Private life is private life. Off the pitch, there is private life, and the rest is social life, where of course you have to behave responsibly.
My life, I swear, is, like, 75% public. I have a very small percentage of my life that is private. But I do keep that private life private.
My private life is my private life.
I like to keep my private life private.
I want to keep my private life private.
My private life is private.
I try to keep my private life private.
Keeping your private life as private as possible is the smartest thing.
I like to keep most of my private life private.
I try to keep my private life kind of private.
Art is about the 'I' in life not the 'we', about private life rather than public. A public life that doesn't acknowledge the private is a life not worth having.
My private life is perfect. If your private life and your life outside football is good, then it is good on the field for you.
My life and my work are very interlocked. That's partly why I like to keep my private life private.
I've always been a private person, and I've always valued my private life.
Not having a private life is hard.
I don't feel comfortable talking about my private life, and some people in my private life don't feel comfortable about me talking about it. So I don't.
Your private life is your private life and you keep it to yourself. You get more respect that way.
The more of your private life you put into the public domain, the smaller your private life becomes.
I don't mind being, in the public context, referred to as the inventor of the World Wide Web. What I like is that image to be separate from private life, because celebrity damages private life.
I feel like I enjoy the company of Whoopi deeply, and my private life is my private life.
I wish over the years I had kept my private life private and my professional life a little more professional.