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Alfonso, 52, met the man whom he refers to as 'my future son-in-law' for the first time last summer, when the couple spent a week holidaying on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, the place where Nicole was born and spent the first six years of her life.Frustrated in an under-performing Mc Laren team, the former world champion has found his gung-ho driving style subject to unprecedented criticism from racing greats including Sir Jackie Stewart, who spoke of his ' questionable moves', and Niki Lauda, who claimed: 'He's a danger to his peers.' Hamilton is based in Geneva, hundreds of miles from his parents in the Home Counties, and it has been suggested that a life lived largely on his own can only exacerbate the huge mental strains of racing at 180mph-plus.'We met in church here in the islands and I still have a lot of respect for her mother even if we don't speak,' says Alfonso. We were never married and split up when Nicole was six.
As Nicole put it: 'I grew up in a very strict, conservative family.
Not content with her lucrative career in the Pussycat Dolls and also being a solo artist with a No 1 hit, the singer and presenter has become an actress in a soon-to-be-released Hollywood blockbuster and now, at the age of 33, has knocked Cheryl Cole off her X Factor perch. If Nicole and Hamilton's talent and joint star quality are beyond doubt, their four-year romance brings with it a lingering element of intrigue - not to say sheer puzzlement.
How, you might ask, can any relationship possibly work over so many thousands of miles and in such stressful conditions?
Is there truly a relationship at all, beyond what is visible to the photographer's lens?
She makes her living in the television and recording studios of Los Angeles.