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Hannah, Soleil and Winter Strafford-Taylor

Narcissist and “yummy mummy” Hannah Strafford-Taylor describes herself as “Instagram’s most stylish mum” to her 8,600 followers. Mocked as a “plastic clichéd fool using her bizarrely named daughters [Soleil and Winter] as accessories”, Mrs Strafford-Taylor told the Mail Online: “My husband says I have my own unique currency of holidays. I compare everything to the price of a holiday. My favourite place in the world is the Maldives” in January 2017. Of her one commentator remarked: “Well, she loves herself a bit too much” whilst another concluded: “Another bragging Brit, we can all do that”.



10 comments on “Hannah, Soleil and Winter Strafford-Taylor”

  1. I’m called Sunny and I don’t like it when people mock my name. Plainly this entry is intended to do just that.

  2. What’ll she call her next accessories? Wind, Shower, Rain? Autumn, Spring and Summer? Maybe she should change her own name. Hannah is not exotic enough and I assume she merged her name with her husbands on marriage too. It is still too plain. Spice that up as well woman.

  3. She wouldn’t last two minutes in Loughton. We call our kids better names here like Candice and Toffee Apple.

  4. Starting off an article using the word “narcissist” is harsh; and the rest is just as snipy. Perhaps the writer is “envious”…

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