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Name: Vicki Butler-Henderson

Occupation: Motoring journalist

Where do you call home? Hertfordshire

What is your earliest memory? A birthday party at three years old.

Were you a mummy's girl or a daddy's girl? Daddy's girl but now I'm old enough to be a mummy's girl.

What is your favourite image of God? Sometimes it's just waking up in the morning and thinking it's great to be alive and feeling grateful.

What would you most like someone to say to you? "Good God Vicki you look stunning!" or "Every car you have ever wanted is in this garage and they're all yours."

What do you like most about yourself? My optimism. I don't really get down a lot.

What makes you cringe about yourself? TV appearances. I don't like watching myself.

What record are you most embarrassed to admit owning? The Best of Bucks Fizz.

Would you ever have cosmetic surgery? Possibly when I'm older. It may be safer then.

What is your most treasured possession? A letter written by my grandmother. I was the last person she wrote to and I received it on the day she died.

What was the best meal you've ever had? Definitely not anything I've cooked! Anything with jolly good company.

What clothes do you wear around the house? Jeans.

What laws do you break? Oh no! None!

Who would you least like to be stuck in a lift with? Jeremy Beadle or Jeremy Paxman.

What is on your bedside table? An alarm clock.

Have you any unfulfilled ambitions? I want to be accomplished at everything I do. I would like to get a pilot's licence, a bike licence, do a parachute jump, a bungee jump and be a super mum one day.

Do you consider yourself politically correct? No. I try to be sometimes but I'm not in general.

Do you ever wish you'd been born the opposite sex? No because I'm getting the best of a man's world but I'm glad I'm a girl.

Where will you go after you die? I like to think I'd go to my family and relations and we'd have a big party every day.
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