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Lleyton, Bec, and Baby Hewitt

Socket
05-09-2005, 04:08 AM
Looks like the baby is due sometime after October, and that Bec and Lleyton might get married before December.

Bec may give away Home and Away
Date: 09/05/05
By Jonathon Moran

Bec Cartwright has hinted at plans to quit her long running stint on TV soap Home and Away when she gives birth to her first child later this year.

Cartwright and her tennis star fiance Lleyton Hewitt have spoken to New Idea magazine about their baby, expected in November.

"My contract (with Home and Away) ends later on in the year, so that works out perfectly for me and I'll just stick with this guy for a little bit, I think," said Cartwright, referring to Hewitt.

The celebrity duo became engaged in late January, only six weeks after they began dating and on the night of Hewitt's loss in the final of the Australian Open.

The 21-year-old has played Hayley on Home and Away for six years. Her TV character is also pregnant.

"It'll be at the end of the year (the birth) so it's after the grand slams at least," Hewitt told the magazine.

Hewitt, 23, will travel to Europe in the coming weeks to compete in the French Open and Wimbledon.

"The baby is obviously going to be our main priority," he said.

"Since we've been engaged, Bec has been my priority before tennis.

"I'll be playing as many tournaments as I can next year and trying to keep my ranking in the top couple in the world.

"It'd be fantastic to win another major with a new baby and my new wife around me. It's a little bit more motivation."

The couple met five years ago at a Starlight Foundation charity tennis day, but only became close late last year after Hewitt's split with Belgian tennis star Kim Clijsters.

They say they're yet to set a date for the wedding.

"We were planning on getting married at the end of the year," Hewitt said.

"But obviously that's not going to happen now. We're back to square one.

"It's really up in the air at the moment. A lot depends on how Bec feels, it's a real question mark at the moment."

The couple have also put on hold plans to visit Cambodia to check the progress of an orphanage they had committed to funding.

They were to build the orphanage with money received from exclusive TV and magazine interviews about their relationship.

The pregnancy news caps off a big year for Cartwright, who since becoming engaged has bought a house with Hewitt on Sydney's northern beaches.

As well as winning a Silver Logie last week, the blonde beauty was nominated for the gold Logie for most popular TV personality.

She also won last year's season of Dancing With the Stars, donating her money from the show to the AIDS Trust of Australia.

Besides this she recently topped FHM magazine's poll of the 100 Sexiest Women for 2005.

Hewitt recently filmed a cameo role for Home and Away, which will be screened in June.

"We've had lots of great things happen to us in 2005," Cartwright said.

"It's definitely going to be a year to remember. And it's hard to believe we'll have a baby here at Christmas."

Copyright © 2005 AAP

NOMAD
05-09-2005, 04:38 AM
Bec sick on set


May 9, 2005

EXPECTANT mum Bec Cartwright is suffering from severe morning sickness and has been ill on the set of Home and Away.


"I've been suffering not just morning sickness but all day sickness which isn't fun when you have to go to work and be as perky as Hayley," she tells New Idea.
"Also, to keep it a secret for the first three months I've tried to be as normal as possible so no one catches on," she says.

She initially thought it was a stomach bug, caught from her sister when the sickness came on.

"But then I started getting suspicious and I found out that this bug was going to stick around a little longer."

Cartwright said she and fiance Lleyton Hewitt were awaiting furniture to be delivered to their new $4.5million Palm Beach palace and would now have to order more to fit out a nursery for the child, due in October.

"When we walked through the house our parents were joking around and said: 'Oh this room could be the nursery,' but we didn't even know then," she said.

She has also gone off her favourite food - chocolate-- and is craving garlic bread, garlic pizza and apples.

"And I can't stand the smell of coffee," she says.

She said she expected people to think "they do things quickly" but the couple were taking parenthood very seriously.

According to Lleyton, family comes before tennis but we won't be losing him from the spotlight.

"I'll be playing as many tournaments as I can next year and trying to keep my ranking in the top couple in the world," he told the magazine.

Max
05-09-2005, 04:47 AM
After reading New Idea- the baby is due in mid to late November.There are some new photo's, some with them sitting down and the others are of them on the balcony of their new house, they say their both very excited, they don't want to know sex of baby, doesn't sound like she is going to continue with Home and Away when her contract runs out, they were going to marry in december, but thats now on hold, there just waiting for their furniture to arrive at the new place.

NOMAD
05-09-2005, 04:58 AM
Thanks for the info,Max :hug:

ally_014
05-09-2005, 06:35 AM
The article is rather sweet - Kerrin from Lleytonland is going to scan it if anyone is interested :)

NOMAD
05-09-2005, 01:47 PM
oops, just found out that article I posted has been posted in the other thread.Sorry!

http://seven.com.au/todaytonight/popup_video_automated/80004

NOMAD
05-09-2005, 02:12 PM
http://img94.echo.cx/img94/6018/016585006126007td.jpg


Bec reveals pregnancy is causing all-day sickness

09may05
BEC Cartwright and Lleyton Hewitt sure have been busy.

They are still waiting for furniture to be delivered to their new $4.5 million beachside home in Sydney and now they have to make more orders to fit out the nursery.

In an interview in the latest edition of New Idea magazine, Home and Away star Bec reveals more details on her pregnancy, divulged by The Advertiser on Saturday.

In the magazine interview, she admits some of the side effects of pregnancy are that she's gone off her favourite food - chocolate.

Riveting stuff.

Bec also says she expects people to jump on the "they do things quickly" bandwagon after the announcement.

Of course, she's in the middle of the morning sickness period but for Bec it's all-day sickness.

She initially thought it was a stomach bug when the sickness came on.

It's this vague, pregnant feeling she blames for her tongue-tied moment during an interview with Eddie McGuire at the Logies a week ago.

Due in October, the baby will arrive around the same time Bec's contract will be up on Home and Away, so some sort of hiatus from the show seems likely.

According to Lleyton, family comes before tennis but we won't be losing him from the spotlight. "I'll be playing as many tournaments as I can next year and trying to keep my ranking in the top couple in the world," he told the magazine.

Socket
05-09-2005, 02:18 PM
That's a GREAT photo of them! Thanks so much! :kiss:

Tara, I owe you a PM, but it will have to be later today.

NOMAD
05-09-2005, 02:21 PM
That's a GREAT photo of them! Thanks so much! :kiss:

Tara, I owe you a PM, but it will have to be later today.

Take your time. :kiss:

Murkofan
05-09-2005, 03:57 PM
Don't we already have a few threads devoted to this/them? :p

surfpinky
05-09-2005, 04:09 PM
Aww, they both look gorgeous in that photo. I wish them all the best. :)
Hewitt, 23, will travel to Europe in the coming weeks to compete in the French Open and Wimbledon.

I thought Lleyton was 24, not 23.

Socket
05-09-2005, 04:28 PM
Don't we already have a few threads devoted to this/them? :p
Yes, we do. :p

Socket
05-09-2005, 04:29 PM
Aww, they both look gorgeous in that photo. I wish them all the best. :)


I thought Lleyton was 24, not 23.
Yes, he is 24.

Murkofan
05-09-2005, 04:31 PM
Yes, we do. :p

Then no mas :p

Socket
05-09-2005, 04:34 PM
Then no mas :p
No way. :p

athina7
05-09-2005, 05:16 PM
Nice pic! They look happy. Good for them!

Socket
05-09-2005, 05:22 PM
Nice pic! They look happy. Good for them!
Yes, they do, don't they? :)

And you can never have too many threads with photos of happy people, can you? :p

athina7
05-09-2005, 05:30 PM
So true! Very nice to see! :)

Socket
05-09-2005, 06:52 PM
Here's a really nice photo of Bec.

alexito
05-10-2005, 02:22 AM
I´m very happy for lleyton.

Hagar
05-10-2005, 07:46 PM
Did Lleyton sell his house in Adelaide?

Turkeyballs Paco
05-10-2005, 07:50 PM
I don't know. Isn't his Aussie Rules friend still living there?

For someone out on extended injury leave, Lleyton sure is generating lots of interesting gossip.

Hagar
05-10-2005, 07:53 PM
"My contract (with Home and Away) ends later on in the year, so that works out perfectly for me and I'll just stick with this guy for a little bit, I think," said Cartwright, referring to Hewitt.

Bye, bye, career! This is going to cause big trouble in this relationship...

"I'll be playing as many tournaments as I can next year and trying to keep my ranking in the top couple in the world.

"It'd be fantastic to win another major with a new baby and my new wife around me. It's a little bit more motivation."

Does Bec realize that she will be a new Steffi Graf on the ATP-tour? Because this is how it sounds to me!

Socket
05-10-2005, 07:58 PM
Did Lleyton sell his house in Adelaide?
I haven't read so, but since I don't live in Australia, I don't hear all the local news. He does own a lot of real estate in the Adelaide area as investments, so maybe he sold some of that recently.

The last I read, Andrew McLeod was still living there.

Socket
05-10-2005, 08:00 PM
Does Bec realize that she will be a new Steffi Graf on the ATP-tour? Because this is how it sounds to me!
Steffi's a class act, so I can think of worse things. :)

Turkeyballs Paco
05-10-2005, 10:07 PM
I don't have a flash career like Bec, but I would gladly be Lleyton's little Steffi. It sounds like she's ready to do this, so I guess she'll be there with him at the tournaments, I assume if he keeps playing, and when the kid is old enough to travel.

roly23
05-10-2005, 10:38 PM
I haven't read so, but since I don't live in Australia, I don't hear all the local news. He does own a lot of real estate in the Adelaide area as investments, so maybe he sold some of that recently.

The last I read, Andrew McLeod was still living there.


The Herald Sun reported a few weekends ago that Macleod had 'resumed' his relationship with his wife Rachel.

Turkeyballs Paco
05-10-2005, 10:47 PM
Ah, a resumed relationship. Sounds so romantic. :p

Socket
05-10-2005, 11:03 PM
The Herald Sun reported a few weekends ago that Macleod had 'resumed' his relationship with his wife Rachel.
I'm glad to hear that, and especially glad for their children.

Hagar
05-11-2005, 07:48 AM
Steffi's a class act, so I can think of worse things. :)

Yeah, but Steffi is doing this after a fantastic career... So far Bec has had a "career" but nowhere does hers compare to the career of a tennis champion...

Anyway, I just do not believe in this matchup. Don't understand the hurry... I find it unhealthy. Why don't these two take the time to find out if they really have something in common? I don't think they have and they might find out very soon...

star
05-11-2005, 12:05 PM
I know it's pretty confusing. Bec was talking about not having children for 10 years and not giving up her career to follow Lleyton around the world. I don't know if she was saying that before she knew she was pregnant or not. But, she is pregnant. She will have a baby barring something terrible happening, and then both of them will have to deal with it. I don't think anyone knows how they will deal with parenthood until it is upon them. Bec and Lleyton will just have to work it out like everybody else.

They've both had adventurous lives up til now, and it looks as if it will continue. --- with all of us looking on. :lol:

sprinterluck
05-11-2005, 02:53 PM
I know it's pretty confusing. Bec was talking about not having children for 10 years and not giving up her career to follow Lleyton around the world. I don't know if she was saying that before she knew she was pregnant or not.

I don't know either. Maybe she did know about the pregnancy when she made those statements.

I found it really odd that when she was 2 months pregnant in a piece in the Sunday Telegraph, she specifically pointed out that she's was raised a Catholic and is NOT a practicing Catholic.
Obviously she is not a practicing Catholic in the strictest sense of Catholicism if she's out having premarital sex. Given that Australia is about 75% Christian the pregnancy is bound to raise some eyebrows there.

Possibly she knew about the baby then (especially since she was already 2 months pregnant) and her PR people tried to do damage control before the pregnancy announcement by putting forth her religious beliefs (or lack thereof) and by throwing people off with that bit about not wanting to having a baby until 10 years later.

virgil23
05-11-2005, 08:08 PM
Actually MANY women don't find out they are pregnant until about late two months or early three months into it. If you're a woman who is notoriously not regular with your monthly periods; unless there's serious morning sickness and such, you won't figure out for awhile.

As for the whole Catholic issue or whatever and people looking down on her or whatever; that's debatable. I'm not Australian so one would have to enlighten me but are they Orthodox Catholics or more modern type Catholics? I'm asking because pretty much 80% of my island are Catholics and damn near 98% are Christians; however the rate of out of wedlock babies is extremely high. Sure it's not celebrated but one hardly looks down on someone or shuns them because of it. Especially not if the two people were already engaged before the baby was conceived.

Look ideally, one should probably wait to have sex before marriage but let's be honest here, there is a wide proportion of persons not doing that. Now quite frankly the two are both independant adults who are in a committed relationship (must be, they are engaged) so the idea that she'll be judged by the Aussie media for this quite frankly seems a little ridiculos to me. Because really I'm SURE Lleyton and Kim never engaged in pre-marital sex.

star
05-11-2005, 08:15 PM
I don't know what being catholic or christian has to do with it. I think there are other religons that are a little more strict about these things.

Hagar
05-11-2005, 09:38 PM
Actually MANY women don't find out they are pregnant until about late two months or early three months into it. If you're a woman who is notoriously not regular with your monthly periods; unless there's serious morning sickness and such, you won't figure out for awhile.

As for the whole Catholic issue or whatever and people looking down on her or whatever; that's debatable. I'm not Australian so one would have to enlighten me but are they Orthodox Catholics or more modern type Catholics? I'm asking because pretty much 80% of my island are Catholics and damn near 98% are Christians; however the rate of out of wedlock babies is extremely high. Sure it's not celebrated but one hardly looks down on someone or shuns them because of it. Especially not if the two people were already engaged before the baby was conceived.

Look ideally, one should probably wait to have sex before marriage but let's be honest here, there is a wide proportion of persons not doing that. Now quite frankly the two are both independant adults who are in a committed relationship (must be, they are engaged) so the idea that she'll be judged by the Aussie media for this quite frankly seems a little ridiculos to me. Because really I'm SURE Lleyton and Kim never engaged in pre-marital sex.

In the Western world, no one will be shocked if a woman that was raised Catholic has premarital sex and is pregnant without being married. There is absolutely nothing special or abnormal about that.
The only strange thing in the Bec-Lleyton story is that they seem to run against time. It just all has to be done in 2005; engagement, baby, marriage. I find that very odd.

Socket
05-11-2005, 11:56 PM
Kerrin on Lleytonland has scanned the New Idea article. It's a nice article, with lots of good photos. Here's the link:

http://www.lleytonhewitt.biz/newideamay.htm

star
05-12-2005, 03:36 AM
:wavey: Thanks Marlene. :kiss: Lley looks very very happy. :)

Turkeyballs Paco
05-12-2005, 02:20 PM
Cool, Marlene. Thanks for the link.

Socket
05-12-2005, 03:06 PM
You're both welcome. And he really does look happy, doesn't he? It's always nice to see him that way.

jusjctin
05-12-2005, 03:19 PM
Hey guys guess what I saw today! A commercial for Dancing with the stars! An American one is going to be on ABC in three weeks. One of the celebrities is Evander Hollyfield the boxer. Interesting huh!

Socket
05-13-2005, 05:08 PM
Looks like Bec will be traveling with Lleyton for the near future!

Bec's farewell to Summer Bay

May 13, 2005

POPULAR Home and Away star Bec Cartwright has confirmed she will leave the soapie next month as she prepares for another role - motherhood.

News of her exit comes one week after Cartwright, who has played Hayley Lawson on the show since 1998, announced that she was expecting a baby later this year with her tennis star fiancee Lleyton Hewitt.

The 21-year-old star, who recently picked up her first Logie for most popular actress, had hinted in a magazine interview earlier this week that she would leave Summer Bay.

On Friday in a statement, she announced she was leaving the series for personal reasons, and would film her final scenes with the top-rating show at the end of June.

Cartwright, whose character on the show is also pregnant, said it was a hard decision to make.

"It's going to be so hard to leave all my friends at Home and Away," she said.

"The last six and a half years have been amazing."

While she had enjoyed her time on the show, Cartwright said it was not possible for her to continue with Home and Away at this stage.

"I've had such a great time and learnt so much," said the actress, who became engaged to Hewitt earlier this year after a six-week romance.

"I will always remember my days on Home and Away as the best of my life.

"But at such an important time of my life, I need more time and flexibility away from the day to day demands of the production schedule."

Cartwright will be seen on-air until September and the role of Hayley will be recast.

"I'm so pleased that the character of Hayley will live on and I wish the girl who takes on the role all the best," Cartwright said.

Seven's Head Of Drama, John Holmes, said the actress would be greatly missed.

"She has been an important part of the Home and Away team," he said.

"Her work in creating the character of Hayley was fittingly rewarded by the winning of the Silver Logie for most popular actress at this year's Logies."

He said Hayley was "an integral part of our story telling" and it was for this reason that the character would be recast.

"In the best of show business traditions we will recast the character of Hayley, as we have done a number of times during the 18 years of Home And Away's life," Holmes said.

Former star Vanessa Downing was replaced by Debra Lawrence in the role of Pippa, and more recently, Joel McIlroy replaced Martin Dingle-Wall as Flynn.

The news of her pregnancy last week capped off a big year for Cartwright.

As well as becoming engaged to Hewitt, 23 she also won last year's season of Dancing With the Stars, topped FHM magazine's poll of the 100 Sexiest Women for 2005 and announced plans to build an AIDS orphanage in Thailand.

AAP

Jess
05-13-2005, 07:58 PM
Not surprising good luck to Bec in whatever she does next :)

I do find it ridiculous the way Home and Away recasts its star characters when an actor leaves. Nearly every other show I can think of modifies the script accordingly when the actor moves on. I think if I was Bec I'd be pretty annoyed if a role I'd put a lot of work and effort into over six and a half years was recast just like that!

Max
05-14-2005, 04:47 AM
Not surprising good luck to Bec in whatever she does next :)

I do find it ridiculous the way Home and Away recasts its star characters when an actor leaves. Nearly every other show I can think of modifies the script accordingly when the actor moves on. I think if I was Bec I'd be pretty annoyed if a role I'd put a lot of work and effort into over six and a half years was recast just like that!

me too, and if that person is on for long enough, people forget about who was before them, like i can't remember who the last Flynn was.

star
05-15-2005, 03:16 PM
It's sad for her fans that she's leaving the show, but I hope Bec is excited about what's to come in her life.

I just want Lleyton to be happy, and if she makes him happy, I'm all for her. :)

Socket
05-15-2005, 04:47 PM
It's sad for her fans that she's leaving the show, but I hope Bec is excited about what's to come in her life.

I just want Lleyton to be happy, and if she makes him happy, I'm all for her. :)
:yeah:

I think that, under the circumstances, it's the right decision for the two of them. Lleyton's window of opportunity to excel at his profession is smaller than Bec's. She can take a few years off from acting and return relatively easily. Lleyton could not do that in tennis, and especially not at 24.

star
05-18-2005, 04:05 PM
I'll be Bec - hunt is on for new soap star
By Michael Idato
May 14, 2005

Somewhere in Australia is an unknown actress, aged between 18 and 25 with blonde hair and a cheery disposition, who is about to become very, very famous.

Channel Seven confirmed yesterday that Bec Cartwright - fiancée to the tennis player Lleyton Hewitt, media darling and now mother-to-be - will leave the top-rating soap Home and Away.

Cartwright was signed until December but will leave next month for "personal reasons". She and Hewitt are to wed and have their first child this year.

But the series, which reached 1.7 million viewers nationally with its recent stalker storyline, will take the bold step of recasting the popular character of Hayley with an unknown actress.

Recasting a popular character is a TV gimmick that has in recent years transformed Rowena Wallace into Belinda Giblin ( Sons and Daughters), and Darius Perkins was replaced by Jason Donovan ( Neighbours).

And it is not new. In the 1970s viewers saw Deborah Coulls replaced by Sue Smithers ( The Restless Years) and Carmen Duncan hand over to Jill Forster ( Number 96).

Cartwright said the decision to go was not easy. "At such an important time of my life I need more time and flexibility away from the day to day demands of the production schedule."

In television, the sausage factory stops for no one. Casting for Cartwright's replacement began yesterday.

star
05-18-2005, 04:09 PM
this the end for Scud and Lleyton?
Full Back, by Mike Colman
13may05
WHEN I was a kid in the 1960s, the cutting edge of entertainment was watching Batman on our black and white telly. I couldn't go to bed happy on a Sunday night until I had heard the words, "Is this the end of our dynamic duo?"

Talk about high drama. Would Batman and the Boy Wonder escape from the clutches of the guest villain, be it The Riddler, The Joker or my all-time favourite, Burgess Meredith as The Penguin?

The week couldn't go quickly enough until all was revealed.

Needless to say, the dynamic duo always managed to get themselves out of trouble with a well-placed Biff! Ouch! Wham!

Or at least they did until that horrible day when the ultimate villain – The Ratings – consigned them to the "Whatever Happened To?" file.

Much as I wondered what did happen to the Caped Crusader it was Burgess Meredith I was more concerned about. Work opportunities for an ageing actor with a squeaky voice and bowed legs didn't seem all that plentiful.

Imagine my delight in 1977 when Burgess reappeared as Micky, the Italian Stallion's trainer in Rocky.

Now you might be wondering where I'm going here, so I'll get to the point. Earlier this week when I heard that Lleyton Hewitt had a mysterious injury at the Sydney mansion he shares with fiancee Bec Cartwright, I couldn't help thinking, "Is this the end of our dynamic duo?"

After all, I've always thought of Mark Philippoussis and Lleyton much as I thought of Batman and Robin. Two wonderfully entertaining but flawed superheroes continually getting themselves into strife and somehow escaping the baddies' clutches in time for the next exciting instalment.

Even as a naive 10-year-old I couldn't help getting frustrated at Batman's stupidity.

"Don't open the door, Caped Crusader!" I'd scream at our Kreisler 21 inch Magimatic Fineline Deluxe. "That's where the knockout gas is. Don't open the. . ."

Sure enough, he'd open it. I mean, if a 10-year-old could work it out, wouldn't you think he could? Anyway, now it's the same with the Scud and Lleyton.

"Don't abuse the linesman, Lleyton, don't use that word. Or that one. Actually, especially that one . . . and Scud, put that girl down right now. No, not that one, the other one . . ."

Somehow they'd always worm their way out of trouble but now they have both announced their intention to get married to beautiful young women I've got serious doubts.

In fact, I'm getting that same sinking feeling I had when they tried to crank up the ratings by giving Batman a love interest. Once Catwoman arrived on the scene he was as good as gone.

Now you've got to wonder if we'll ever see Scud again, apart from on the pages of a glossy magazine. And as for this latest thing with Lleyton, doesn't it all sound just a little, well, convenient?

Here's a kid who is barely old enough to vote, sitting on a fortune of say $25 million, give or take a few million, engaged to FHM magazine's sexiest woman in the world, about to become a father and flitting around the world opening orphanages when he's not having fistfights at the Logies.

Does this sound like an athlete who can't wait to get out on the practice court so that he's at peak fitness the next time Roger Federer beats him up?

Put it this way, you've got Bec or Roger, Bec or Roger. Even Batman could work that one out. After all, Catwoman was the end of him.

Which is where Burgess Meredith comes back into the story. Remember that part in Rocky where Micky tells him to "lay off the pet shop girl"?

As Mick says, "Women weaken legs."

Is this the end of our dynamic duo?

Biff! Ouch! Wham!

NOMAD
06-23-2005, 01:09 PM
THE BABY :angel:

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Jill
06-23-2005, 01:24 PM
I'm so over Lleyton & Bec and the baby. That's all we ever hear about.

But I must admit they make a nice couple. Let's hope Bec can teach Lleyton some grooming techniques and cut his hair or stop greasing it back when he attends functions. :rolleyes:

Socket
06-23-2005, 01:28 PM
Tara, thanks for all the Baby Bump pictures! :kiss: I hope Bec can continue coming to events during the year, so we can see the progression of the Bump. :)

My intuition is telling me that it's a Baby Boy Bump. :baby:

Turkeyballs Paco
06-23-2005, 02:49 PM
I'm so over Lleyton & Bec and the baby. That's all we ever hear about.

But I must admit they make a nice couple. Let's hope Bec can teach Lleyton some grooming techniques and cut his hair or stop greasing it back when he attends functions. :rolleyes:

I'm a little bit :yawn: over it too. But I like his hair long and greasy (or sweaty!) 0:drool:

As long as he doesn't take any fashion advice, he'll be ok. Those 4 inch hoop earings.... :rolleyes: I didn't mind her outfit at the airport though, maybe the boots were a little over the top but the sweater was cute.

Socket
06-23-2005, 03:06 PM
I like his hair long and greasy (or sweaty!) 0:drool:
:rolls: Something tells me there's a fantasy lurking around here. ;) :devil:

As long as he doesn't take any fashion advice, he'll be ok.
One thing we can be sure of: Lleyton has not taken fashion advice in his whole life. ;)