She has three daughters who help choose her clothes, and a husband who is bewildered about the size of her wardrobe. In comparison, I have two daughters whose wardrobes I envy. And I have to coerce myself into buying new clothes. All I want is to wear boots, denims and black shirts – every day.
She is a multi-talented musician and has been modeling since the age of 13.
I own a swimming costume, which lies in my drawer with the tags still on, after 3 and a half years. And there is slight hearing loss in my right ear, which results in muffled laughter from my husband when I sing, even though I am convinced I am hitting every note right.
This one also has her own Wikipedia page. And I have wiki-envy.
Charlotte (1790-1860) and her husband James Kemp were involved in some impressive mission work in New Zealand. There are a bunch of streets and public areas named after them. You can find a Charlotte Kemp Drive in downtown Kerikeri.
Alas, I have never been to New Zealand. But I did go to church. But that still isn’t me.
She is a tween who is a great swimmer. In the UK.
Well you already know about my swimming costume. But my youngest daughter used to play water-polo and would be found practicing at 6.30 am and doing matches at 8 pm. That’s at night. In Cape Town. In May. Which is cold.
Um. Miss December 1982 is also not me.
Now that you have met the other Charlotte Kemps, if you would like to know more about me, then please come on over to my page.