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She's done a lot for women with eating disorders, because she puts them on the front page of the Daily Mail [which she joined in 2006] and tells them there's nothing to be ashamed about."Jones is, she claims, banned from attending many fashion shows, which may explain why she turned her hand to confessional journalism, a modern discipline that is often criticised and, more often than not, practised by women.
(There are notable exceptions: in the 1990s, William Leith wrote a scabrously self-analytical column for The Independent on Sunday; John Diamond narrated his own slow death from throat cancer in The Times; Tim Dowling's family members are the co-stars of his Saturday Guardian column.)What sets Jones apart from other female columnists, however, is her merciless introspection.
We know how, after they split in 2007, she moved from her plush Islington townhouse to a 46-acre farm in the Exmoor village of Dulverton, with her cats (or "fur babies"), dogs (such as Michael, a sheepdog she found shivering by the side of a road), horses (including Lizzie, an abandoned racehorse), chickens (formerly battery hens) and sheep. "There are days when I long to be back in my warm, clean house in London," she wrote, "with my nice things and Space NK up the road".
Frustrated by the fashion industry's failure to acknowledge the body shape of the everyday woman, she published two covers for the same edition of the magazine: one featuring the falsely enhanced Pamela Anderson, the other the naturally curvy Sophie Dahl.