dren. Previously, only his two children with Ms Beal, 41, -- Thomas, six, and Mia, five -- were known about. The existence of the three children he had with two other women -- a son now aged about 17 and two younger teenage girls -- emerged during last years mayoral elections, which he lost to M r J o h n s o n . M r Livingstone said: Given you have lots of young kids running around, a wedding can b e q u i t e boring for young kids. But they can go and look at the animals. who has a pet chameleon for his two youngest children, confirmed that he had booked the zoo. We are getting married and it will be in London Zoo, he said. Its not a media event -- if you try and get in I will set the gorillas on you. The 64-year-old, whose first job application -- unsuccessful -- was to become a zookeeper, was revealed last year to be the father of five chil- KEN LIVINGSTONE today revealed the location for his wedding to long- term partner Emma Beal... London Zoo. The former mayor will exchange vows next month in the zoos Mappin Pavilion, surrounded by wallabies and emus. The pavilion is next to the reptile house -- Mr Livingstones fondness for reptiles and newts led to him being called King Newt by mayoral rival Boris Johnson-- and the unusual loca- tion will bring back memories of the cou- ples first foreign holi- day, in Australia in 2002. Mr Livingstone, London Lite Friday, 21 August 2009 3 AFIRSTLOOKAT144M3DEPICTHATTOOK14YEARSTOMAKE King Newt Ken is tying the knot in London Zoo BY GEORGINA LITTLEJOHN HERES your chance to win a Nokia N86 8MP camera phone and two VIP tickets to the Alive At Night photography exhibition. David Bailey, above, will launch the show, featuring pictures taken by Londoners on the Nokia N86 8MP, on 26 August at The Old Dairy, 6 Wakefield Street, WC1. To enter, email aliveatnightcomp@ovi.com Must... try to snap up a Nokia phone tonight! Ex-mayorconfirmshellmarrynexttothereptilehouse Get us to the zoo on time: Ken with Emma Beal Inbrief Eight stabbed in teen knife spree EIGHT people were hurt when a man went on a stabbing rampage in a town centre this morning. A 19-year-old was being questioned by police after members of the public overpowered him following the knifing spree in the early hours. Five men and three women were injured in the attacks in Keighley, West Yorkshire. Four remained in hospital, in a stable condition. Were ditching the healthy life LONDONERS are slipping back into unhealthy lifestyles in the recession, opting for wealth over health. Cigarette, alcohol and junk food sales have soared as fruit and vegetable spending has fallen, according to price comparison website mySupermarket.com. People are going out less and more than a third have cut out the gym. Rooneys throw baby scan party PREGNANT Coleen Rooney held a party at her house so friends and family could watch her baby scan live. She and footballer husband Wayne Rooney, both 23, hired an ultrasound scanning machine, allowing guests at their 3.5m Cheshire mansion to watch the baby on a video screen. The child is due at the end of next month. Its time to flush out dirtiest loos! LONDONS grottiest toilet is being sought so it can be given a hygiene makeover. People with a strong stomach are asked to photograph their most offensive lavatory, then upload it to duckcleaningagent.com. The five worst, as judged by the firm Toilet Duck, will get a deep clean and their finders will win prizes. Bestuniversities are full already UNIVERSITIES have been swamped with calls from sixth- formers looking for courses in unprecedented demand for degrees. But with up to one in seven chasing every vacancy in clearing, A-level students are being told to consider studying part- time. Leading colleges such as Oxford, Imperial and the LSE have already said they are full. Avasuch agreat movie... Special preview: Giovanni Ribisi in a scene from the film ITS the movie that promises to smash cinematic boundaries with its ground-breaking special effects. James Camerons much- hyped Avatar may not be out until December, but a 15-minute trailer released today was enough to get critics and film fans salivating. The 3D sci-fi epic has been shrouded in secrecy since the Titanic director began work on it more than 14 years ago. Twentieth Century Fox gave special tickets to fans who applied online, with Waterloos Imax cinema among the venues screening the preview today. Evening Standard critic Nick Curtis, who was among them, described the $237m (144m) picture as stunning. Its about a paraplegic war veteran (Sam Worthington) who is among a group of humans who land on a new planet and find themselves at war with each other and the local, blue-skinned, elfin population. Curtis said: The plot deals with the kinds of conflicts Cameron explored in Aliens, The Abyss and his Terminator movies. 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