Remember, you heard it here first - I would lay my last penny on the vile and obnoxious Katie Hopkins of ‘The Apprentice’ fame announcing a book deal soon.
There can quite simply be no other reason for her outburst and subsequent exposure - we had it with Samantha Brick and we’re being groomed again now.
For those who are not aware of the history, Ms. Hopkins appeared on ‘This Morning’ earlier this week and declared that she won’t let her children play with kids with ‘common’, unusual or geographical names. I refuse to give the YouTube link or any related articles as I don’t want to drive more traffic her way - unless of course it’s an out-of-control articulated lorry!
Not quite sure that she completely stands by her views as, ironically, her children are called India, Poppy and Maximillian. Go figure!
But apparently children who are not given traditional names such as Harry, Sophie or Emily come from ‘stupid’ parents. These children are always late for school, don’t complete their homework and are not allowed to be around Katie’s little darlings. Sweeping generalisation, huh?
This from the woman who has shown herself up by not being able to spell synchronicity in a tweet and is unable to use an apostrophe correctly: ‘It isn't just the child's name is it? It is the manner in which it's mother yells it across the playground.’ Sloppy homework, huh?
What’s that about intelligence, Katie?
Not annoyed enough by this witch? Try this. Any mums out there with ginger children? One of her tweets this morning stated,
‘Ginger babies. Like a baby, just so much harder to love'.
We might expect this from the likes of Frankie Boyle but not from a so called ‘loving mother'.
She has continued to post tweet after provocative tweet this morning and is making herself look like a demented woman who has lost the plot.
But more likely she’s stirring up the hornet’s nest of public opinion before she hits us with her ‘bestseller'.
I’d do anything to get a book deal, to get my works out there to the reading masses - but nobody could ever pay me to be hated. Which in effect is what she’s doing by compromising any dignity she might once have had.
So, I wish her well. If there is a book it will no doubt go to #1 in a flash, but hopefully disappear just as quickly ... along with her. If there isn’t, I hope she gets the professional help she needs.
Rant over. As you were …
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