Anorak News | Cherie Blair Takes On Mark Wallinger and Gillian Gibbons

Cherie Blair Takes On Mark Wallinger and Gillian Gibbons

by | 10th, December 2007

cherie-bear.jpg “CHERIE BEAR,” says the Mirror, taking a leaf from Anorak’s Big Book Of Teddy Names, created in compliance with the UN Directive On Teddy Bear Naming and the Stuff Sudan movement.

Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, say your prayers

But there is no picture of a bright-eyed seven-year-old clutching her Cherie Bear. This is a shot of the woman herself, dressed as a teddy.

Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, show your shoe

Cherie is on her way to London’s Zuma restaurant, not for a Gillian Gibbons benefit lunch but for a light supper with husband Tony (yellow checked trousers, blue duffle coat, marmalade sandwich and white open-necked shirt).

Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, turn out the lights

It might be Cherie’s dig at the art scene, where Mark Wallinger has won the Turner Prize for, among other accomplishments, walking around in a bearskin.

It is Mr Wallinger himself who tells the Independent: “I think the art boom was driven by Thatcher’s children.”

Teddy bear, Teddy bear, Say good night

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