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“The Sex God’s friends think I’m a bit weird. I don’t know why. I’ve always been the height of sophisticosity around them. Apart from that time Dom asked me what I wanted to do at college and I said, “Backing dancing”. And when I danced around in front of his Dad because I thought he was a talent spotter. And when I put my foot through Dom’s bass drum. But apart from those minor hiccups I’ve exuded sophisticosity, I like to think.”
Georgia has achieved her heart’s desire of being Robbie’s one-and-only, and everything in her life ought to be falling into place. So why does she still belong in the Ugly Home? Why do other people think she’s weird? Why is her new-found sophisticosity not working? As poor Georgia knows better than anyone else, growing up can be very hard to do!