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Susan Boyle, 59, rose to fame on Britains Got Talent more than a decade ago and is keen to keep her private life out of the spotlight. But what is known about the I Dreamed A Dream singer’s personal life?

While Susan is seen to keep her private life out of the media, she has previously opened up about her love life.

In an interview with The Lady magazine, Susan said: “I did have a gentleman friend, a doctor. We went for lunch, but I didn’t tell anyone.

She later went on to say even if she was in a committed relationship, it wouldn’t lead to marriage.

Susan added: “But if I had a man friend it would be purely platonic – I’ve been on my own too long now to get married.”

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“It’s good manners to wait to be asked, so I’ll just have to continue to keep waiting.”

Susan later spoke more about her date with the ‘doctor’ to OK! where she admitted she hasn’t been on a date in six years.

She explained: “You mean go with fellas? No, youngsters may be able to do it, but I haven’t got the time.

“It is still nice to be asked though. I had a date in America six years ago, which lasted exactly 45 minutes.

“I went for a massage in the spa of a hotel and met a doctor, and then we went out for lunch.

“I didn’t tell anyone, and my team thought I’d been kidnapped.

“They were really panicking because I had a show that night. The guy was nice, but he wasn’t for me.

“I couldn’t be dealing with keeping up with the correspondence.”

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Susan is reported to have previously revealed her biggest regret was that she never had children of her own.

In a separate interview with The Lady magazine, Susan said: “I’ve a lovely house, why not share it? I love children.

“I’ve never had any of my own, that’s my biggest regret.”

Susan has previously spoken of how she would like to foster in the future.

Speaking to The Sun on Sunday, Susan said last year: “When things quieten down a bit I would like to get into fostering.

“I’m 58, so I’ve got something to bring my family home to. I’ve a lovely house, why not share it?

She went on to say: “I’ve got a couple who think the world of me. I love kids.

“I’ve never had any of my own, that’s my biggest regret, but I love kids. They’re good fun to be with.

“I am happy. I am loving every minute, loving life and bring on the rest.”

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