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Mrs Hooper admitted three of four charges levelled against her at the hearing last week. Mrs Hooper admitted that as a registered midwife, between November 2018 and March 2019, under the pseudonym Alice in Wanderlust, she posted ‘one or more inappropriate comments on Tattle.Life’. She secondly admitted that those actions were intended to ‘undermine and humiliate’ the subject of one of her comments. While I would find the break from social media refreshing, I have missed the creative side. I've missed that. I've missed interacting with people on here.' Have Clemmie and Simon Hooper got an interiors account? In closing, counsel for the NMC said Mrs Hooper ‘strayed from that goal’ of standing up for herself and her family. ‘The comment is undoubtedly racist,’ they said. ‘And the comment at [exhibit] TT is a racist trope. It’s my submission it’s a reasonable inference for you to draw that… it was intended to be racially inferred.’ The fourth charge was that Mrs Hooper knew and intended her comments to be racially offensive and discriminatory – Mrs Hooper did not admit this and on Friday the panel cleared her of that charge.

Mrs Hooper was also charged that her actions in posting one of the admitted inappropriate comments on Tattle.Life were racially offensive and/or discriminatory. The former mumfluencer accepted that charge but on the basis that she was ‘not aware at the time’ that the term used was racially offensive or discriminatory and it was only as a result of subsequent training and learning that she now ‘understands it could be regarded as that’ Asked about the charges of racism and her experience with Mrs Hooper, Ms Cato said in her experience she supported women of all races both on the ward and on staff adding: ‘I’ve never seen her speak to or deal differently with anyone.’ No mention was made of his wife – a fact that did not escape the attention of the ever-watchful members of The vitriol towards the mother-of-four only intensified, but much of the Tattlers’ criticism was directed at Simon, for what was deemed insensitive behaviour.

Meanwhile, Simon, 37, aka Father of Daughters on Insta, appeared to be playing the situation differently. When the story broke, he said he’d had no idea what Clemmie had been doing and posted that he was ‘angry and a bit sad’ about it. He then continued to share pictures of their cherubic twin daughters, before flying to the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix with a friend, using the journey to promote Etihad Airways. Once there, he declared ‘life doesn’t get much better’ as he posted pictures of Lewis Hamilton and one in which Geri Horner could be spotted standing nearby. I went on a little break, that turned into a long break. 140 days to be precise. While I've been away I've had a lot of time to reflect. I was reflecting on my time on here. Like most people I have made some mistakes, I've made content that hasn't landed in the way it was intended. For that I apologise. I hope we can move forward from that. Talking about the support she had received from colleagues who have written statements in support of her for the hearing, and asked what it means to her, Mrs Hooper – who has been working as a midwife since rejoining the workforce during the pandemic – told the panel this morning: ‘There have been dark times where I’ve not felt like I can get through this and you question everything. So when I read testimonials from colleagues who’ve come forward and said they’d like to submit these, it’s been helpful and a reminder of why I’m still here and want to be a midwife.’ Candice spoke about the effect of the Tattle Life scandal on the Grazia Life Advice podcast. Who is Clemmie Hooper?

On International Women's Day in 2020, Simon Hooper fronted a message from AXA about wanting his four daughters to feel as if they are equal and empowered. The name Clemmy is of Latin origin, and is used mostly in English speaking countries but also in a few other countries and languages of the world. As part of her trolling, Clemmie made comments about Candice Brathwaite (who she had hosted on her podcast previously) saying she was ‘aggressive’ and used her race ‘like a weapon’. Debbie Cato, who has worked with Mrs Hooper since June 2021 said: ‘Clemmie is an amazing midwife - since the day she started at the birth centre there’s never been any problems with her at all… Her ethics to work, her enthusiasm have always been there from the start and I’ve never had any complaints about Clemmie at all from anyone.’


The first thing you should know if you are considering Clemmy for your baby's name is that in most countries all over the world the name Clemmy is a unisex name, used as a boy name and a girl name.

The hearing heard that following the fallout from the case, the NMC had a ‘significant amount of referrals’ and a self-referral on November 21, 2019. Speaking about her return to working on the ward, she told the panel how she had been working in an administrative role from home from January 2020, while a trust investigation took place.

The NMC offered no live witnesses to support their case, but two witnesses were called for Mrs Hooper last week, both of whom have worked closely with her. Shereen Cameron, who has worked with Mrs Hooper twice said in support of her: ‘In my experience she’s always been a very honest person, quite open and transparent. Clemmie was always someone who I felt handled things professionally and with integrity.’ Speaking about working with her after the fallout in 2019, she added: ‘She was quite open and reflective and very aware of her own personal causation of what had happened. She was very open about how it had impacted the women she’d cared for, the other women who’d been involved and her family.’ The trust she was working at received a number of complaints, claiming the posts were incompatible with her being a midwife, and she was removed from duties. In March 2020, she returned to work at another hospital. In her defence, Mrs Hooper’s representative countered: ‘Beyond the admitted use of the words, the counsel has in fact produced no evidence at all that Mrs Hooper either understood at the time the racist aspect of those words used or much less that she intended them to be racist or discriminatory. She strongly denies she was aware of such a perception at the time 23 Feb 2019, more than four years ago.’

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