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Little Miss Therapy

by | 5th, October 2006

YOU know you have made it when…you are asked to entertain children.

From TV actors reading stories on Jackanory, to Ricky Gervais writing children’s books and George Bush reading them, our celebrities crave a child’s love.

And now we learn in the Star that “fashion guru” Stella McCartney, daughter of Paul McCartney, has been immortalised in “LITTLE MISS STELLA”.

This is, as the Star rightly says, the “ultimate accolade”. Adding her presence to the Mr Men and Little Miss bookshelves, Little Miss Stella is the fist “real-life person” to appear in a Mr Men book.

The story deals with Little Miss Stella’s meeting with Little Miss Nobody. Little Miss Nobody is a non-entity, a non-celebrity, who keeps getting ignored. So Little Miss Stella makes her some clothes. And when Little Miss Nobody puts them on, she becomes a Somebody.

In the sequel Little Miss Somebody scores job as a TV presenter, develops a cocaine habit and checks into Little Miss Headshrink’s clinic.

She then bounces back, marries Mr Love Rat, gives birth to Little Baby Miracle and writes a children’s book…

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