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Myleene Klass Writes For The Sun On Marriage And Myleene Klass

by | 30th, December 2009

3329277MYLEENE Klass tells Sun readers that “more than 50 per cent of women there [America] believe their government should make it law that women take their husband’s surname when they get married.

So says Myleene Klass, who goes on ask in her column, “aren’t there more important things to worry about?”

Well, yes. But Myleene is worried about this:

“Getting married isn’t about maintaining two separate identities – it’s about creating a new one – a partnership. Marriage takes time and effort to succeed and grow.”

This advice occurs beside a picture of Myleene, her child, Ava and her dad. The one she’s, er, not married to.

Still, there are more important things to talk about, so here’s Myleene (Popstars and I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! star emeritus) talking about reading to Ava and how she “often wonders” if she’d do well in a reality TV show if she entered one now?

Over to you, readers…

Note: This is big news in the Sun, which doess not publish Myleene’s words online but says readers must buy the apepr to experience them. You don’t have to. We read it for you.

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