Claire’s hair extension placement: ‘We don’t want her to die alone’

Claire’s hairstyles are a little quirky, but it doesn’t mean she doesn’t have friends to look after her.

Her favourite friends are her two sisters, Claire and Claire’s ex-husband David, and their mother, Margaret, who died of cancer in 2016.

Claire’s parents are now her new owners, but she still spends a lot of time with her sister’s parents.

“We don.t want her.

We don’t need her,” she said.

“She’s not even my best friend.”

Claire’s sister Claire, pictured here with her mother Margaret, is Claire’s best friend.

“The girls are very nice and caring,” she says.

“They just make you feel better when you have to do this, it’s a lot better than when you don’t.” “

They are the most amazing, caring people.”

“They just make you feel better when you have to do this, it’s a lot better than when you don’t.”

“I have a great relationship with the family and I have been able to get on with them, even if we’re not the best of friends,” Claire added.

“I do it for my friends, I don’t do it to myself.”

Claire is now living in a “living room”, where she has her own bedroom and the two-bedroom house she shares with her father and her mum.

“It’s the best,” she explained.

“For a long time, I didn’t like the living room because it was full of dust, but I’m happy now that I have it.” “

Claire was one of three sisters to grow up in a house with no electricity. “

For a long time, I didn’t like the living room because it was full of dust, but I’m happy now that I have it.”

Claire was one of three sisters to grow up in a house with no electricity.

“My dad had to be very careful about us,” she explains.

We didn’t have to worry about anything and he would keep the lights on. “

But he was able to control the house.

“There was no electricity in the house, so I had to walk around in a full dress because the electricity had to run through the roof to the house.” “

“He always said ‘we’ll get your dad back’. “

There was no electricity in the house, so I had to walk around in a full dress because the electricity had to run through the roof to the house.”

“He always said ‘we’ll get your dad back’.

He’s a big lad, but he was the kind of lad who always cared for his kids and made sure they had the best thing to do, whatever it was.”

“My mum was very much a housewife and she did everything for us,” Claire continued.

“If there was anything that happened, I was always there to help.”

“When I was growing up, I had two sisters and I had my own room and I just loved living there, so that’s how I’ve stayed together.”

The home was one to watch, with all the windows covered with books, and the only door was left to a little window.

“When we were growing up there was a window in the back,” Claire said.

I’m not so tall but it’s still beautiful.” “

I’ve always loved being in the front, it gives me peace.

I’m not so tall but it’s still beautiful.”

“You know, I think I’m the best housewife in the world, and I’m probably the most honest and the most beautiful,” she added.

The house was full with books and Claire used to read them in the living rooms.

“You can’t really live without them,” she admitted.

“People like to say that I should have bought my own house and taken my own money, but my mum would have been in debt to me, so she would have had to go to the council.”

“It was the best, most wonderful life I’ve ever known,” Claire concluded.

“As a child, you have so much freedom in a big house, you can’t even tell people you’re living in it.”