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Shy But Not Retiring

by | 9th, February 2004

‘SEEING Kerry McPadding is like looking at Geri Halliwell in a world where Dr Atkins never existed.

Kerry’s new boobtube protected her innate modesty

Kerry never did get to strap her ample chest down inside a Union Jack-print dress and scream about Girl Power while caressing her bandmates in a show of lipstick-lesbian chic.

Instead, Kerry dressed in some red trousers, a blue top with her phone number printed on the back and headed off not to The Brit music awards but to the Australian outback.

(At least, Geri would have approved of that protein-rich diet of ants and cockroaches.)

And she left behind her husband, Bryan McPudding, his mother, Mairead, and her little daughters, Lily and Molly.

OK! catches up with the foursome that Kerry left behind as it pops round to the McPuddings for a cup of tea and chat about the multifaceted Kerry wife, mother, daughter-in-law and, most likely or not, someone’s cousin.

Kerry, we hear, has a terrific sense of humour. We know this because Bryan says she has.

We also know that Kerry is not in the jungle to help her career. No, she is not. Bryan tells us she’s not, so she is not.

And we are forced to agree with Bryan because for the life of us we cannot think what career Kerry is trying to help.

As a TV survivalist, she is not a patch on Ray Mears; Jordan’s chest is bigger, so a career in glamour modelling is out; and Jennie Bond’s interviewing skills push Kerry down the list of those who hope to be the next Michael

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