David Cameron 'jealous of children's onesies'
Monday 14 January 2013
Prime Minister David Cameron has revealed that he does not own a onesie,
unlike his deputy, Nick Clegg, but added that he is "jealous" of the
ones his children have.
Mr Cameron was asked if he had one of the popular all-in-one leisure suits after Mr Clegg admitted being given one during a radio phone-in last week.
Speaking on ITV's Daybreak, Mr Cameron said he had not joined in with the trend, which has seen grown men and women wearing the romper outfits.
He said: "My children have onesies. I often say that I'm very jealous that they didn't get me one."
Last week Mr Clegg told London's LBC 97.3 radio that he had been given a "big green onesie" in Sheffield but said he had not worn it and it was still in its packaging.
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