If so she could be just what the big boss wants to see instead of naked girls on page 3 of the Sun.
Rupert Murdoch had a bit of a one-man Twitterfest this morning, starting with this shot out of the blue:
Perhaps the old man thought it was time to gee him up with a gentle hint. Or not so gentle, as he swiftly followed up with this:
Ah...he's wrestling with the Scottish edition's editorial view on the referendum. And there were still some who thought that was the editor's job.
For a naturalised American Australian with Scottish ancestry, roots matter and he soon became quite sentimental:
At this point what I'd love to know, and have failed to find out, is where is Rupert when he's writing all this? If he's still in California after the Apple launch - w ere we saw him looking quite excited - it's midday and his posts can be regarded as "considered". But if he's back in New York, he's tweeting at 3 o'clock in the morning. Are these the ramblings of a man who can't sleep?
By 6 tonight BST (10am California, lunchtime New York) he had switched from writing Morgan off as someone to be ignored to declaring him a "friend and a legend" and was back on the Scottish tack:
So are we to read anything into any of this? The consensus seems to be that he is coming out in favour of Scottish independence. There is no doubt that that is a bigger political issue than the appearance or otherwise of breasts on the first righthand page of a tabloid newspaper.
But not in terms of the Sun.
It may or may not have been the Sun wot won it for the Tories in '92 - a headline Murdoch told Leveson he disliked - but whichever way he jumps is unlikely to have any impact on the referendum result. The people of Scotland will no more be swayed by a foreign media magnate's sentimentality than they will by the Westminster trio on their wayzgoose or by the monarch who has the sense to keep out of it.
On Page 3, however, there may be much more at stake than feminist disdain or bringing a slow-to-catch-on editor to heel.
Roy Greenslade noted in his Guardian blog on Monday that the signs were there that change was afoot. For four days running, he wrote, there were no bare breasts in the paper.
As anyone who might have read the pictures blog on this site, SubScribe is against token pictures of women (or men or horses or even kittens) in any state of dress or undress. I should be glad to see the end of Page 3 in its present incarnation. I'd like to see real news there.
Rupert has no reason to care what I think. He does, however, have reason to reach out - overtly and not covertly - to others in this country with more influence. Like those who may one day determine whether 21st Century Fox should be allowed to take over the bit of BSkyB it doesn't own. Yes, we've been there before and Milly and Nick and Brian and Andy got in the way.
SubScribe is written by an old hack at a laptop who knows nothing, but to her, the story that seems most relevant to today's Twitter musings is this one: