How-sweet

Apparently, a 4 year old boy was in Adventureland wearing a princess outfit, with a princess autograph book, just decked out in princess gear. A random man was calling him gay. Peter Pan hangs out in Adventureland. He saw what was going on and went over to him and said “Excuse me, sir, but I’m going to give you some advice that I never give anybody. Grow up.”

1. Cumberbatch is really enjoying fatherhood

“I’ve become a father and a husband, and in the right order – just! I might go for a Cumber-batch of boys!” Asked if it is nice to get out of the house once in a while now he has a young child, he said, “I’m always in a rush to get back. It’s everything. I have a new life form that needs his father’s help in the world and his mother needs a little help once in a while. It’s what being a parent is about so it’s not an excuse to get away from what I am doing, it’s what I ought to be doing and after three and half hours of Hamlet I think that’s okay.”

2. The Sherlock star hasn’t seen the Christmas special

“It’s great, it’s fantastic, but I haven’t actually seen it yet,“ Cumberbatch admitted. "It’s set in Victorian London – the original Conan Doyle setting, fog and all. I think I’m allowed to say it’s a stand alone story, but not without any relation to the series… you’ll just have to wait and see.”

My husband and I were in tears when we watched him at Glastonbury. Ed is like a member of the family. He used to live here and we would make him dinner and do his washing and now he’s headlining Glastonbury on his own. He works so, so hard – I said to my kids that Uncle Ed is someone to look up to
—  Amy Wadge on hearing “Thinking Out Loud” for the first time, Wales Online