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'Girl with the magic eyes:' Sir Richard Branson, 65, has penned a love letter to his wife Joan, 70, who he met in 1976 and wooed with an all-expenses-paid trip to Necker, the island that he would later buy Making a cup of tea: Branson pursued Joan after seeing her at his Virgin Records office in West London; he reveals that he bought lots of items from the bric-a-brac store she worked in in a bid to get her attention On February 7th 1976 at our Virgin Records studio, the Manor, I experienced love at first sight upon meeting a blonde-haired, down to earth, Scottish beauty named Joan, who just happened to be making a cup of tea.' After finding out that she worked at a nearby bric-a-brac store on Westbourne Grove, Branson set about wooing her..buying trinkets galore from the shop including a 'Now, that's what I call music' sign that would later inspire the record company's best-selling compilation records.
Joan Templeman worked in Westbourne Grove and wasn't initially impressed with Branson's interest in her..the couple soon began dating and went on to have two children in the early Eighties (Pictured left: Holly, far right and Sam, left with Richard)After the couple began dating, Branson says he heard that an island called Necker in the British Virgin Islands was for sale.
He married Joan there 11 years later and the island is now said to be worth in excess of 0million.
The pair were wed in 1989 when their two children, Holly and Sam, were eight and four.