Batty and Ben have been invited to appear on ITV's Good Morning show with Lorraine Kelly on Tuesday morning - an interview set up to highlight the growing number of teenage boys being diagnosed with anorexia and other eating disorders. We have a 6-8 minute slot so it will be like trying to cram a king size duvet into a mobile phone pouch. And, of course, viewers will see us under our real names.
So why the cloak-and-dagger style pseudonyms so far?
Initially it was to protect Ben. But as time went on it was Ben himself who kept wanting to publicise his fight against anorexia in a bid to help other families of boys with eating disorders.
I've already mentioned the Oxford University project he's been interviewed for which will be appearing on the world wide web in the Autumn - a website focusing on a wide range of health issues that affect young people, anorexia in boys being just one of them. I've seen a 60 page transcript of this interview and it's illuminating reading, I can tell you.
So do I keep our fake names on this blog or do I use our real ones from Tuesday onwards?
I'll probably stick to the names I've used so far to avoid confusing the issue.
And of course not everyone will be watching Good Morning with Lorraine Kelly on Tuesday.
I, for one, won't - because I'll be the one sitting on the sofa opposite her stammering, sweating and making a complete fool of myself!