Kirstie Allsop: My Domestic Heroine

By alison October 11, 2010 6 Comments 0 Min Read

Oh dear. I am more in love with her by the day. Scooters, Peppa pig,  ban homework campaigns, gorgeous crockery cabinets et al.
This interview made me smile in a world where family ties are deeply under-valued and the medias’ obsession with vacuous female celebrities does indeed seem to have reached an all time high.
Thank goodness for Kirstie.

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6 Comments

  1. fairycakegirl says:

    Oh my goodness I love her too and super excited about the new shows!

  2. Gena says:

    Yes I love her too and rather unfairly I think she gets a lot of criticism,but I just adored her shows the last time,Hurrah for Kirsty I say!

  3. Sasha says:

    Yep, I agree Alison, that girl has her head screwed on the right way where so few others seem to have…… I am worrying myself though about the general theme that seems to be running through all my current girl 'crushes' – Kirsty, Nigella…….. do you think it's because they are the 'wives' all us women wish we had/need in our lives?! Or is it that we aspire to be them? I can't wait for the new Home Made Home series either. We're moving house soon to a real PROJECT (aka: disaster zone) and some new ideas for me to dream about amongst the dust and rubble will keep me sane perhaps! (well, as sane as I'll ever be!)

  4. Lesley says:

    She is rather wonderful, isn't she? Love the fact that discretion is important to her – Not something modern society is used to, I think.

  5. Anne D says:

    OMG! Love her shoes!!! Must have!!

  6. I think she's a marmite person isn't she? You either love her or hate her like Nigella.
    I really like Kirstie but her #hmwk stuff on Twitter bores the pants of me, perhaps because I'm childless.
    I think she's fantastic though.

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