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Actress and freelance journalist, Giovanna Fletcher is married to Tom Fletcher from Mc Fly.
She grew up in Essex with her Italian dad Mario, mum Kim, big sister Giorgina and little brother Mario, and spent most of her childhood talking to herself or reading books. To see what makes Giovanna smile, view her blog at her Twitter page @mrsgifletcher. 1) If I had to describe my mood in one word, it would be: Chipper 2) You might not know this about me, but I: …always clean up before the cleaner comes over. 3) When I’m feeling down, I find that I’m always cheered up by: A good walk.
I whack on my walking boots and go rambling through the woods.
4) Three things on my desk right now are: , starring Sean Penn, Dakota Fanning and Michelle Pfeiffer.
Lizzy is heartbroken - but through the tears, she sees an opportunity. It challenges us physically, mentally, emotionally. There are the days where just managing to fit a shower in amidst the endless feeding, entertaining young children and surviving on a lack of sleep feels like an achievement.
14) The one thing I wish I’d known 10 years ago is: The correct spelling of the word ‘definitely’. 15) The best advice I ever got was: From Dorothy Koomson, who unknowingly prompted me to start writing .The next much-anticipated romantic chapter in Billy and Sophie's love story from bestselling author Giovanna Fletcher.Sophie's got used to being the girlfriend of Billy Buskin, the biggest movie star in the world. But when she and Billy take a trip to visit his family in Los Angeles, she quickly discovers she's totally unprepared for the chaos of Hollywood, the paparazzi and Billy's controlling mother. The perfect novella for cold winter nights - the festive sequel to Dream a Little Dream from the Number One bestseller Sarah's doing great.Funny, heartwarming' Closer ___________ When the love of your life says you're not The One, who are you?Lizzy and Ian have been a couple since the first week of university.
In Happy Mum, Happy Baby Giovanna shares her own journey through parenthood and in doing so, she looks at what it is to be a mother today, encourages you to be confident in yourself as a parent and celebrates how putting a focus on being a happy and confident mum can really make for a happy baby. It challenges us physically, mentally, emotionally. There are the days where just managing to fit a shower in amidst the endless feeding, entertaining young children and surviving on a lack of sleep feels like an achievement.