Have Sile over for a girly catch up. She wants to know if there’ll be any roving reporter slot for her on Daybreak. Distract her by showing off my latest ‘edgy’ fashion ensemble.
I have so many ideas. A few come to me while I'm at the gym -- definitely more current affairs. That means less smiling for me, y'see.
Since announcing my marriage heartbreak, I've been experiencing a whole new lease of life in the wardrobe department. That playsuit teamed with knee-high riding boots is proving to be a winner for the paps.
I'm not sure why there's all this media interest in seeing how myself and Christine Bleakley will get on, so I send her a text saying that I can't wait to work together. She really is a lovely girl.
Being on the telly over the pond (the Sasanaigh will all be speaking Irish before the year is out) means it's time to give Louis a call and see where the kids are chillin' these days. Then get our nails done and have a gossip about who's so 'now' and who's so 'yesterday'.
Time to let the gruaig down and hit Krystle with Sile. She asks me again if she could have a gig on Daybreak reviewing tourist attractions. Hmm.
Glenda Gilson came up to me last night and asked my advice on how to break into the UK. I told her to become fluent as Gaeilge and then see where she is.