Peter Pan Panto Role Tiring But Enjoyable For Natasha Hamilton

checked in with fans on her blog at MySpace (@natashahamilton) on Tuesday (December 29), talking about her role as Peter Pan at Empire Theatre, celebrating Christmas, and what she had planned for New Year’s Eve. The former Atomic Kitten, who recently announced she’s pregnant, writes:

Wow, what a hectic few weeks I’ve had! Panto started, Christmas day came and went in the blink of an eye, and now New Year is upon us! Let’s starts with Panto. It’s been the most grueling time, very tiring but thoroughly enjoyable. I’ve had so many laughs with the cast and made some great friends. We started our live shows on December 11th, and it was brilliant! Christmas was fantastic, the boys got everything they wanted from Santa and watching their faces as they opened their presents was brilliant. Santa even got me some lovely stuff, scented candles, perfume, hat and scarf, a baby heart monitor, so that we can hear its heart beat whenever we want, and Riad got me a beautiful necklace. We even had Henry (Winkler) over for Christmas dinner!!! He was lovely and even bought my mum, dad, sis, Ri and the boys presents! We got him a really cool Barbour shirt and flat cap (a proper English pressie!) Later that evening all the family played Who Wants To Be A Millionaire and Catchphrase and we sang on Lips! It was hilarious when me and Riad rapped to Tupac’s, California!! I can honestly say it was dreadful! Ha ha. A lovely day was had by all. It’s Harry’s Birthday on new Year’s Eve so we’ve got a load of cousins and school friends coming with us to the Chill Factor Snow Centre for some fun in the snow. It’s great there, you can do the toboggan, or slide down the snow slides in big rubber rings and have snowball fights!! In the evening we’re just gonna have a family one at home. We’re gonna do sausages on the BBW if no rain and we’re gonna let off fireworks to welcome in the new year. We’ll be getting the Lips out again, but I’m buying the Take That version for then. Yey!!!

Hope everyone had a a great festive holiday and I’ll be speaking to you in the New Year, have a safe, healthy and fun start to your 2010.

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