They have bought themselves homes in suburban West London, but nothing ostentatious.Mark’s one treat is a custom-built whisky bar boasting more than 100 rare bottles.Instead, you might consider going for drive, hiking in the mountains, or making dinner together. Could the daughter have done anything to make the father feel at ease? Should he have said anything to show more trust in his daughter? Does the boy pick up the girl from her house or do they meet somewhere? ‘I was just saying you’ve got to have your music as ready as possible and get it out as soon as you can.’He is not disconcerted that The Voice was soundly beaten in the ratings by Britain’s Got Talent which he doesn’t see as a rival. But the producers may feel it is time to take stock and see if any changes to be made next year’.
‘We like to be warmed up when we go on stage — unlike a lot of bands who only warm up around the fourth or fifth song.‘The request for The Script to play came from the Palace but I have no idea who,’ says Danny. He decided to be cautious anyway and thought it would cause less offence if instead of him singing the line he should change the gender and get Indiana to sing “I will be queen and you, you will be king.” ‘I didn’t want the words to appear offensive so I swapped them round,’ he says. ‘She said “Glastonbury; that’s the place with all the mud, isn’t it?‘On their way out a lady-in-waiting told me they watch The Voice so I can only presume I‘ve made some kind of impression but I don’t know with whom.’Conscious that Prince Philip had been admitted to hospital the previous evening Danny asked for the Palace to approve the lyrics, not wishing to offend Her Majesty, and received the O. ‘The Queen did seem a bit distracted when we were playing. ” I said, “Yes, you would probably have to put on your Royal wellies if you want to make it down.” It was hilarious.’The band had known they were to play to a special guest but weren’t told who until five days before.Danny leaps onto the stage and there is a roar of applause and the flash of cameras.Then their music strikes up, the crowd – mostly glammed-up women who have queued outside the Cardiff Motorpoint Arena for hours – goes crazy.