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What's wrong with making your son look good?

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  • Vicky Antonia, 31, has dressed her son in high end brands since his birth
  • She once spent £1,000 a week on him
  • The eight-year-old has 200 pairs of designer shoes
  • She said the labels make him more popular at school

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How ridiculous, he's kid. Sometimes parents don't have much sense in the things they do concerning their kids.

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Funny how his designer clothes for an 8-year-old boy don't look any different than clothes from K-mart.

Is it me or do all his shoes look the same?

I find it hard to believe his vinyl tablecloth suit makes him popular at school, but I'm no fashion expert.

Okay, I admit it. I'm jealous and bitter. Will you be my mummy? :-*

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Thanks Daily Mail. This is news.

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Posted (edited)

'spoilt' is an understatement.

I see she's no longer spending as much on him now she's no longer ''receiving money from his father and has to use her own money''

hypocritical as well as vain.

putting your child to shame in a national newspaper to garner publicity for your own career is despicable.

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I'm sure he'll grow up to be a lovely young lady.

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Posted (edited)

What she said ............." I could easily spend up to a £1,000 a week on him"

What she meant........... " I could easily spend up to a £1,000 of my husbands money a week on him"

(p.s. anybody else think he looks like a tiny pimp?)

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So now the money is running out she goes to the papers? wonder how much she is getting for this and if she will be buying her son a suit that fits next time?

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To use a colloquialism often used in my neck of the woods, she is a 'dopey bint'

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(p.s. anybody else think he looks like a tiny pimp?)

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i've got this theory, that for every pound you have, a brain cell dies, and the evidence for it is borne out by how rich people dress.

richard branson has more money than god right, but it seems to be 'christmas jumper' day every day round at his house!

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it's logic jim, but not as we know it.....

:-)

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I'm sure he'll grow up to be a lovely young lady.

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reminds me of the old clark's shoes advert-

'' MY mummy says i'm going to grow up to be a PROPER little madam''

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Posted (edited)

She said she has some regrets over how much she has spent - especially as Zak doesn't care whether he's in designer labels.

In other words, she is living out her own fantasy which her son thinks is just Stupid?

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while there may be nothing wrong with 'making your son look good', there IS something wrong with 'making your son look like a tw*t in a national newspaper'.

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A shame, just like the other thread with the girl who is "too cute too work" or whatever, these people spend lots of money but don't really look that fashionable. We call it ghetto fabulous and it isn't very chic. Spending lots of money to look street is silly. They should all hire stylists.

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That one shot looks like shes showing off breast implants.

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Spending lots of money to look street is silly. They should all hire stylists.

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and therapists.....

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  • Vicky Antonia, 31, has dressed her son in high end brands since his birth
  • She once spent £1,000 a week on him
  • The eight-year-old has 200 pairs of designer shoes
  • She said the labels make him more popular at school

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What's wrong with it is that we're not blaming the commercialization and indoctrination the other parents put on their kids that make this kid so popular. Blame the game, not the player.

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What's wrong with it is that we're not blaming the commercialization and indoctrination the other parents put on their kids that make this kid so popular. Blame the game, not the player.

No what she has done is not normal. We know about the kids wanting the named trainers and mobile phones, but this lady has gone way over board and the poor kids suit does not even fit him!!

That is not fashion or keeping up with the other kids in the school, its not the game at all what she is doing, she is the player and trying to outdo every else at the same time, but not succeeding with her choice of outfits.

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Sheeesh... all my mom bought me was Garanimals.

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Sheeesh... all my mom bought me was Garanimals.

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do they still fit biff??

:-)

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absurd. he should be playing with toys at his age. hell, im not even interested in fashion and clothes at my age and i'm in my 30s

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