Andy Murray’s Fiancee Is So Foul Mouthed

(Telegraph) She has been called "potty-mouthed" after being caught on camera in what appeared to be a foul-mouthed outburst as she watched fiancee Andy Murray in the Australian Open. But anyone wondering what exactly Kim Sears was saying need puzzle no more, as expert lip readers share their assessment of what really happened. Professional lip readers have watched the clip for the Telegraph and have determined what they believe Ms Sears was saying, with all agreeing there were some profanities in the air. While they cannot be 100 per cent certain, in part due to the difficult camera angle and the hand covering the speaker's mouth, the experts have concluded she was indeed likely to be using colourful language. Tina Lannin, professional lip reader and director of communication company 121 Captions, said: "F------ have that you flashy Czech, you flashy f---. If that’s what you get..." James Freestone, her colleague who is used to lip reading for football matches, agreed, but saw the word "c---" instead of "get". Click here to read more.

(Telegraph) She has been called “potty-mouthed” after being caught on camera in what appeared to be a foul-mouthed outburst as she watched fiancee Andy Murray in the Australian Open.
But anyone wondering what exactly Kim Sears was saying need puzzle no more, as expert lip readers share their assessment of what really happened.
Professional lip readers have watched the clip for the Telegraph and have determined what they believe Ms Sears was saying, with all agreeing there were some profanities in the air.
While they cannot be 100 per cent certain, in part due to the difficult camera angle and the hand covering the speaker’s mouth, the experts have concluded she was indeed likely to be using colourful language.
Tina Lannin, professional lip reader and director of communication company 121 Captions, said:
“F—— have that you flashy Czech, you flashy f—. If that’s what you get…”
James Freestone, her colleague who is used to lip reading for football matches, agreed, but saw the word “c—” instead of “get”.
Click here to read more.

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