Bowie and wife almost missed wedding over threesome

Bowie and wife almost missed wedding over threesome

David Bowie almost missed his own wedding after a threesome with his soon-to-be bride.

His now ex-wife Angie has opened up about their shocking love life and claimed they nearly missed their special day because of their habit for introducing other people into the bedroom.

Speaking to The Sun, she said: "The night before our wedding it was a mutual friend of ours. We went out for dinner, back to her place and had plenty of lively sex.

"We had a very late night and didn't go to bed until 3am or 4am. Then we woke up late in north London and had to be in Bromley by 10am to get married.

"We just about got there in time and staggered in. We saw David's mother Peggy and I thought, 'Oh boy, this is not good'."

She admitted this romp was typical of their wild life together, and she was just as accepting at the time.

She added: "David was big on threesomes with both men and women - the whole nine yards. And I was right in there."

Angie revealed the details of their "bulls**t romance", claiming the rock icon told her he didn't love her when he proposed.

She continued: "It was a bulls**t romance … He had told me before we married he didn't love me, so of course he was not going to be faithful. As it was the 60s I suppose they called it free love."

The 63-year-old former model also spoke about allegedly walking in on the 'Where Are We Now?' hitmaker when he was naked in bed with Mick Jagger.

She claimed: "I walked into the bedroom and David was there with all these pillows and duvets on top of him and on the other side of the bed was Mick's leg sticking out.

"I said, 'Did you guys have a good night?' They were so hungover they could hardly speak. I took pity on them."

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