A British couple from North London, who claim to be the parents of Russian spy suspect Anna Chapman, have been talking about their relationship.
Mrs Chapman has revealed that she and her husband became Anna's parents five months after meeting her on a park bench during the cold war.
"She wore a trench coat and a trilby hat," said Mrs Chapman, "and kept repeating 'the sun seems brighter in the east'."
"I remember how Anna got into trouble at school for writing her homework in invisible ink," added Mr Chapman, who's a retired civil servant. "But she used to love coming to work with me to Whitehall - she was always full of questions - and I had high hopes for her."
Publicist Max Cliford said the Chapmans, who were Anna's parents for eight years, found her increasingly distant and secretive during their time together. Anna left when she was eight years old and hasn't been in contact since.