Rochelle Humes to visit Waterstones Bluewater to sign copies of children's book The Mega Magic Hair Swap

by My Kent Family reporter

Former popstar and presenter Rochelle Humes has written her first children's book.

The Mega Magic Hair Swap is described as a magical story which celebrates individuality.

The mum-of-two was inspired to write the picture book after a conversation with her daughter who said she didn't like her curly hair as princesses only ever have straight hair.

Rochelle Humes
Rochelle Humes

Rochelle, who is married to fellow presenter and musician Marvin Humes, was inspired to then create a story for her daughters about loving and accepting yourself.
The book follows two little girls called Rose and Mai who are granted a wish from a magical coconut to get their hair they've always dreamed of. Except they soon then realise that what they thought was perfect hair isn't as great as they assumed it would be and that their hair was pretty magical before they chose to change it.

The mega magic hair swap
The mega magic hair swap

The television and radio presenter has also been leading a movement on Instagram to embrace her own curls called Curls Like Us - creating a hub on social media for those who champion their natural hair.

The Mega Magic Hair Swap costs £6.99 and is available in paperback.
* Rochelle will be at Waterstones in Bluewater on Saturday, February 7 for a book signing, which begins at 11am.

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