I got this from today's mirror (yes, I know, that bit's wrong!) Is it me or is it wrong to use your 16 year old daughter to get you a bloke? FERGIE: I GO ON THE PULL WITH BEATRICE Dec 3 2004 'We both need a boyfriend' By Andy Lines THE Duchess of York says she and her 16-year-old daughter Beatrice go out hunting for boyfriends together. She revealed she is desperate to fall in love again - and now has Beatrice to help her find a man. Fergie said: "It's such fun because we go out on the pull together and I say, 'Look, what about him?' and she says, 'Oh, Mum, no!' We're so close - we're mates. We have a real laugh." She added: "We always talk about boyfriends. She longs for me to have one and I long for her to have one. "I've told her she mustn't fret. She mustn't worry if other people have boyfriends - her time will come. "The other day she had a wobbly and said she didn't want to be grown-up, not that day, so she just sat with me and had a hug. "It's OK to be a little girl. I'm 45 and I still feel like a little girl." The duchess is very hopeful she could still find Mr Right - "as long as he laughs and doesn't mind the cameras are on me. "Some spontaneity would be nice, to have someone say, 'Come on, we're off to Paris for the weekend'." In an interview with ES magazine Fergie described for the first time how low she felt following her divorce from Prince Andrew. She said: "I would never commit suicide because I'm far too practical. However I felt really bad. It was as low as I could go." But she added: "We get on so well now. We are different people now. We support each other and if in doubt I will ring him up and say, 'Listen, I can't cope' - we're a family really." But she dismissed as "rubbish" any speculation that they would remarry and said she now felt like a "nomad". She said: "I don't have a home and I don't want one. I like to go where I feel - I have a rented cottage but I've just given that up. It's very brave and it's going to be interesting." She said she is desperate not to make the same mistakes as her mother Susan, who left the family - husband Major Ron Ferguson, 12-year-old Sarah and older sister Jane - in 1971 to set up home in Argentina with polo player Hector Barrantes. It is only now that Fergie realises what a huge hole it left in her life. She said: "Looking at the girls now I realise how much I missed having a mother. "Now is the time in Beatrice's life when she really needs to know that her mother is strong and there."