A MOTHER-OF-TWO has expressed dismay at discovering she is a ‘real woman’ like in television adverts.
42-year-old Emma Bradford was grocery shopping when she was approached by a ‘real woman’ spotter to appear in a commercial for shampoo.
She said: “Apparently I typify the kind of natural, carefree beauty that represents a healthier and more realistic ideal for the modern female.
“I’m pretty sure that’s a euphemism for something unflattering.”
Advertising executive Tom Logan said: “The ‘real woman’ phenomenon is so empowering. We can all agree there’s something miraculous about a woman who has some amount of self-confidence despite not being correctly thin.
“We celebrate anyone who might buy things.”