He does unspeakable things during the day and comes home and listens to Wagner and drinks fine wine.'I would think, If my dad is just a doorman, why do we have such a nice house?
Then I saw it on The Sopranos.' He was particularly close with his grandmother, Petronella, who regularly took him for high tea at Claridge's, one of London's top hotels.
Recalling their relationship, he said: 'She was by far the first person to twig that I was gay.
My mother was awful about it, my father was surprisingly understanding, but Nana showed just the right amount of acceptance and concern.'He later adopted his Greek grandmother's surname but preferred the mystique of simply being known as 'Milo.' He identifies as a Catholic, although he also claims Jewish heritage via his maternal grandmother.
The publisher, Simon & Schuster, had received backlash since the announcement in January, with many on social media threatening to boycott them.