Comedian Ricky Gervais has been with his girlfriend Jane Fallon for 40 years. They met when they were college students
Loose Women viewers couldn’t forget Ricky Gervais’ partner Jane Fallon as she showed off her youthful complexion on Tuesday’s show.
The 61-year-old appeared on the panel looking stunning in a yellow and black patterned shirt and light makeup that highlighted her very smooth face.
Her hair was also slicked back into a neat bun, showing off her complexion, prompting some fans of the show to say Jane looked “ageless”.
Jane was on the panel to discuss her new novel and revealed why online dating was her chosen topic.
“I’ve always been fascinated by it because it’s like a different universe for me. I can’t really imagine it. I’ve never done it, obviously,” she said.
“And a lot of my friends were doing it and I was just fascinated.”
Fans were too distracted by her beauty to focus on the show and took to Twitter to compliment her.
“Check out this gorgeous woman on @loosewomen @JaneFallon #LooseWomen,” one user commented.
Another said: “Jane Fallon looks good for 61! #LooseWomen.”
Ricky and Jane, who are the same age, met when they were both students at University College London in the 80s.
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Earlier this year, Ricky admitted he wanted to die before Jane.
He was on The One Show discussing his series, After Life, when the subject turned to his wife.
Alex says to him, “So you say you were inspired to write it [After Life] thinking about your wife Jane and what it would be like to lose her.
“So that means you’ve grown to like him a little more?”
Ricky replied that he still liked it and said that was actually where the idea came from.
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He said: “The first thought I had was what if you lost everything. You could do whatever you want and it wouldn’t matter.”
The comedian continued, “I had to think, ‘well, what loses everything?’ and to me, it’s your soul mate, your life partner, so that’s where it comes from.
Ricky admitted it would be terrible if he lost his partner and confessed, “I want to go first, which is selfish but I do.”
The couple have been together for decades but will not marry.
Ricky previously told The Times: “We are married for all intents and purposes, everything is shared and in fact our fake marriage has lasted longer than the real one.
“But it’s no use having a real ceremony before the eyes of God because there is no God.”
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