Here's the formula: become the featured guest on a popular genealogy program and then you can sell the rights to your autobiography for a cool £1 million (roughly $1.8 million U.S. dollars). Patsy Kensit has reportedly started negotiations to sell the rights to her autobiography for £1 million.
The actress attracted the attention of publishers after she appeared on BBC1's genealogy show Who Do You Think You Are? earlier this week. The program, which attracted 6.9 million viewers, investigated the Holby City star's villainous ancestry.
Hey, maybe I'll do the same thing: sell the rights to my autobiography. All I need is a TV appearance.
Speaking about her decision to write the book, Kensit told The Mirror: "I'm 40 now and I think it's a good time to start writing it. "I've done a few things in my life that might be of interest."
Kensit's book reportedly will devote many pages to stories about several of her former lovers, including Liam Gallagher, Jim Kerr and Dan Donavan.
OK, so maybe I can't match that section of her book...