Now, to finish on a light-hearted note, if you learn anything from my "High Tea" instructions, please learn one thing, and that is compliments and hugs simply make an English gal feel uncomfortable. (Okay, I have been in the U.S. for over ten years so I am starting to like the compliments!) We simply don't know what to do with the affection, so don't be offended if we respond to your delightful compliment with something completely ridiculous like, "Don’t be silly, I look like a cow in this outfit!" Ahhh, what it is to be British, we are so well adapted! Hmm, I think not, thank goodness my sons are 50% southern!
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I loved watching your facial expression during your time with Robyn and mark. It made me laugh out loud- seriously! I needed a good laugh. I thought it was so funny when you were pushing Robyn wheelchair going into the hospital. The car ride is priceless- I'm sure there was more to see than what Bravo could show. Your show is so fun and refreshing! I love it! I will watch this episode again when it is shown again this week. Can't wait until next weeks episode. So far each episode gets better and better. I hope you get to be on WWWL soon with LT. He is so fun to watch as well. I love his humor too.
ROSIE POPE...YOU ARE THE SMARTEST AND MOST ADORABLE BRAVO leading lady! That is a compliment (I am sorry!!), but you are amazing in every aspect of your life, and I hope you can tolerate my saying HOW WONDERFUL YOUR SHOW IS! Pregnant in Heels shows a deep side of all interpersonal relationships, and one of the most gratifying: that of mother and child. Your shop is adorable, your son is absolutely adorable, as is your southern husband, and you...Rosie Pope....ARE FANTASTIC. LOVE THE SHOW!
Rosie, Thank you for sharing your difficult story regarding your IVF process. You are inspirational to all women who are going through the same thing, as the emotions you share are real and quite moving. Please know I am rooting for you to give birth to another baby, and I am so sorry for your struggle. I feel your pain. Your show is FABULOUS!
I love your show and I think you're gorgeous so take that compliment! However, I am a bit confused; the British aristocracy is not the same as royalty--unless Lord Wedgwood is in fact in line to the British throne, he is not to be treated as a royal person---because he isn't.
YOU are the REAL DEAL! I found your story about IVF to be as compelling as any I have heard. You showed raw emotion, while balancing yourself at home and work at Rosie Pope concierge. I especially love your fashion style, your adorable SMILE, and your WONDERFUL ACCENT! I still can not believe that was ever an issue!
Wow, you are a breath of fresh air. Love the show. So much fun to watch -- especially your expressions. And I love the "tough love". I'm so pleased to see that you don't roll over and take the abuse these women try to dish out. Good for you. And good luck with the IVF. My 42 year old niece went thru this process many times and is now 5 months pregnant!
Bravo came up with another Great show. I love your show and your accent. I like the idea that all of your clients are "high end". It's really refreshing and quite funny at times. Keep up the good work, I will keep watching. Karbear
I wish you much success in your own IVF process. You are amazing to help coach women through their pregnancy while you struggle getting pregnant yourself. Your love of life shows through in everything you do, and your little boy is so very cute. I hope we can watch your family grow with this show. It is great!
Rosie, the show is "different" and not in a bad way but god bless you with those clients, but I am sure your producers pick the most "interesting" of your clients. People should stop with your accent already; if anyone had any smarts they would realize that you are British and have been living in America for 10 years; some people loose it totally and yours is just a mix...... time to get over it already, you are a sweet talented person and should ignore these idiots. Tell your husband to smile a little, he looks scared of the camera. Lots of luck with the show, the shop and the future and especially with those two loves of your life.
I am addicted to your show! You have such a clever business, and I love the warm reality you bring to it with your own family and pregnancy challenges. I wish for you the very best. You deserve it....and we deserve MORE OF YOU!!!
Lord Wedgewood seems like a cool guy. Fun, a bit eccentric, and very British!! That was a great segment, such FUN FUN FUN! I love the English twist you bring to everything. More Rosie Pope!
Love the show; why people have to comment on your speech is beyond me. You are British, lived here for many many years, so u have a little of both so what!!!! Don't let it get to you and keep up the good work. Love those little ones of yours and god bless you with some of your very needy clients; you are worth every penny you charge
I never comment on Bravo even though I read all the blogs and have many opinions that go through my mind. Its fun for me, especially when I am bored at work. It's funny because I saw a blog that said you are a "breath of fresh air," and literally that's what came to my mind when watching your show. This is one of the only channels I watch (my husband gets so sick of it, but it will grow on him) and I was curious about how I would like this show...I LOVE! and I really think it has to do with your presence and attitude. You are funny but take your job seriously and have a "gracefulness" to your sense of humor its great! A lot of the women on these shows are the same or their attitudes become repetative or inherited by the way others act on the other shows. It's almost like they expect themselves to have to be that way. Fun to watch, but de ja vu. I love that you built/created your own business..it is my dream one day. I'm in the industry and I just want to gather all my experience now so hopefully one day while starting a family I can balance my own career. It gives me a lot of hope to create a business and say, "I did it" while enjoying time with my family.
LT is hilarious--he's a ball of fun at work I'm sure he can be a stress reliever.
I love that you design the clothes you sell; you cover every aspect of the pregnant womens life and what they need to have/know..you said it "Guru", lol. Anyways, can't wait to watch more!
I am laughing and laughing. Thank you for putting your life on TV, it is the best "light moment" in my busy, mom of toddlers day. I don't know how you do it..keep from BAH, HA, HAing out loud at the requests. Your gift, of course is in getting under the ridiculousness to the real issue (except those baby naming people, they were just crazy) without laughing at them. Bless you for making me feel normal and giving me something to seriously crack up about. I've been there on the IVF...whatever it takes, it's all worth it in the end. Much luck and prayers coming your way on a healthy, happy, no drama pregnancy.
Rosie, as an ex-nurse, I love your show! I also love your answers and mostly, and the very best of you, IMO, is that you really listen to your Mom's. Good on you! I can't imagine that you and Bethany aren't friends, not that either of you seem to have time for a girls night out, but a cup of coffee and a chat I would love to sit in on, LOL> I thought about making that English desert with The Name, but the first ingredient in your recipe made me cringe. Suet??? really?? LOL> Ah, no thanks. Love the show, and wonder how you didn't slap that little fat girl on the back of the head and tell her to stop with the spoiled brat routine, sheesh. Gestational Diabetes is nothing to play around with.
I really like your show my niece who is five months pregnant introduced it to me. Just one question though. My daughter is a partially deaf child. While watching the show with me (our down time) she picked up some words that you had pronouced. She wants to write a paper for school on you but she needed to know whether you was partially deaf like her. I know this is a weird (plus very personnal) question to ask but I love to make her feel comfortable talking to us instead of signing. other then that I'm glad you speak your mind when it comes to your clients. In my line of work I try to do the same thing but people start crying then I give up, lol. Don't give up. Thanks for the show and laughs.
I love this show!!! I'm currently 24 weeks pregnant and it has made me realize how much i have to get ready for. Rosie has whipped me into shape too .
Rosie- keep you head up and keep trying! I am sorry for your recent surgery/loss. You seem so lovely. My thoughts are with you. xoxo
This is for Rosie. I watched the episode that aired 9pm cst on 4/26/11. I have to say that I felt your pain when you discussed your tubal pregnancy. I felt the need to share my experience. I also had a tubal pregnancy,unfortunately,I did not find this out until my tube actually burst. It was the most painful thing I have ever experienced. I was rushed into emergency surgery. I lost my tube. My two children at the time had no idea that I was even pregnant. You can imagine how hard it was to explain. I was informed that I of course had a 50/50 chance of getting pregnant Iagain,and a higher chance that it would end up in my other tube. I now have an adorable 4yr old son. I felt the need to share this as I believe that you still have a chance of having another child! Please don't give up!
I have to say after watching a few episodes I really admire you. You know what you are doing. These parents should thank the Lord they have someone like you in their corner. I wish you and your family a blessing come your way soon.
Tonight your show brought me to TEARS! I am hurting for you over your loss. I am hurting over my own loss because in September I lost my baby. He or she would have been born this month. I was hoping to be pregnant again, maybe that would ease the pain... But I'm not and the pain is still here. I would have been holding my little baby, but instead I'm holding back the tears. God Bless you and I pray that your dream comes true soon.
Love your show, and admire how on the one hand, you manage to be up-front & honest with your clients, sometimes confrontational, & on the other hand, you don't always tell them everything you're thinking (which at the time could be devastating to them). You have a gift!
I hear you want to get pregnant, have your tried acupuncture treaments, My know my chinese doctor has many baby pictures of couples she has helped get pregnant. good luck
I admire and thank you for sharing your experience and struggles with IVF (in addition to waxing knowledge to the expecting NYC women in need), especially now as I just learned my 1st IVF attempt was unsuccessful. This past year has been a fertility roller coaster and, as I'm sure you know, can be so lonely and frustrating. Thank you thank you for being so open and reassuring me (and millions of viewers) that we're not alone.
Wishing you all the best, Kendall (Brooklyn, NY)