Sounds very cruel but after months (have just returned to work from maternity) of reading trashy magazines in which she attacks anyone who goes to work/ bottlefeeds/ is a new mum but looks 100 times better than her and then shows off about how much sex she has with her husband (yeah, thanks for sharing) as if she is the authority on motherhood for us all, that her relationship may have so mething to do with her issues with everyone else and need to constantly show off? I feel for her horrible experience but she has made herself seem hideously smug and hypocritical over the last year- ugh rant over.
I dislike her generally too, but your post reads as if she deserved the violence, which is an awful thing to say. However much you dislike ANYONE, I would hope you wouldn't think they deserve that. YAdefinitelyBVVU.
I quite agree that Natalie Cassidy is unbearable. I simply cannot stand the minor (and major) celebrities touting themselves around the tabloids and doing anything they can for publicity. I find her public persona since becoming a mother hugely irritating, there is not a single thing I like or admire about her.
However HEADING FOR A FALL? Are you mad? In what way are the two connected? Ffs.
of course I'm not saying that. But what I'm saying is that is that for the first time in a year I actually feel sympathy for the lass- it seems her massive issues with everyone else's domestic and baby situation might be to do with the major twat she has at home to live with and it makes it more understandable why she has been so quick to be unbelievably judgmental to everyone else. How she basically was so quick to attack Denise Van Outen as a bad mother when she had only just given birth was hideous to me
Your second post bears no relation to your first, as you must be aware. "Heading for a fall" can only imply that someone is getting what is coming to them. If that's not what you meant, why on earth did you say it?