'Every day should be special'
Whole-hearted dedication to everything, and everybody, she gets involved with seems to be one of the fonts of vitality that keeps Hathaithep Theerathada energised
There's definitely something infectious about Hathaithep Theerathada. And, no, this had nothing to do with the fact that our meeting took place in a swanky hospital room where Hathaithep, better known as Suzie, was getting over a dose of flu and a sore throat. Even when in poor health, Suzie radiates a timeless beauty, genuine candor, self-confidence and compassion (she seemed more concerned about my ongoing, seasonal cold than her own ailments).
Socialite Hathaithep ‘Suzie’ Theerathada revels in her flamboyance.
"I never miss an appointment. If I'm committed to doing something, I will always follow through," said Suzie, adding, between coughs, that she would be leaving the hospital later that day because she has a photo shoot lined up.
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