Tracey Fine and Georgie Tarn say 'fabulosity' is the key to life
If you want to feel fabulous, all you have to do is come out of the closet and embrace your inner princess — according to Tracey Fine and Georgie Tarn, aka the Jewish Princesses.
Then, they say: “your Fabulosity will flow”.
The creators of The Jewish Princess brand, Ms Fine and Ms Tarn have written a book about how to live a fabulous lifestyle. The appropriately titled The Jewish Princess Guide to Fabulosity explores aspects such as friends, food, appearance, attitude and, of course, the Jewish mother-in-law. Ms Fine (pictured left) tells People: “When the publishers called us in we thought we had done something wrong — we suffer from Jewish guilt — but they wanted us to write this book. We felt that we had gained a lot of knowledge over the years to help us do so.”
Ms Tarn says: “We don’t believe there has been a fun lifestyle guide like this. It was fun to explore and hilarious to work on.”
The women write as the Jewish Princesses. “It’s a bit tongue-in-cheek,” she adds. “It’s a combination of wit, wisdom and worldly knowledge.”
In the section on friends, the princesses advise you to be wary of the “Park-and-Ride Pal — she asks you out, but you end up driving and picking up the tab for lunch.” The book follows the success of their previous books: The Jewish Princess Cookbook: Having Your Cake and Eating It and The Jewish Princess Cookbook: Feasts & Festivals with Family and Friends. Will there be a fourth? Maybe. But they are keeping it under wraps.
The women, who are in their 40s, have known each other since the age of nine. Ms Fine used to run a giftware company and Ms Tarn is a former aerobics instructor. They have five children between them.
The Jewish Princess Guide to Fabulosity (Quadrille) is priced at £12.99