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Airing Theresa

Donna Air shares her views on bums, being called a “Chelsea bitch” and Theresa May

 

In last weekend’s Mail on Sunday, Donna Air – a lady who famously once asked the Corrs sisters: “Where did you meet? – was interviewed in a feature named ‘Shrink Rap: Inside the head of… Donna Air’.

 

In the whole page feature, Miss Air, an on-off squeeze of the Duchess of Cambridge’s brother, James Middleton, shared many pearls of wisdom about the ups and downs of being the modern day Anthea Turner. As well as announcing her worst ever job was “walking round my home town dressed as a prune” for National Prune Week and sharing how she once “peed in a cup” and poured the contents on her foot after being stung by a jellyfish, Miss Air moaned about newspaper headlines that “proclaimed [she] was letting gorillas raise [her] daughter”.

 

‘The Airhead’ also supposedly, the feature revealed, wants “a bigger bottom”, “loves a bit of property porn” and “gives what for” to white van men who “scream ‘Chelsea Bitch’ at [her]”. What was most important, though, were her thoughts on the current political scene. Apparently, according to Miss Air, Theresa May is “going to be a very strong Prime Minister”. So there!

 

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4 comments on “Airing Theresa”

  1. She proves that anyone with a miniscule modicum of talent can shrug off her very working class background; take some elocution lessons and socially mountaineer in the most aggressive way. What an awful sounding woman….so vulgar and common.

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