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We had a big wedding in Arizona – very attention-seeking, big dress, big guest-list kind of wedding.'Whittaker is very secretive of her private life, and has no Instagram or Facebook accounts.And she has now revealed she had told 'a lot of lies' in order to keep the announcement secret and had used the codename Clooney when discussing the role with her husband and agent.Because this is a really exciting time, and Doctor Who represents everything that's exciting about change,' she said, adding: 'The fans have lived through so many changes, and this is only a new, different one, not a fearful one.'While many fans praised the BBC and the show's writers for choosing a female for the lead role, others slammed the decision as 'political correctness gone mad'.Twitter user David Stephens said: 'Sorry this is so called equality, women's rights, political correctness gone mad-Dr Who was written/created as a man!She then opens her mouth in shock and shouts: 'The new Doctor is a girl! It has been retweeted nearly 8,600 times and liked nearly 26,000 times.
As usual the BBC have to muddy the waters through political correctness that's what they do!I find it strange that you're expected to share it with millions of people you've never met.'Despite her reluctance to discuss her personal life, Whittaker did reveal some information about her wedding to Contreras in 2009: 'I'm married to Christian – have been for two years – a fact that is probably on Wikipedia anyway.'And I'm not going to deny I'm married, I wear a bloody wedding ring after all.She trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, graduating in 2005 with the gold medal for acting.In an interview with The Independent in 2011, she revealed that it was while studying there that she met her husband, American actor Christian Contreras.