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"Love does not need an approval of marriage", meet the cutest couple James May and Sarah Frater; Together for 17 years, still unmarried

Updated On 26 Apr, 2019 Published On 23 Mar, 2017

If you have a passion for motor vehicles and consider yourself as one of the biggest fans of Top Gear show then you must be familiar with its daring host 'James May'. The show is one of the most watched factual television programs in the world.

Just like his professional life, James May has an interesting love affair as well with his long-term girlfriend Sarah Frater's, they are together since 2000 but still unmarried. 

It's just a trailer of their love life and if you seek to know more about your favorite anchor's personal life than read out our article below;     

James May and Sarah Frater; a compatible couple: How's Their Married Life Going On?

James and Sarah were together since 2000; they are extremely happy with their relationship and that might be the reason they don't need any proof of legal marriage to showcase their love for one another.

May with Sarah.
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The duo lived in their house at Hammersmith in west London. They are so much busy on uplifting their career as they didn't think of having a baby but we wish soon they welcomed a new member in their family. 

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May is one of the highest-paid anchors with a total net worth of £10million.

James May with his wife Sarah Frater.

Often they were seen together in parties and events. It's been almost 17 years of their togetherness and more years are yet to come. 

We have never heard any bad rumors regarding their relationship as they referred to as one of the most compatible couples.

James May; former host of Top Gear Series

James May is an original co-presenter of the Top Gear series. Yes, you heard it right but in 2002 when its revised version was telecast, James was missing from the show.

However, due to his huge fan following makers of the show were forced to bring him back on the show and as a result of the second series, he again became the host of the show.

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He replaced Dawe and everyone used to call him by "Captain Slow" because of his careful driving style.

James May, Source: car-addicts

If you were a regular viewer of the show then you must remember the 2007 series where he traveled to the magnetic North Pole along with his co-presenter Jeremy Clarkson and an Icelandic support crew by using a Modified Toyota Hilux.

According to his friend 'Clarkson', James was the first person to go there who actually didn't want to be there.

 

A coffee in Man Lab

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James tremendous and outstanding skills and daring attitude was something really appreciable and it helped him to earn millions of fans from all over the world.

 

Remember???

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The show was going on a fabulous way until BBC notify the decision on 25 March 2015 where Jeremy Clarkson was informed that his contract would not be renewed because of his dispute with the producer of the show.

In April 2015, May stated along with him and his other co-host Richard Hammond and Andy Wilman would not return to the show without Clarkson.

 

Cars of the People.

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Well, as of now he is busy presenting the show 'The Grand Tour' and he is doing great. 

Last but not the least we wish the couple all the best for their happy journey with one another and hope their love will never die.

James May: Quick Facts

  • Born on 16 January 1963 in Bristol, England.
  • He is best known as the co-presenter of the motoring programme Top Gear with Richard Hammond and Jeremy Clarkson.
  • He attended Caerleon Endowed Junior School in Newport.
  • Later, he studied music at Pendle College, Lancaster University.
  • He started working as a sub-editor on The Engineer and later Autocar. He has written for Car Magazine on a regular basis.
  • He was fired from Autocar for playing a prank. He wrote a secret message in the magazine's Road Test Year Book.
  • Initially, he appeared in a driving show on Channel 4.
  • Unsurprisingly, he owns many cars including Saab 9-5 Aero, Bentley T2, Triumph 2000, Jaguar XJS, Rolls-Royce Corniche, Rolls Royce Phantom, and Datsun 120Y.
  • He has an estimated net worth of about $25 million as of 2019.

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