"My eyes are too close together, my skin sallow and crooked."Her struggle with anorexia began when she was 11, and lasted into her late twenties. At 16, she fell in love with fashion after buying her first copy of Vogue.Soon, she was studying journalism at the London College of Printing.(There are notable exceptions: in the 1990s, William Leith wrote a scabrously self-analytical column for The Independent on Sunday; John Diamond narrated his own slow death from throat cancer in The Times; Tim Dowling's family members are the co-stars of his Saturday Guardian column.)What sets Jones apart from other female columnists, however, is her merciless introspection.
Frustrated by the fashion industry's failure to acknowledge the body shape of the everyday woman, she published two covers for the same edition of the magazine: one featuring the falsely enhanced Pamela Anderson, the other the naturally curvy Sophie Dahl.
Margaret Holder has been writing about the Royal Family in newspapers and magazines for thirty years.
She also broadcasts frequently on the BBC, both radio and television.
Like the other cheated wives, this one plays the Edwardian wife- i.e. Mega-millions must play a big part in his reckoning. So, expect a carefully staged, heart-warming, ‘so in love’ interview any time soon.
one who ignores the situation and keeps up a public profile of unity. Unless the ‘backing singer’ runs to the tabloids first.
One esteemed media commentator declared the piece "fatuous". In July, she ranted about the NHS because the nurse at her local GP surgery was too busy to give her the jabs for a trip to Africa at 24 hours' notice.