Tina & Bobby DVD|
Based on the memoirs of Tina Moore, this is the epic love story of football's original golden couple: an ordinary girl who falls for an ordinary boy only to be launched into an extraordinary life. Teenage secretary Tina Dean (Michelle Keegan; Our Girl, Coronation Street) marries promising young footballer Bobby Moore (Lorne MacFadyen; The Level, Grantchester) for love and begins an extraordinary life, that neither could have predicted. As Bobby's career flourishes, Tina is happy to consider herself the first WAG, though she struggles to master life as a suburban housewife. In the lead up to the 1966 World Cup, when illness threatens not just Bobby's career but also his life, it's Tina who gets him through. With Bobby leading England to victory, the couple become superstars but fame has a price. When Bobby's career wanes and their wealth evaporates, Tina faces the toughest battle of all...from£7.59 | RRP:
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Three-part ITV drama chronicling the relationship of Tina and Bobby Moore (Michelle Keegan and Lorne MacFadyen). The programme begins as the pair start dating in 1957 and Bobby's football career takes off as he rises through the youth set-up at West Ham. Five years later, the couple get married and start a family as Bobby is thrust more into the limelight when he is named captain of his country. However, the same year he is also diagnosed with cancer which he is grateful to have treated early. Throughout Bobby's career, the pair become iconic celebrities as Bobby lifts the world cup with England in 1966 but his fame and fortune brings more attention and scrutiny on both him and his wife.
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