wedding was overseas. Clearly then there would be no need for any divorce! Messy or otherwise. They were just living over the broom as it were. And with a woodyard at the back of Nadine's ridiculous seven-bedroom "second home" there are all the makings of a new broom when Mr Dorries gets his affairs in order.
Although he's been a missing person for some time his red saloon, a Jaguar or similar, has been spotted in the vicinity. And the rascal has even sneaked in late at night and used the Mum-Ps land line telephone - including for at least one international call - to try to score some more with his chronically ill-advised rich widows. A MissPer poster campaign has we're told begun with an epicentre in South Warwickshire where he had digs and indeed a mate's sofa as a refuge when he had to leave the Mum-P. Well wishers have now hired a most excellent Private Investigator to find Paul and help get him back on the straight and narrow.
DORRIES TRIVIA: The picture these chaps are using is from 2003, taken on the occasion of the opening of Nadine's ill-fated, nominally Gorgeous shop in Prestbury, Cheshire. The hand creeping in on the right of shot belongs to a rather famous former coke fiend and adulteress, now in recovery and selling thousands of snort and tell tomes. As it goes there is another mystery fella in one of the other shots on this reel. We may come back to that one and try to crowd-source his identity another time. But I digress. And Paul may have changed a bit in the intervening seven years.
DORRIES CROWD SOURCE: Have you seen this man? A former Gloucestershire councillor who harboured parliamentary ambitions before his partner rained on his parade and took the gig. Sometimes of course "the disappeared" who want to stay disappeared may use an alias or three but in this case we've no reports of such. Mike Lenny's team would love to catch up with Paul. Please ring 020 7794 8100 if you can help. Perhaps you've done a bit of business with the fella and you'd like to give him a reference?