Ed Miliband ‘dated Andrew Marr’s super-injunction lover’

May 2nd, 2011 - 4:21 pm ICT by ANI  

Gordon Brown London, May 2 (ANI): It has emerged that Labour leader Ed Miliband had a fling with the former lover of Andrew Marr involved in his ’super-injunction’.

The two met about 10 years ago when Miliband worked for Gordon Brown in the Treasury.

Though the woman has not been named, she had a relationship with Miliband, 41, in 2002, reports the Daily Mail.

The relationship ended later that year, during his break from Treasury duties to study at Harvard University in America.

It is understood that Miliband started dating the woman after his split from Labour adviser Liz Lloyd, who worked for Tony Blair in No 10.

At the height of their relationship, Miliband was said to be ‘completely smitten’ with the woman.

The woman, a prominent political journalist, fell pregnant a year after parting from Miliband and had a daughter, now aged seven.

BBC broadcaster Marr believed he was the girl’s father until a DNA test years later proved he was not.

Last week Marr, 51, dropped the High Court injunction used to conceal his adulterous affair with the unmarried woman, who has not been named.

Since discovering that Marr is not the father, the mother has reportedly said that the real father is ‘not a public figure’.

Miliband’s link with her emerged as friends of Marr and his former lover disputed accounts of their relationship - and the circumstances of the DNA test. (ANI)

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