I was born in high heels and I’ve worn them ever since- Helena Christensen
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This is merely a particularly overt example of hyperbole (rhetorical exaggeration) in expressing partiality to high heels, or perhaps in noting or complaining that her path in life has long forced them upon her. The hyperbole is overt in that no one can be expected to take this literally, especially its first clause. In fact, this Daily Mail piece shows her in photographs wearing flats, and twits her on supposedly needing to wear heels more often.