SHORT & SWEET

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - - OPINION -

SAN­DRA: There wouldn’t be any cou­ple whose re­la­tion­ship hasn’t been un­der pres­sure at some stage. A cry­ing baby, nightly feeds, ten­sion be­tween An­drew Johns and your­self. Any nor­mal per­son would be at their wits end with the stress you must be un­der. In years to come you will look back on this episode and won­der how you got through it with your fi­ance. Just hang in there. ME­LA­NIA: On be­half of our seven-year-old daugh­ter who is suf­fer­ing from ju­ve­nile id­io­pathic arthri­tis (JIA) we are writ­ing to thank you for draw­ing at­ten­tion to the plight of chil­dren with JIA and their fam­i­lies. Fur­ther, we would like to praise you for high­light­ing the shock­ing state of JIA ser­vices in NSW. Kids with JIA de­serve bet­ter. JILL: Pill test­ing, zero tol­er­ance, po­lice snif­fer dogs — kids dy­ing! What are par­ents, po­lice, teach­ers and the Premier think­ing? Not much. How about no mu­sic fes­ti­vals! No mu­sic fes­ti­vals, no prob­lem! COL: Seems Meghan Markle isn’t the only medi­ocre ac­tor in that fam­ily. We now wit­ness me­dia-seeker Harry try­ing to con­vince us he was hav­ing a ”cry­ing” mo­ment. His act­ing was so bad it was em­bar­rass­ing. Why do the me­dia foist these fools on us; could it be just a sick joke on their part?

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