Letters to the Editor

Just some advice, Mrs Holness

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

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Dear Editor,

I have been admiring Member of Parliament and wife of the prime minister, Juliet Holness, for some time now. But I must use this opportunity to give her some friendly advice. (I do not have personal access to her.)

Of late I've noticed the closeness with which her outfits have been cut. What's more, there is obvious discomfort from the restricted range of movement the outfits provide.

Yesterday at the Ceremony of Investiture and Presentation of National Honours and Awards on the grounds of King's House was among the list of occasions I've noticed the state of affairs.

The ensembles make for pretty pictures, but she has to move and go about her business.

There's no body-shaming here, I just want her handlers to get her the right cuts for her body type based on the range of activities her many portfolios will force her to navigate.

Please hold all the barbs at me and just accept the message. I want to see the best for Jamaica's rising star. I see her owning her own place at a higher seat in the nation's government.

Looking On

St Andrew

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