Extreme Motherhood: The Triplet Diaries

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  • ENGLISH

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  • 384

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  • 9780330442510

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  • 2 mm

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  • 12 mm

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  • 250 gram

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  • PAPERBACK

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  • 2 FEBRUARY 2007

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    Description

    On December 22, 2004, at a routine ultrasound dating scan, Jackie Clune was told she was pregnant with triplets. She had not undertaken any fertility treatment—indeed the pregnancy was an accident as her daughter was under a year old at the time. She and her partner were going from one child to four in almost a single bound. Thrown headlong into the world of multiple birth On December 22, 2004, at a routine ultrasound dating scan, Jackie Clune was told she was pregnant with triplets. She had not undertaken any fertility treatment—indeed the pregnancy was an accident as her daughter...  Read More

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    Jackie Clune

    Jackie Clune (b. 1967, raised in Essex) is an English female comedy cabaret performer/writer, actress, and broadcaster who has previously done a Karen Carpenter act. She has appeared on popular British comedy trivia shows such as QI, Never Mind the Buzzcocks and The Staying-in Show and had a small role in a number of episodes of EastEnders, but is largely known for her one woman shows and her portrayal of Julie Burchill in a play by Tim Fountain. She is known for her dry anecdotal approach to comedy and camp sense of humour.

    For a number of years, much of Clunes comedy act was based on her sexual orientation; Clune identified as a lesbian from 1988 to 2000. In one interview in 2003, she suggested that she chose to become a lesbian, apparently at least partly on political grounds, and did not identify with the coming out experiences of certain of her gay friends. She currently identifies as straight and has had four children with her partner Richard Hannant.

    Clune sang the theme tune and wrote additional material for the TV show Smack the Pony. She also wrote the novel Man of the Month Club and Extreme Motherhood, an account of finding herself pregnant with triplets little more than a year after having her first child.


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