I was reading an article in some weekend magazine last week about Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Abbey Clancy, currently on Strictly Come Dancing, and (whether or not this is what they really said, or just how it was portrayed by the magazine, I don't know) they were both giving it all this "oh, people think it's so glamorous, but it's not! We have to do the school run before we go to work, then we get to lunch time and think, oh God, I forgot to pack little Tristan's recorder, and after a gruelling day we get home and have to cook dinner, just like any other working mother!"
Er, no you're NOT just like any working mother - and I'm guessing you know this. You're beautiful, rich, married to handsome successful men (probably), you're talented (maybe), well-known, and no doubt have a whole HOST of minions running round who will get little Tristan's recorder to him, should you have forgotten to have put it in his backpack. You go to 'work' where you are fawned over, and get to learn to dance with hot guys all day whilst earning an absolute packet. You don't have to do this to pay the mortgage, you do it to enhance your profile and secure other gigs that will pay out as much as this one does.
Wouldn't it be great if, just once, one of them said this:
"Yeah, I can't believe my luck! I was born stunning, can do exactly what I want, and I've got all this money. Go me!"