Women ditch chores to live like TOWIE

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WOMEN are ditch­ing house­hold chores in favour of par­ty­ing and pam­per­ing them­selves, a new study shows.

Nearly half of women – 45 per cent – say they try to copy the party life­styles of stars of hit re­al­ity shows The Only Way Is Es­sex and Made In Chelsea like Georgina Dorsett (above).

Four in ten women now spend three hours or less per week on house­hold chores like clean­ing, iron­ing and wash­ing clothes.

And six in ten women spend three hours or more weekly on nights out, win­ing and din­ing, shop­ping and treats.

Over a quar­ter of women – 26 per cent – de­vote six hours or more a week to en­joy­ing them­selves.

Young women aged 18-25 do the least house­work with 57 per cent do­ing three hours or less a week.

In that age group, 15 per cent give up only one hour a week for mun­dane house­hold tasks – and three per cent ad­mit they do no house­work at all.

The sur­vey of over 1,000 adult women was car­ried out by Vase­line.

I WENT to buy some cam­ou­flage trousers the other day

– but I couldn’t find any.

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