'RESPECTABLE, middle-class' law graduate Pauline [...]

Power's People
October 2012
Daily Mail;10/27/2012, p19
'RESPECTABLE, middle-class' law graduate Pauline Bailey is baffled as to why the posh hotel, where she'd booked her wedding, reckoned she wasn't 'their type'. She's talking to her lawyer about the sniffy email and can't think of any reason for the hotel's attitude. Unless it was her fiance's pierced eyebrow, she suggested to ITV, or perhaps the 24-year age gap between them? The fact that she's also the star of Red Light Central TV, and takes premium rate phone calls from men, couldn't possibly have been a factor, says Pauline and, anyway, 'I'm not looking to draw too much attention to that, really.' That plan's not worked out, really.


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