Almost every gay man struggles as they come to terms with their bourgeoning sexuality. But some take a longer time than other to finally embrace who they really are. However, because of his strict upbringing he was forced to stifle his true feelings and live a life that was expected of him. In his early 20s Ranj met a woman, fell in love, and got married. Here, Dr Ranj opens up for the first time about the tough struggles he has had to deal with over the years and why now he is fully out, he has never been happier Take us back - when did you think you might be gay.
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Strictly Come Dancing 's Dr Ranj has spoken candidly about the moment he came out as gay to his wife of five years, during an interview with The Mirror. I felt like my heart had been wrenched out of my chest. He continued: "I was completely broken. It was the lowest point in my life. I feel so incredibly sorry for what she had to go through.
Dr Ranj Singh admits coming out as gay to his wife was the toughest moment of his life
The doctor rose to fame on CBeebies and was branded "the modest hero" by ITV after parents revealed his onscreen advice had saved the lives of many children. Ranj is a modest hero, whose online video has saved the lives of at least six children! He's also published work with NetDoctor and aside from his medical profession has published two children's books. Dr Ranj revealed in a candid interview with Attitude Magazine in how he had a wife in his early 20s after falling in love and getting married, but later reflected upon his sexuality.
By Sophie Law For Mailonline. TV star Dr Ranj reveals he felt suicidal when he was in a straight relationship and hadn't come out as gay. The Strictly star, who is the resident doctor on ITV's This Morning, only plucked up the courage to open up to his family about his sexuality last year - 10 years after he came out.