Also known as - Sally Peters, Bridget Kildare
Bridie was a country girl who, like many others before her, journeyed to London to try and find fame and fortune as a fashion model. And, like many others before her, learned that such a dream didn’t come true for everybody. So she went back to the country and resumed her life as a secretary and her rural pastimes of tennis and horse riding.
Bridie was one of Ken Howard's girls, a professional model rather than a reader’s wife or girlfriend. As such, she modelled for him in various magazines, including full-frontal nude stuff for Health and Efficiency.
Many ToCo models sometimes dug out their old school uniform for a photo series – and I have always thought Bridie should have been one of them − she has that ingenue air about her, and would not look like mutton dressed as lamb. She can be tricky to identify – not just because of the names she used, but because, although she was a brunette, she is also seen (as Bridget Kildare at least) wearing a long blonde wig. But there is one pointer. In many of her shoots, she wore the same pair of lacy knickers; even in the set of her in tights instead of stockings – though, as most girls did in those days, she wore her knickers over the tights.
She was later married and became a housewife and mum, still doing a bit of modling on the side we are told.
Personal Details - 35-23-36
Appearances - 12, debut Span 206 (October 1971)
Spick - 217(bc), 228,
Span - 206, 214, 218, 224
Beautiful Britons - 217, 252,
Spick & Span Extra - 41, 42, 45, 46