The Buckleys talk about For Better or Worse, YouTube Fame and Divorce

The Buckley's -Inbetweeners star James Buckley & his wife Clair, talk about their growing YouTube following, Over-achieving; for Better or Worse & Divorce

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- You are still very much in demand with your audience. I mean, apparently, you're one of the most requested on Cameo. And I mean, a variety of newspapers have reported that you're one of its highest earners, with a suggestion of almost a million pounds a year.

- Oh.

- Yeah.

- Only almost a million? I need to have a word those guys.

- It was the Daily Star, so I'm not putting too much next to it.

- I've overachieved. I've way overachieved. Yeah. There's no way someone with my level of talent should have got to the position I got to on things like the inbetweeners.

- You're probably YouTubers, you're living every teenage boy and girls dream.

- Yeah. I guess so. I mean, we're just the same. It is an ideal way to make a living. It really is. You get to be creative, you get to grow an audience, and you get to interact with those people. It's a really fun way to live your life if you're fortunate enough to be able to do that. It's for better or for worse every day.

- It's a constant--

- Do you know, the amount of times I hear Clair just walking around the house, just whispering to herself. For better or for worse. For me, marriage is going great. Love it. I'm having a brilliant time. Can't believe my luck. Enjoying myself thoroughly. Oh, we're not going to-- we can't split up now. It's like the mini this relationship.

- It's too late. There's too much--

- Too much has gone into it. And all right. Yeah, it still doesn't work. But we can't leave it now.

- No, we're going to just stick with it.

- Because it's not worth selling.

- No.

- You never get what you put into it back again.

- No.