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Eva, who was named after Eva Perón, is the author of the novel The Lost Art of Keeping Secrets, which was a finalist for the British Book Award Best Read of the Year.
Sir Tim has a second daughter, Zoe Joan Eleanor from a relationship with Nell Sully, an artist, In his seventies, his love life remains colourful with rumoured girlfriends including the cricketer Isabelle Duncan, the PR girl Gina Rozner and socialite Amanda Eliasch all whilst remaining technically married However, he has since stated in an interview for Chat Life that the article was referring to a one off payment that he made at a dinner event held by the party around two years earlier advocating opposition to wind turbine construction, and that he was not a member or regular donor to any political party.
Despite his disenchantment with the Conservative Party, Rice joined Andrew Lloyd Webber, both supporters of Margaret Thatcher, at her funeral in 2013. I have nothing against it." Conversely, he also stated that he adapted the biblical stories of Joseph and Jesus to musicals because "I'd always rather take a true story over an untrue one." Rice told a tale from his days at EMI about trying to rig the results of the London Evening Standard Girl of the Year competition in 1967.
Describing his religion, Rice stated in a 1982 interview, "Technically I'm Church of England, which is really nothing. As “glorified office boy”, Rice was writing songs with Lloyd Webber and desperate to find anybody to record one of their songs.
In October 2011, November and December 2016 and January and February 2017, Rice was guest presenter for the BBC Radio 2 show Sounds of the '60s, standing in for regular presenter Brian Matthew who was unwell.His other interests include cricket (he was President of the MCC in 2002) and maths.He wrote the foreword to the book Why Do Buses Come In Threes by Rob Eastaway and Jeremy Wyndham, and featured prominently in Tony Hawks's One Hit Wonderland, where he co-wrote the song which gave Hawks a top twenty hit in Albania.He released his autobiography Oh What a Circus: The Autobiography of Tim Rice in 1998, which covered his childhood and early adult life until the opening of the original London production of Evita in 1978.He is currently working on a sequel, covering his life and career since then.