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Old 03-01-2013, 20:42
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On 2 January 2009 she entered the Celebrity Big Brother house. .... On 16 January, Malone was the second person to be evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother House.[10] When she dressed up as Juliet for a Romeo and Juliet play Michelle Heaton told her she looked like the princess out of Shrek, afterwards claiming to have been referring to the style of dress. Coolio realising that she had meant that Tina looked like an ogress, laughed and tried to get Michelle in trouble. Tina had not seen the film, so didn't know what the princess looked like, and was unfazed when the incident was explained to her. She later told Davina McCall during her eviction interview that she thought Michelle was saying she looked like Cameron Diaz who was the voice of the character. On the 24th May 2012 was declared bankrupt by Manchester Civil Justic Centre.

BIB Confirms my post #9 about being delusional!


So, if she's bankrupt who's paying for this IVF?
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Old 03-01-2013, 20:51
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So, if she's bankrupt who's paying for this IVF?
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Old 04-01-2013, 11:30
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My mum wasn't exactly young when I was born as she was 33. 10 years later, she had my sister when she was 43. My sister always regrets that my parents were older than the average, and they often got mistaken for her grandparents.
33 is not young...

My dad was 51 when I was born and 54 when my sister came along, lived until he was 79 so we had him around well into our adulthood. I have to say nobody ever mistook him for our grandfather, no kids ever teased us about having an 'old' dad...I fail to see how anyone can regret their parent's age when it is something you grow up with and see as normal from the beginning. My husband is 52 and our kids are aged 6 and ten, nothing is ever said to them about that and they'd say so if there was. So many grandparents collect their grandchildren from school and care for them these days that they don't stand out as looking out of the norm among the mums and dads. I cannot see where kids notice 'age' as such in adults...unless dad looks like Steptoe
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Old 04-01-2013, 11:45
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz...-pregnant.html

''Bipolar, neurotic and self obsessed'' but ''healther than I was 20 years ago''. Ideal candidate for motherhood - I don't think.
That's the thing. I'd be more worried about her personal stability than her age.
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Old 04-01-2013, 12:20
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No-one should be allowed to have IVF at 50. Completely ridiculous.
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Old 04-01-2013, 13:09
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''Bipolar, neurotic and self obsessed'' but ''healther than I was 20 years ago''. Ideal candidate for motherhood - I don't think.
She's only FIFTY???? Dear God, I'd have said 15 years older at least.

She claims she's bi polar, OCD, neurotic and self obsessed? Great parent material
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Old 04-01-2013, 15:16
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33 is not young...

My dad was 51 when I was born and 54 when my sister came along, lived until he was 79 so we had him around well into our adulthood. I have to say nobody ever mistook him for our grandfather, no kids ever teased us about having an 'old' dad...I fail to see how anyone can regret their parent's age when it is something you grow up with and see as normal from the beginning. My husband is 52 and our kids are aged 6 and ten, nothing is ever said to them about that and they'd say so if there was. So many grandparents collect their grandchildren from school and care for them these days that they don't stand out as looking out of the norm among the mums and dads. I cannot see where kids notice 'age' as such in adults...unless dad looks like Steptoe
35 counts as 'elderly primigravida' or an older woman who has a first pregnancy. My mother may not have been 35, but she was getting there. She was also of the generation who were in the forces during WW2, so her outlook on life was of the more old fashioned kind. My grandmother was born in 1890, so my sister and I are only one generation removed from the Victorians.

You have an older husband - so do I. My OH is 68 and I'm 57, I had my first child at 19, when my husband had just turned 30 and another when I was 24 and he was 35. My daughter is 38 and having her first child next month, but her outlook on life will be vastly different from my own mother's.

Times change and 52 today isn't like 52 forty or fifty years ago. My sister's viewpoint is hers alone - she didn't like having older parents. My parents barely reached their early 70's. My dad died from complications from a burst stomach ulcer and he had Alzheimer's as well. 4 months after his death, my mum died from cancer. As you can imagine, this was devastating for my sister and I.

Back on the topic of Malone's IVF. It's not a good idea to have children late in life, as others have stated here women have a menopause for a reason - their eggs become of poorer quality and complaints like Down's become more common in older mums. If TM has OCD, bipolar and she's neurotic and self obsessed, she's not ideal mother material, quite apart from her age.
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Old 04-01-2013, 16:17
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz...-pregnant.html

''Bipolar, neurotic and self obsessed'' but ''healther than I was 20 years ago''. Ideal candidate for motherhood - I don't think.
Whoever wrote that article needs serious writing lessons. What the flip is 'weight lose'? And the last paragraph looks like it's been written by a five year old.
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Old 04-01-2013, 16:21
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As others have said, the menopause happens for a reason and IMHO, IVF on the NHS should not be available to anyone over 40. Having children is a privilege, not a right. Apart from Malone's age, she is clearly unstable and seems to only want kids to please her partner.
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Old 04-01-2013, 16:37
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The Wail piece says they're going to Cyprus for IVF. I doubt any doctor in this country with any sense would give them IVF anyway.

And they both look about 70.
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Old 04-01-2013, 17:45
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She naturally seems a "not nice" person. I don't know why I think that but she always comes across quite cold
Cold doesn't necessarily mean not nice
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Old 04-01-2013, 18:17
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I saw the TM interview and I saw her on CBB. I think she is highly self-absorbed.
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Old 05-01-2013, 09:43
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Have to say when I saw her I was shocked at her weight loss but good luck to her in eliminating diabetes but my overriding impression of looking at her and her partner/husband was they looked like a couple that just walked off the Jeremy Kyle show...
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Old 05-01-2013, 10:08
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She is vile. Remember her on CBB... disgusting woman. All she talked about was sex.
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Old 06-01-2013, 14:28
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I feel really sorry for her as it appears that she wants to have a baby to keep her husband, I think because she spent most of her adult life being severely overweight now that she has lost the excess weight she wants to regain/or live out the youth she never had - hence the younger husband, inapropriate clothes and the desire for a baby despite not being able to do so without internvention from medical experts.
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Old 06-01-2013, 14:49
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Is this the woman whom was on Big Brother and someone likened her to Princess Fiona on Shrek which was not intentional?
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Old 06-01-2013, 15:26
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[quote=Saltydog1955;63330862]http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz...-pregnant.html

''Bipolar, neurotic and self obsessed'' but ''healther than I was 20 years ago''.

Is she trying to be the older woman's Kerry Katona?
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Old 06-01-2013, 15:45
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz...-pregnant.html

''Bipolar, neurotic and self obsessed'' but ''healther than I was 20 years ago''.

Is she trying to be the older woman's Kerry Katona?
That's what Kerry's going to look like in another 20 years' time!!

The neurotic types are always obsessed with having babies at any cost. They're too emotionally unstable to channel their energies into other aspects of their life and relationship.

Clearly it's far from being the 'perfect time' for her to get pregnant since she's 50 and by her own admission has had years of emotional problems.
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Old 09-01-2013, 23:37
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Talk about biting the hand that feeds you.

And is diving from a highboard advisable if a woman's going through IVF?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz...ing-money.html
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Old 26-02-2013, 18:33
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On TM today defending her decision to have IVF at 50.
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Old 26-02-2013, 20:35
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I saw her on TM repeatedly saying she'd been talking to doctors.......so what? I bet they didnt advise her to have a baby but she implied they did - anything to justify this ridiculous idea she has dreamt up to keep her man. She is self obsessed and selfish beyond belief.

Is it fair to have a 10 year old when you are 61 ? [cos she hasnt had any treatment let alone a pregnancy yet]. I dont think so and I wouldn't dream of doing it, its not fair on the child. Ones health is not the same in their 60's as the body changes so much after the menopause - let alone the health of the marriage as the stress of raising a baby/toddler/small child/teenager takes its toll!

Tina Malone strikes me as being a particularly smug and rather unpleasant individual.
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Old 26-02-2013, 23:40
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I'm sorry and no disrespect but at 50 I would of thought her head would be screwed on enough to say. I'm not going through all that again. She should be looking forward to enjoying her grand kids.
And tbh. I do think they are being selfish wanted to raise a small child at her age. I don't see it being fair on the child.
And like someone else has said why do people feel like just because they are in a new relationship they have to have a child together.
Its crazy
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Old 27-02-2013, 12:10
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz...ubby-Paul.html

On TM today defending her decision to have IVF at 50.
This Morning are unfortunately following her IVF journey
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Old 27-02-2013, 13:20
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Typical of This Morning. That programme just gets worse.

He/she isn't going to be a 'cute' baby forever, and by the time they're in their teens Tina will be in her 60s.

She's not thinking of the child's long-term future at all, just the quick-fix of having a baby at all costs.
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Old 27-02-2013, 13:38
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You know life is 70% nurture, 30 % nature, so if he looks like him and gets my brains well be laughing.

Laughing at his wifes comment, Paul, who had remained quiet up until this point, added: I really want to become a father now, I never used to think about it in the past but now its within our sight, within our grasp Im really excited about the future and I think we will have a baby by the next summer, hopefully.'

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz...ubby-Paul.html
If it looks like him and has her brains, it'll be one scary looking child with the IQ of an amoeba.

'Remained quiet up until this point'. Hmmm. I think we can see who has the upper hand in this relationship.
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