Katie Hopkins has blasted TV presenter Kirstie Allsopp over comments she made about women starting families too late.
The Location, Location, Location presenter told of the heartache experienced by many of her friends in their quest to have it all.
Kirstie made the comments to The Sunday Telegraph recently, saying: “At the moment, women have 15 years to go to university, get their career on track, try and buy a home and have a baby. That is a hell of a lot to ask of someone ... I don’t want the next generation of women to go through the heartache my generation has.”
She also went on to say that if she had a daughter, she would advise her to skip college: “I don’t have a girl, but if I did I’d be saying ‘Darling, do you know what? Don’t go to university. Start work straight after school. Stay at home, save up your deposit – I’ll help you, let’s get you a flat. And then we can find you a nice boyfriend and you can have a baby by the time you’re 27.”
However, Katie Hopkins doesn’t agree with Kirstie, and told Best magazine: “Kirstie has conveniently ignored the fact she is a ball breaker. She lives her life on camera, runs her own production company, has staff to run her home and is a money making machine ... Being a mother takes many skills. However, being a successful mother is far easier if you learn to love your life as a woman first.”



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