Job: Chief executive, Publicis Blueprint
- You've got five hours left before the world explodes. What do you do?
Head somewhere exclusive where I can immerse myself in the most expensive handbags and shoes.
- What's your best joke?
How do you make Lady Gaga cry? Poke-her-face ...
- What's your biggest fear?
Coming home one day to find my son has turned into a Goth.
- When did you last cry and why?
I cry at anything and everything, so it was probably during some mindless rubbish on TV last night.
- Who is your hero?
- Name one thing about yourself that few people know.
I did RE at A level. Baffling.
- What's the worst thing about your job?
- What do you see when you look in the mirror?
On my sane, regular days, Cindy Crawford's younger sister. But, generally, just a normal, everyday working mum.
- Which historical figure do you most identify with and why?
Mrs Beeton, because I am a qualified home economist, and if the wind is blowing in the right direction, a domestic goddess.
- If you had a trained monkey, what would you make it do?
Both empty the dishwasher at home and do my timesheets at work. Every day, forever.
- Are you happy?
Yes ... assuming it's a day that my son got to school on time and without any morning battles, the trains work like clockwork, I can get to my desk, get my coat off and have a coffee in my hand before being accosted with some query. Happy days.
- What would you do if you were invisible for the day?
At the time of writing, having the answer to the Brangelina situation could be quite lucrative.
- What's your most evocative childhood memory?
Winning a rag doll in a raffle and being presented the prize by Simon Williams, aka Captain Bellamy in Upstairs Downstairs - he was very handsome and very tall.
- What belief do you hold most strongly?
Today is the first day of the rest of my life: what happened yesterday, happened yesterday.
- What's on your iPod most-played list?
If only I could say something cool and trendy ... no, forget that, I'm proud - probably a Police track.