What was your favourite way to play as a child?
I always had a lot of kids around; I've got three siblings and I have a lot of cousins. I really remember doing those yoghurt pot telephone things with me and my siblings. The boys would be in their bedroom and we would be in our room, and we would do the string with the yoghurt pot and talk through it and pretend to be on some secret missions, when obviously our parents could hear everything because the yoghurt pots don't actually work and we're literally just shouting each other through the room.
But one thing that I always remember is my dad. We would all play games like backgammon, chess, checkers, and board games like that...and he'd always cheat, he'd always, always cheat.
And his thing was like, 'that's just how I choose to play and it makes you better’ so you could never look away.
I actually recently started playing backgammon again because I missed playing it when I was little.
Is that your favourite game?
Yeah, to be fair, I tend to either go backgammon or sudoku, which I know is really boring, but they are my two favourite games if I'm playing something on my phone. If the kids are around actually, what I really love is - we have a really stupid game which is like a headband with a unicorn horn on it, and you have rings that you have to throw for different points. None of the kids can play it and they're ridiculous and it's stupid, but I love watching them all try to play it because none of them understand how to throw the things to get it onto the horn. None of us can ever do it and actually it just feels like a massive success when you manage to get it on.