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60 thoughts on “Contact Me

  1. Anonymous says:

    You seem like a posh rich girl rubbing it in all our faces. You’re very pretty but the princess act only gets you so far

  2. Daisy Freeman says:

    Hi Habiba. You literally have my dream job. What would you say is the highlight of career so far? You must have met big names! 🙂

  3. Francis says:

    Hi Habiba!
    Any advice for revision and exams? Study tips? I’m currently doing my A-Levels and need all the tips I can get!! Xx

  4. Anonymous says:

    You mentioned you used to be emo/goth,’ could you maybe write a blog post about that phase? 🙂

  5. Ayesha says:

    Salaam Habiba.

    I hope you are doing well? I read your post about ramadan and anorexia – will you be fasting this ramadan? Or are you still unwell? If not, Inshallah you get better soon.

    Ayesha. xx

  6. Brianna says:

    You helped me a lot through anorexia recovery. I know you’re still struggling but please hang in there. You’re stronger than you think!!

    PS. I love reading your articles! They really help. You’re so brave. xx

  7. Jack says:

    Hey Habiba! How are you? When did you decide to get into politics? Any advice on a budding political journalist? 😀

  8. Anonymous says:

    Hi Habiba! I really love your style. I see you sometimes in Central London and you’re so gorgeous! Who are your style inspirations in terms of fashion? 🙂 xx

    • Habiba Khanom says:


      Aw thank you! I used to have style inspirations but not anymore. Now I just like to recreate my own style. Avril Lavigne’s pop-punk princess style inspired me a lot though!

  9. Anonymous says:

    How did you get such a cool job at such a young age? Straight away after leaving university! I know loads of graduates who are still looking for a proper job related to their degree but can’t find anything! But you’re literally living the dream..

    • Habiba Khanom says:

      I can say it is luck but it’s not – I worked hard during university and I did a lot of unpaid work experience in the industry, so when I left university, I had a good chance of getting a job I’ve always wanted. 🙂

      The key is to work hard and not give up.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Since you’ve starting working, you’ve become arrogant. Yes you work for the BBC and friends with senior politicians, but you’ve let it get to your head. you’ve changed

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