Interview with Angélique Buckton

I see so many beautiful designs, but as soon as I lay my eyes on Angelique Buckton’s turtle design I was smitten. I messaged Angelique straight away to ask if she’d allow me to use it on a new project I had ideal for, supporting the wonderful work WWF does - protecting the World’s natural habitats. I was over the moon when she said Yes! Here’s a bit more about the artist behind the turtle design I fell in love with at first sight.

1. Hi Angelique, thank you so much for talking to me. Firstly, could you tell us a bit more about yourself?

Hi Elizabeth! It's such a privilege, thank you for this opportunity! I’m a born and bred South African, after I got married I moved from Johannesburg to Cape Town where my Hubby and I now live with our 4 children (aged 2-15). I am blessed to have a man that allows me to stay at home and homeschool my kids while I fit in some painting and creativity in between school, laundry and keeping enough food in the house for my teenage sons!

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Elizabeth Rees
Interview with a CoppaFeel Boobette

It’s important to remember that you are not looking and feeling for cancer, you’re checking for any unusual changes. Sometimes changes in our boobs are simply down to the time of the month and changes in hormones, so it's also important get to know your natural rhythm.

When checking (looking and feeling) your boobs, it’s important to remember that our breast tissue isn’t just at our boob. It runs all the way up to our collarbones and also into our armpits.

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