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  • I am firmly of the opinion that women who make a lot of effort to hang onto their looks in middle age (unless they are beauties, entertainers or prostitutes) are rather sad, as one should surely have something more substantial to recommend one by this time, such as kindness or cleverness.
  • As a precocious teen I dreamed of being Graham Greene. Well, as it turned out, I never wrote a great novel, sadly, and I never converted to Catholicism, happily, but I did do one thing he did. That is, in middle age I moved to a seaside town and got into a right barney with the local powers-that-be.
  • As a child, I wanted only two things - to be left alone to read my library books, and to get away from my provincial hometown and go to London to be a writer. And I always knew that when I got there, I wanted to make loads of money.
  • Surely being a Professional Beauty - let alone an ageing one - is one of the most insecure and doomed careers imaginable.
  • My second husband believed I had such a fickle attitude to friendship that each Friday he would update the list of my 'Top Ten' friends in the manner of a Top Of The Pops chart countdown.
  • What sort of sap doesn't know by now that picture-perfect beauty is all done with smoke and mirrors anyway?
  • Shame, like beauty, is often in the eye of the beholder.
  • These women whose antics we smirk at good-naturedly in the pap-traps put themselves out there at least partly on their beauty they are in showbiz, and showing what they've got is part of their business as much as it is for male show-ponies from the Chippendales to George Clooney.
  • It may be a cliche, but it's true - the build-up to Christmas is so much more pleasurable than the actual day itself.
  • One Christmas build-up tradition, however, has totally bypassed me - that of going up to town and 'doing a show.'
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