"My earliest memory is of being in my buggy and
saying 'hello' to people on the other side of the road as I
was being pushed down the street. One of my first words was
'actually' and everyone really laughed at me when I said it.
and my nickname when I was very young was Cacitas, which means
'little poos' in spanish, because i was always on the toilet'
" I was friends with loads of kids in the
street. I often played with a little spanish boy up the road
called Robert. We used to satre at page 3 together and giggle.
I played knock down Ginger with the street kids and i was in a
gang with my brother and my friends, called the Daredevil
Gang. We used to climb on the neighbours roofs and then jum
off them. One day I saw one of my neighbours naked while I was
standing on his coal bunker. I often sat on the doorstep
outside my house and wrote poems. I was very good at rhyming.
In school , we all had to write our own little store and I
created a character MB out of two letters and a smile. After
that, I began to see the letters everywhere and MB became a
kind of imaginary friend. It's funny to think that his
initials were the same as Melanie Brown's"
"Because my mother was a Jehovah's witness when
i was younger and we didn't celebrate Christmas. It felt a
little weird at schools becasue everyone else was celebrating
Christmas and we weren't. I never believed in Father Christmas
from the start because no-one really told me about him"
"When the Spice Girls first started out. I
didn't really say much about it to my friends and family.
They'd been through my past plans and schemes with me and I
just thought it would be better to see where it went, although
I moved straight down to Maidenhead and though myslef into