Queensland Opposition Leader slams Premier for wearing designer clothes and claims she will still shop at Target if she wins the election
- Opposition leader Deb Frecklington slammed premier Annastacia Palaszczuk
- Queensland LNP leader has said the premier is more concerned about image
- Queenslanders will go to the voting booths on October 21 next year
Queensland opposition leader Deb Frecklington has sensationally claimed Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk is more preoccupied by her image than running the state.
Ms Frecklington said while the pair may look similar she is more grounded than Ms Palaszczuk.
‘We’re both brunettes, I’m 48 and she’s 50, but we are just such different people,’ Ms Frecklington told The Sunday Mail.
Queensland opposition leader Deb Frecklington (centre) has sensationally claimed Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk is more preoccupied by her image than running the state
‘She has deliberately changed her image – the whole ‘Princess Palaszczuk’ is pretty obvious – but I haven’t changed mine… I have no choice but to remain grounded, because of (husband) Jason and the girls.’
‘I can have a tough day but then I’ll get a call from one of my kids and you’ve got to deal with whatever’s going on in their lives. She, on the other hand, has had a complete makeover – all the makeup, the designer labels, it’s too much, when there are bigger issues to focus on.’
Ms Frecklington claims she shops at Target and Cue and she has no plans to change that if she wins the Queensland election in 2020.
Queenslanders will vote on October 31 with the LNP lead by Ms Frecklington tipped as the favourites.
The government’s backflip over the Adani coal mine and the integrity scandal of deputy premier Jackie Trad are thought to have damage Labor’s standing in the polls.
Going into a campaign focused year Ms Frecklington says she wants to improve the state’s standing in education, unemployment, and hospital waiting lists.
As well as leading the opposition Ms Frecklington will have a busy year with her three daughters Isabella, Lucy, and Elke all studying at university.
Despite this she says she is ready for the ‘big job’ of leading the state while not trying to be something she is not.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk for comment.
Annastacia Palaszczuk is hoping to retain Queensland’s top job in the 2020 state election