I know I don't know her, but this is the second time in 24 hours I have seen her referred to as a shining example of motherhood.
FGS, it really winds me up. We should all be so lucky as to have jobs we can take our children to! Is a mother struggling with shopping bags and a small child really newsworthy. Surely this is something those of us with toddlers/babies do most days of our lives!
Buuut, it's not her who's holding herself up as a shining example of motherhood though (based on this article) - it's just the Daily Rag, running another non-story ("look, Myleene Class gets out of a car with some shopping, buys a coffee and then puts something in a bin - shock horror")
Except she probably does it with a feck load more money and hired help.
I quite like her, but her clothes (esp on 10 yrs younger) are minging. (and I don't like how she tells old bags that still look like old bags but with more expensive clothes and a bit of lippy that they suddenly look fantastic)
Agree with Bramshott - it's not her holding herself up as a shining example, tis the DM. Only it's pretty snidey isn't it? She even has to pop her rubbish in the bin from the car she's so busy! What are they like these working mothers?!! Bleh.
I like the reader's comment asking why the photographer didn't dash over to help.