" When you meet Judy Murray in person she’s quiet and elegant with no hint of the bunched fists or bared teeth that characterise her Wimbledon persona.Who, after all, can forget the sight of this most unsyrupy of mothers dressed in a candy floss pink frock, waltzing to the strains of Let’s Go Fly A Kite from Mary Poppins?magazine would never dream of writing ‘This car looks like someone with Down’s Syndrome’. But using an expression like ‘chromosomally challenged’ is just as tasteless in its own way and it’s aimed at the same target – they’re just using slightly more sophisticated language.“It’s good that changed the online version of their article, but I’m at a loss as to why they thought a phrase like that was acceptable in the first place.”Greenwood, who runs a communications agency in Dunblane, added: “Rosie just gets on with her life, like we all do.
Single parents from Dunblane and across the UK are finding love online near them through Dating After Kids.Those of us cursed with two left feet were all gunning for her – so did she? ‘I don’t think any of my Strictly dance moves came out but I did." The show, which aired last year, softened Judy’s tiger mother image and made her famous, but didn’t dent her love of sport."As soon as I could walk, my dad [a former footballer] would kick and throw balls at me.It’s a world away from the kilts and designer hats of Andy’s wedding at Dunblane Cathedral last weekend. " says Judy, 55, dribbling a ball over the net towards a little girl holding a tennis racket. The town really got behind us with heart-shaped burgers at the butcher’s and the local pub brewed a special beer called Togetherness Ale." Did the woman who delighted the public (but not the judges) in Strictly Come Dancing hit the dance floor on the night of her son’s wedding? When I ask her how she feels after her son’s wedding, her hazel eyes mist over.