Exclusive Interview: Kimberley Wyatt Talks UK Fashion And Move

Ex Pussycat Doll Kimberley Wyatt accessorised her black trouser suit with a gorgeous accessory at the launch party for the new Infiniti Gate car – her long-term boyfriend Max Rodgers. They make a good looking couple, don’t they? And not only that but I saw both can dance when DJ Mark Ronson spinned some hits and then moved onto tracks with a hip hop vibe. Kimberley couldn’t help but jump up in her high heels and dance with Max mirroring her every move. So cute!

I wouldn’t be surprised if Kim moved to the UK soon and made things more permanent. Looking so loved up together, an engagement is imminent. This is what she had to say on the matter:

QS: You appear at home in the UK these days. Would you say this is your second home?

KIM: Yes, London is very much my second home. I almost feel more at home here than I do in LA.

QS: What do you like about working/living in London?

KIM: I’m really inspired by the fashion and creativity. The UK fans were the first to really support me as an individual and the opportunity I have had because of that has brought me a lot of happiness. I love sunny days when people pour into the park and I love the people that I work with here. I’ve got a UK family!

QS: Do you admire the fashion sense of any British women in particular?

KIM: Alexa Chung is my style icon, she’s absolutely gorgeous and has fantastic fashion sense. Sienna Miller has always been up there – she’s got some great looks and I also love old school Kate Moss from the 90’s grunge days.”

QS: What do you miss about LA/States when you’re over here?

KIM: I miss the weather and being able to run outside in a T-shirt and shorts. I also miss the plethora of fresh produce and fruit.

QS: Do you like the UK Music?

KIM: I like your dubstep. It happened when I heard a dubstep remix of Dizzee Rascal’s Bonkers. I almost fell out of my seat it was so powerful! It just makes you want to get up and dance.

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13th July 2013
Written by Zoe Griffin

Posted by: Dilek 15 May 2014

There was no point printing the scnoed question. The response was a non answer. It was simply pointing the family to the person at Holland Bloorview to contact, information that was already provided in the introduction. I think the question could have been answered in a general sense if it could not be answered ore information. Perhaps it would be helpful to suggest that the family speak with a Bloorview language pathologist or occupational therapist to come up with some strategies to try out the next time they visit the playroom. I don’t think anyone wants a child to be punished for something he or she doesn’t understand due to a disability. One thing I might consider doing is to bring a familiar toy from home the next time. If the child still wants to explore the toys in the room then maybe find a quiet spot in the room to play where the lighting might be dimmed. Or situate yourselves away from the doorway where people are always coming and going. Another thought (depending on the child) is to prepare a social story in advance and bring it along to read upon arrival to teach the rules of the playroom. Maybe having it written out and with nice looking graphics might help. Maybe there is a comfy seat (e.g. beanbag chair) in the room that the child can enjoy to make the experience in the playroom a more relaxing experience. There are many ways to look at the situation. I’m not quite sure how speaking to a manager type person will help. All the best to this family.