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This is a story that I hold very close to my heart and really wanted to share with you.  As I’m sure you know by now I am a model and have been for the last 23 years. It’s been a rough rollercoaster ride and I’ve experienced such high’s and low’s during my career.  I even quit the industry for two years when it became a danger to my health and wellbeing. I’ve been told I’m too fat, too thin, too spotty, too lank, too white, too booby, too tall,

Last night, I co-hosted an event full of busy mum’s who were all looking for a makeover with new products to try, as well as learning some lifelong makeup tips. Along with celebrity makeup artist Sarah Edwards-Knight, who is working on this season’s X Factor (and yes she did sort out Scarlett’s eyebrows) we opened up bottles of prosecco and all got stuck in with our make up tutorial. First, Sarah asked us all to remove our make up – some women were terrified at the idea of this, but

Looking after my skin is an absolute priority for my job, but regardless what profession you’re in, we all want to look the best we can..  I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, we must get better with age otherwise what’s the point eh? I’ve come across some great products that I’ve tried and tested and wanted to tell you about – maybe add them to your Christmas list now before they all sell out! Cult 51 – neck and décolleté firming cream £90 Neck and Decollete Firming

This month’s ‘Mama Of The Month’ is all about Emma @emplus4 and her incredible journey with love, children (including triplets), IVF, cancer, survival and a new book! What an absolute inspiration and I’m so pleased she is featured on these series.   Here are a few things you didn’t know about her.. enjoy the read!   1. Who are you? Name? Where you’re from? Kids etc? I’m Emma Campbell and I’m from Wandsworth, South London. I have a teenage son, Jake who is 15 and triplets – Ella, Louis and

One of the reasons I started my blog, ‘Mama Still Got It’ is because after my children were born I went through a phase of feeling completely and utterly blah, mixed with a bit of self doubt.  I didn’t have postnatal depression, I would just say motherhood was starting to take its toll on me. It wasn’t an immediate feeling of blah – it’s something that crept up on me over time… like watching a time lapse of a flower blooming on a nature program, but the flower was in

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