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People always still think of us as a couple and yet we barely ever talk now,” muses Stewart, chatting at Hollywood's iconic rock'n'roll hotel The Sunset Marquis, where today he launches the Dave Stewart: Jumpin' Jack Flash & The Suicide Blonde photographic exhibition with accompanying coffee-table book.
If the highly photogenic Lennox, now 58, was his earliest muse, then her omission from this intimate collection begs answers for which, it seems, Stewart is ill-prepared: “Well, to stick one Annie picture in a exhibition of portraits of other people would be out of context because Annie in my life is 35 years long and we lived together as a couple and then we became a huge successful duo so that's more like a whole exhibition,” he says, scratching his beard.“It seems odd to stick one Annie picture amongst Björk and Mick [Jagger], it's kind of more important than that.”Forever joined at the hip through their poignant and enduring songs then, in reality the former couple are perhaps less sentimental than their fans, Stewart not even receiving an invitation to Lennox's wedding last September to South African gynaecologist Dr Mitch Besser, where the list of guests included Colin Firth and Ruby Wax.
' I certainly would have gone if she'd asked me,” says Stewart, who set up home in Los Angeles eight years ago with third wife, Dutch photographer Anoushka Fisz.
Dave Stewart — one-half of ’80s duo Eurythmics with Annie Lennox, who’s gone on to collaborate with Mick Jagger, Bob Dylan and Katy Perry — says that since 1979 his body’s been inhabited by another being, who’s written all his songs.