Upon the release of No Angel in 1999, after a long time promoting the album, Dido broke up with her fiancé, entertainment lawyer Bob Page, after a seven-year relationship.
Dido is a keen Arsenal F.C. fan and regularly attended matches with her father as a child.
In February 2011, Dido posted a message on her official website, explaining to fans that she would not perform at the 83rd Academy Awards because she was pregnant and was expecting a baby with her husband Rohan Gavin. Dido gave birth to her son Stanley in July 2011. This news was not released to the press until December 2011.
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