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I think I was always confident that nothing would come of it.' Gadhia has risen through the ranks and has been Virgin's CEO since 2007 (pictured with Virgin founder Sir Richard Branson) but told Desert Island Discs listeners that a colleague at Ernst and Whinney (now EY, formerly Ernst and Young) refused to sign her wedding card because she wasn't marrying a white man Eventually, their relationship was exposed when a burglary finally blew their cover - and the fact that he was living in her family home.
She explains that intervention by medical staff was crucial: 'It was knowing what I was dealing with that helped me to deal with it.
'I think if I'd have just gone on and not realised that I had a clinical problem and that depression wasn't something that you can just sort of push through, it would have been very different.' At 14, Jayne-Anne Gadhia was sent by her ambitious parents to a private boys school in Norfolk, one of just a few girls among several hundred boys.
Gadhia, now 55, met her accountant husband Ashok on the first day as a student at Royal Holloway University.
The couple, married for more than 35 years, struggled to conceive daughter Amy, now 14, and underwent six rounds of IVF before falling pregnant.