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Now there’s no such thing, and so the men who are truly classy will stand out.

Although the title couldn’t sum it up better, it first has to be said that chivalry is not something that has died, but evolved.

In the past, men felt pressure to be chivalrous - so whether they liked it or not, they did it because, well, everyone else was doing it.

” Without fail, he would delightedly agree, and off we’d slope: him to share the boys’ cabin with my eight-year-old son Dan, and I to the girls’ quarters, in which my daughter Molly, 10, was sleeping – where I could curl up with a book.

What a treat compared with nights on holiday with my husband, Jason, where I feel the pressure to stay up late over a long dinner and drinks, while secretly longing to nod off.

The really terrible thing that people like to assume is that, because we enjoy chivalry, we’re not feminists.

, Smith explained: "It's one of the biggest challenges, working out how to cope with getting up at the crack of dawn.

I am on an endless quest to buy the most exquisite stationery I can find because nothing pleases me more than a new notebook or a set of watermarked paper.

I absolutely love hiking but there is nothing worse than getting cold and wet when you’re out trekking.

Smith was born in Jamaica, Queens, New York and grew up in Le Frak City.

He played some of his earliest basketball at New York's Riverside Church.

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