I am a charity campaigner.
– Heather Mills
To have an opinion about somebody you’ve never met before is pretty superficial.
I never used the press for anything except my charity.
I was quiet for a year but I had 4,000 articles written about me.
There are many other kinds of milk available. Why don’t we try drinking rats’ milk and dogs’ milk?
If I was a gold-digger, I would have a lot of money in my bank account. I’d be worth millions and millions.
I’ve done sport for a long time.
I have a very basic leg. But it has a silicon cover on it. I have a flat foot leg, a high heel leg and then I have a leg which, in the winter, I have to ski in and in the summer I swap it into my roller blades.
Eighty per cent of global warming comes from livestock and deforestation.
I don’t mean to be accident prone, but my excuse is if you really want to get somewhere you have to go full gas.
The police came to me to say I had death threats and that I had to be careful!
Why are we so obsessed with celebrity culture? We have front-page news about divorces instead of front-page news about global warming, about women being abused, about children being abused. We’re going on a downward spiral.
Everyone knows that when you go through a divorce, it’s a really difficult time for both parties and you’ve all – you believe, you both believe, individually, that you’ve put your best into it.
It’s very important with an artificial leg that all high heels are exactly the same height.
It took one human error to take my leg and one human error to take my mother’s.
I was hospitalized five times in 2011 because of my skiing. Fracturing my left shoulder twice, snapping my anterior cruciate ligament once and smashing my scapula into five pieces.
My personal view is that until there is a disincentive to write lies and abusive comments it’s going to continue.
If you wear short skirts you get your femininity back.
I can’t leave England.
I got a fascination with food.
The overcoming of adversity and, ultimately, denying it the rite of passage, has been a constant and perpetual motive throughout my life.
I fell in love for the right reason. I fell in love unconditionally.
Having loved sport my whole life, competing in a Paralympics would be a dream come true.
I love to dance in the disco, but that’s about it.
People love me or hate me and all I think about is the people that I know and suffer with different causes and carry on my charity work and that’s what keeps me alive really.
I told my whole life story in my book.