Jane McDonald admits the Queen is ‘the most consistent thing in my life’ amid heartbreak

Jane McDonald discusses life with partner Ed in 2018

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Jane McDonald, 58, has been through hell and back after the loss of her fiancé Eddie Rothe, back in March earlier this year, when The Searchers drummer sadly died of cancer aged 67. And while the latest episodes of her Cruise series air, the performer looked back on life and certain elements of this season that really stood out to her, noting the royal touch was an important part. In a recent interview, the singer admitted that visiting Windsor and Hampton Court Palace was a great experience to do on camera.

The Queen has been the most consistent thing in my life

Jane McDonald

“I have always been a fan of the royals,” she grinned.

“The Queen has been the most consistent thing in my life!”

While at Hampton Court, Jane also had the opportunity to live like a certain royal once did, as she played tennis dressed up as Henry VII.

Laughing, she said: “I do love an outfit!

“I’ve never played tennis in my life, but I wish I’d done it years ago.

“You just hit a ball don’t you? It was really good fun.”

Friday’s episode saw Jane travel to The Everglades in Florida, where she experienced riding on an airboat for the first time.

Despite being an enjoyable stop off, there was a point where she admitted she thought she was “going to die”.

“They don’t half put their foot down!” she exclaimed to OK! Magazine.

“You’re off and you’re thinking, ‘I’m going to die!’ You don’t obviously.”

She added: “There are 200 alligators living there, and it’s half the size of Yorkshire!”

Jane also spoke about how she plans on living life to the full after her heartbreaking loss following Eddie’s death.

The star and her late fiancé first met as teenagers and dated before they parted ways.

The couple then got back together after spending almost 30 years apart, following a surprise reunion behind-the-scenes of This Morning and confirmed their engagement in 2008.

Jane explained that the devastating events of the past year taught her that “life is for living”.

While reflecting on the journey across the Thames she filmed with pals in series seven: “Yes [it meant a lot], because usually I’m doing it with people I’ve met on board.

“To be able to take my closest friends on such an amazing trip was very emotional.

“If we know anything about what has happened in this past year, it’s that life is too short.

“We all think, ‘I’d better not spend that,’ but I tell you something, I’m going to spend a lot and I’m going to have the best time because you just don’t know when you’re going to be able to do it again.

“This has taught me that life is for living and I will live it even more when we are allowed out again.”

Jane’s full interview is available to read now in OK! Magazine.

Episode 2 of Cruising airs tonight at 9pm on Channel 5.

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