WE ARE FAM­ILY

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Read­ing Ge­orge Stark’s ar­ti­cle Now Katie and Jamie are

talk­ing mar­riage… (22 Oct) this week, I was frus­trated to read: ‘This is in con­trast to his two adopted chil­dren, Isabella and Con­nor Cruise.’ Adopted is a verb ac­cord­ing to the dic­tio­nary. It is a one-time event, an of­ten-dif­fi­cult jour­ney to cre­ate a fam­ily. It is not an ad­jec­tive to de­scribe some­one. Isabella and Con­nor were adopted as ba­bies, they are Tom’s chil­dren, no caveats needed. How does stat­ing they came into a fam­ily dif­fer­ently im­prove the ar­ti­cle? Chil­dren who were adopted may not want that fact re­peat­edly high­lighted – any more than other kids want to be re­minded that their par­ents had sex to con­ceive them! An­gela The Kèr­luxe Caviar4 range, worth £188, com­prises a sham­poo, con­di­tioner, mask and leave-in treat­ment con­tain­ing black, gold, green and crys­tal caviar to nour­ish hair for op­ti­mal health, strength and vi­tal­ity and to min­imise styling time. For de­tails visit

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