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Space girl Wendy tries on the latest look in way-out fashion (1968)

1968-05-04 Daily Mirror.jpg

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FORGIVE 20-year-old Wendy Padbury if she has a rather faraway look in her eye.

She is trying to picture herself drifting along in Outer Space, you see. On her way to join Dr. Who.

They are due to meet this afternoon on B B C T V when actress Wendy takes over as the time-travelling doctor's newest companion, a girl astronaut called Zoe.

So, at yesterday's rehearsals, she got used to the kind of gear the well-dressed Space girl is wearing—a pink and white cat suit in stretch jersey. Just the thing for life up there among the asteroids.

What you might call the height of fashion, in fact.

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