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Sir Clive Sinclair has married his lapdancer fiance Angie Bowness in a Las Vegas ceremony.

The pair married at the Civil Court in Las Vegas while staying at the Bellagio Hotel, after a ten year on-off relationship, the Daily Mail reports.

Asked about the 36-year age difference between them 69-year old Sinclair said: "It's just an age gap. Our relationship works extremely well", according to the Daily Mail.

Sinclair bought a ring at Asprey before suggesting the Vegas wedding on the plane to the US "on the spur of the moment." The two have been engaged since 2009.

Shockingly Bowness, now Lady Sinclair, had a Commodore computer as a child, not a ZX Spectrum and was apparently too young to remember the fuss about the C5 - Sinclair's ill-fated electric trike.

The two met at Stringfellows in 1996.

Last year Bowness said she gets angry that any mention of millionaire Sinclair is usually pre-fixed with the adjective "balding".

"He's actually incredibly attractive to women," she fumed. "You can't tell from the pictures. ®

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