So I worry about how safety more than she worries about her safety.
Um, Andi, you know, America, unfortunately, does have a history off political assassination in the same way that Britain doesn't have one.
You know, I think we've had one Prime minister.
He was fascinated, you know, the beginning of the 19th century.
Andi America unfortunately, just doesn't even have that.
You know that legacy.
It has a farm or sad legacy in that area.
Um, you know, stemming from civil rights leaders to presidents to political activists.
And so that plays into my mind a lot.
We have had to take some action to stem that kind of concern because I could justify.
But there's her husband and her business partner, you know, sitting on the sideline lost, you know, my you know, I lost my wife, puts herself in places which I just feel so uncomfortable letting ago eso we have actually recently had to sort of step that up a little bit, which gives me a lot of comfort.
It's an expense, which of course, we would prefer not to make.
But it also, um, unfortunately, something we have to think about these days on.
You know, you could.
I mean, Nigel actually coming back to that conversation that we had that conversation with him because, of course, he's had security for the last 20 years.
And he sort of said, You know, now you've crossed that threshold where you can never come back from really on and you know, that is something which is a sad thing, but is, but it's just a reality way.