Sunday Herald Sun - Stellar - - Columnist - with JAR­RAD MCVEIGH

As a hus­band and dad of two girls, you’re se­ri­ously out­num­bered at home. How do you cope with all that fem­i­nine fe en­ergy? It’s It not al­ways easy, but b it’s fun. There’s never n a dull mo­ment. Our O daugh­ters bring amaz­ing en­ergy to our life. Do you think the girls will watch the footy with you when they’re older, or will you be all by your­self in the man cave? I hope they’ll want to hang out and watch the footy with me. I’m do­ing my best to get them hooked on it now. You and your wife are ap­pear­ing to­gether in a lin­gerie cam­paign for Valen­tine’s Day. How did you feel lead­ing up to your first mod­el­ling gig? The spray tan alone can be quite in­tense. I was a lit­tle ner­vous, but hav­ing Cle­men­tine by my side made it fun – she looked stun­ning. Have you ever fallen into the “se­ri­ously, please don’t get me any­thing” trap on Fe­bru­ary 14? Never, thank­fully. There are so many things you can do to make it spe­cial, even just spend­ing it to­gether. No ex­cuses, guys! Bras N Things Valen­tine’s Day col­lec­tion is now avail­able in stores and on­line.

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