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The Daily Mail Discovers Heredity In Hull 150 Years After Darwin Published

by | 30th, April 2014

Charles Darwin poses in a wicker chair in 1875 at an unknown location.

 

THIS is pretty good of the Daily Mail , rediscovering something that was published only those 150 short years ago. That there’s something to this heredity argument, that children tend to look a bit like their parents and so on. You know, this idea that daughter of pretty woman might be pretty woman sorta thing ?

A teen beauty queen has followed in her mother’s high heeled footsteps by clinching the same beauty pageant title as she did 30 years earlier.

Zara Holland, 18, is now in the running to be made Miss England after being crowned Miss Hull.

But for proud mother, Cheryl Hakeney, 49, her daughter’s victory was extra special because she herself held the Miss Hull title in 1984, when she was just 19.

Well, OK, we can (and quite possibly do have) different views about how good looking you’ve got to be to be considered a beauty in Hull but what’s the headline that our favourite newspaper decides to put upon

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