19 June 2012 by

Your Reaction To This Week's Conversation: Has 'Wife' Become A Dirty Word?

Your Reaction To This Week's Conversation: Has 'Wife' Become A Dirty Word?

The debate began when Kate Moss declared she'd never dress 'like a wife' during her interview with Polly Vernon and she clearly hit a nerve. In this week's issue of Grazia (out now), Anna Hart agrees that despite being delighted to be married, she struggles to get the 'unfashionable' word out of her mouth.

The fierce debate continues to rage across the Twittersphere and you, dear readers, have offered up many an interesting opinion on the issue. Some of you have objected to Mossy's 'sneering tone' and others have demanded to know why she thought marriage was something to be embarrassed about.

Your Reaction To This Week's Conversation: Has 'Wife' Become A Dirty Word?

So why not keep the conversation going? Tweet us at @Grazia_Live or join the discussion on Grazia UK's Facebook page and do tell: does the word 'wife' need a serious fashion overhaul?

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Cocoture (Thu Oct 25 08:38:04 BST 2012): I think it does, its kind of like the word ms for when you are divorced!

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