Pandora: Kate goes with the flow
Wednesday 19 December 2007
Not surprisingly, Pandora doesn't normally receive too many celebrity Christmas cards down the chimney.
So I was at first delighted to be sent a yuletide video message yesterday from the GMTV presenter Kate Garraway and her husband, the former New Labour lobbyist Derek Draper.
The video, which arrived via email, shows a miniature Garraway falling off a Christmas tree, lampooning her woeful performance on this year's Strictly Come Dancing.
Draper tells me the video is to advertise the couple's new media company, Flow Video.
So it is not really a season's greetings card, more a shameless bid for a plug. I suppose they all count.
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