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"I deeply regret doing it now. I had no idea it would turn out the way it did. Doing that story looked so tacky and it was portrayed as though it was just a fling. What is so hurtful is that, sex aside, I thought that Jude and I had a friendship. But once the rumours began that we'd been having an affair, he dropped me like a hot potato and terminated my employment with him. I feel very betrayed." Daisy Wright 2/2006
"A friend of mine is Sadie's personal assistant and that's how I got the job. Sadie was bubbly and laid back and Jude, too, was lively and friendly. Although they had been going through a divorce it seemed pretty friendly between them. Sadie's house was absolutely lovely, very chic and modern. There would always be lots of people coming and going. I once minded Kate Moss's daughter, Lila, when she came over. Jude's place was quieter. Sienna was usually there, but often in a different part of the house from him, learning lines. Jude didn't go out much at weekends, he preferred to devote his time to his kids. Sienna seemed sweet and I got on perfectly well with her...The three of us hung out together a bit. One day we went to the New Orleans carnival, which was amazing. Jude was hounded all the time by fans. Sienna was recognised too, but less so. Sienna spent a lot of time on set with Jude and while he was working, Jude's other nanny and I would take the children out on excursions to a crocodile park and museums." Daisy Wright 2/2006
"There was a distinct atmosphere [when I flew to New Orleans in March]. It felt very tense. I think Jude and Sienna must have had a row before I got there. [But] it was great fun, we had seats in a private, closed-off area and afterwards we went backstage. We were given pizza and red wine for the journey back home. Jude told me a little bit about his background and talked about his children, saying how hard it was not being able to be with them all the time. We talked about me, too, and were having a laugh and a giggle. Jude didn't mention Sienna. I said that if I married and had children, I would like to stay at home and he told me my husband would be a lucky man and that it was hard being with a career girl. Even though we were getting on so well, I didn't for one minute imagine anything was going to happen. I didn't look at him in that way - he wasn't my type at all." Daisy Wright 2/2006
"[He said to me, tipsy,] 'It's a big house and if you are lonely come and see me'...I was mortified [when one of his kids walked in on us] but Jude didn't seem too fussed. I was extremely aware of it, but because Jude didn't seem bothered I felt it took the responsibility away from me." Daisy Wright 2/2006
"My heart was pounding and I was terrified of going red when I saw him [the next day], but he was very friendly and there were quite a few meaningful looks between us. Jude said he was so sorry to have put me in this situation. I asked him if he was happy with Sienna and he put his hands on his head and said he didn't know. I was falling for him. I knew it was wrong but I couldn't help it. What I loved about him was how he adored his children - he was so caring." Daisy Wright 2/2006
"I was permanently anxious but Jude seemed relaxed about it so I thought, well, if the father's okay with it, then I will be, too. [One night] I could hear Jude in the bedroom, he was obviously having a row. Afterwards I knocked on his door and asked if he was alright and he said, 'No, not really.' He looked very upset. He had his script all over the bed and moved it away to let me lie down next to him. He was saying stuff like: 'I'm so confused, could we have a relationship?' But he was talking more to himself." Daisy Wright 2/2006
"One night I was downstairs and I could hear Jude's voice echoing down the stairwell. He was having a heated discussion with someone, saying over and over again: 'Come home, we want to see you.' When he came downstairs I asked him if he was okay, and he said he had a few problems and that he was going out. It woke me up it was so loud. They were arguing and I had to put the pillow over my head to try to get some sleep." Daisy Wright 2/2006
"I completely froze. I just laughed if off, saying I should be so lucky. The PA replied that it was strange, because one of the children had walked in on a dinner party at Sadie's house and announced he had found me in bed with Jude one night. She said that Sadie wanted a word with me. I phoned Jude straight away to tell him and he made a rueful joke about it. I realized I was going to have to raise the subject [with Sadie]. I said it was ludicrous and she replied that I could tell her if it was true, that she wouldn't mind, it was really quite funny." Daisy Wright 2/2006
"I was stunned, really upset. He said it was Sadie's decision, and he had no say in the matter. I asked him if what had happened between us meant anything at all and he said yes, of course it did, that we would still see each other. I was extremely upset about the way I was dismissed just like that from my job. I felt that Jude should have fought for me. I was really worried it was going to get out and that I should put my side across and my friends agreed. But I was reluctant because I am not the sort of person at all to do a kiss-and-tell." Daisy Wright 2/2006
"Why is it that the betrayed woman always blames the other woman, and not her cheating man? Anyway, I maintain it is impossible for someone to break up a happy relationship. I have very mixed feelings about him now. Maybe a part of me still is in love with him but another part feels anger and hatred that he could drop me like that. It has been devastating for me. I would like to hear from him and tell him that my speaking out was not intended to be a malicious kissand-tell, but I guess that I'm not exactly his favourite person. As for the rest of the Primrose Hill set, I really have no feelings about them at all." Daisy Wright 2/2006
"He called me up just two days before the story broke in the Sunday Mirror to arrange a meeting for last Wednesday. I had told him in a previous conversation that we would probably never see or speak to each other again. He called me up to say that my comment had really upset him." Daisy Wright 7/24/2005
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