Vicki Michelle

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She starred as wait­ress and ‘woman- about­town’ Yvette CarteBlanche from 1982 to 1992 in the BBC com­edy

‘Allo ‘Allo! Now Vicki, who lives with hus­band and film pro­ducer Gra­ham Fowler, of­fers ad­vice to their daugh­ter Louise, 29, her­self an as­pir­ing ac­tress.

How do you like your tea?

Or­ganic teabags, white with semi-skimmed milk and no sugar. I usu­ally drink it from a china mug. I’m al­ways on the go, so don’t of­ten have time to brew it in a pot.

Who would you most like to have tea with and why?

If I could choose any­one from any time, I’d choose Mar­i­lyn Mon­roe. I’d love to sit down with her and find out the truth be­hind her love af­fairs. What a con­ver­sa­tion that would be! Or The Queen – she has an amaz­ing work ethic, and would ob­vi­ously serve the very best tea!

How is your daugh­ter’s acting ca­reer go­ing?

Very well! She’s do­ing a bit of PR and stand-up at the mo­ment be­cause it’s re­ally harsh out there. But she has a nat­u­ral flair, so. hope­fully, some­thing will come along.

Af­ter I’m A CelebÉ, would you do more re­al­ity TV?

My mate [and tele­vi­sion pre­sen­ter] Ch­eryl Baker told me I have to do Danc­ing On Ice, but it’s flip­ping scary.

I’d like to do Strictly Come Danc­ing be­cause I used to do ball­room with my dad.

How do you stay young?

In my head I’m 35, and my mum has great genes. Plus I’m an eter­nal op­ti­mist, and I think that keeps you young.

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