supernanny


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supernanny

(ˈsuːpəˌnænɪ)
n
informal an expert who advises parents on how to deal with badly-behaved children
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Supernanny now airs in over 172 territories, almost all of them with Jo Frost as “Supernanny.
While Supernanny Jo Frost was dolled up like a dominatrix, Kathryn Mewes, AKA the Three Day Nanny, has been given a full-on vintage make-over: Tweed jacket, polka dot dress and matching neckerchief, cardboard suitcase, leather gloves and a fixed gear bike with a big wicker basket.
We've tried the naughty step," they tell her, neatly signalling that the reign of Supernanny is over.
Insider hears the Liverpool WAG has enlisted TV's Supernanny, aka Jo Frost, to help get three-year-old Archie into a bedtime routine before the new arrival.
Jo Frost rose to fame as the straight-talking Supernanny back in 2004.
IF Brendan Rodgers is looking for tips on controlling his nasty nipper, he should look no further than TV Supernanny Jo Frost's new book, Toddler SOS, which dedicates a whole chapter to biting.
Jo Frost Image: Stern but fair childcarer Best known for: Being Supernanny Early life: Born June 27, 1971, in London.
Her name was Supernanny and her nononsense approach to parenting was an instant success.
TELEVISION'S Supernanny and New Tricks production firm Shed Media shrugged off a "turbulent" broadcasting market with new BBC dramas and American versions of its UK hits set to drive growth.
MEDIA giants Time Warner are poised to take over Supernanny and Footballers' Wives producers Shed Media in a pounds 75million deal.