Miranda is a Wally
Bonjour la peeps, as Tilly (Sally Philipp's character) might say. How spectuncular to see you. Lovingtons all around. I have to say, the cast, by about week three of rehearsals all start speaking in Tilly's language. It's very contagious. Patricia Hodge will leave a rehearsal room saying 'missingtons'. In fact we call Patricia 'Hodglington' and Sarah Hadland is 'Hadlington'. I know - could we be more ghastly and luvvie!
So what little cheeky exclusive can I give you for Episode Four? Well the story this week is Miranda and Stevie competing with each other over the friendship of a 22-year-old who has moved to the area. But can they keep up with the energies of a young person?
Well the answer to that, if it was based on my real life, would be a definite no! I am very happy to admit I'd always choose to be on the sofa in my what I call, dressing gown, than go to a club where I can't hear myself talk let alone anyone else. Bring on old age - that's what I say.
This episode I call my soap opera episode as there's a bit of a sad twist at the end. Ooh, exciting, how can you NOT tune in now?!
Yours, Queen Kong x (@mermhart)
How to Behave in the Outside World
- As Miranda proves, the world of dating can be a confusing place. Here's Leila Johnston with a few pointers - and an interactive traing module.