Headline  signs The Girls Bathroom podcast hosts Tuxford and Baylis-Zullo

Headline signs The Girls Bathroom podcast hosts Tuxford and Baylis-Zullo

Headline Publishing Group will publish The Girls Bathroom by Sophia Tuxford and Cinzia Baylis-Zullo, who host the podcast of the same name.

Katie Packer, senior commissioning editor, acquired UK and Commonwealth rights from Isabel Addison at Margravine Management. The Girls Bathroom will be published in July 2022. 

The publisher said: "We all need incredible women in our life to build us up and keep us on track. To give us those tips and tricks we never knew were essential, and to advise us against making the same mistakes and messes again and again. In The Girls Bathroom book, Sophia and Cinzia will lay out their learnings, experience and insight to help empower and encourage you to live and feel better. Whether you need a confidence boost or tips on how to navigate mixed messages and first dates, Sophia and Cinzia are here to help. Alongside great advice, the book will include addictive quizzes and lifestyle ideas."

Tuxford and Baylis-Zullo are lifelong friends from Nottingham. Together they founded their YouTube channel "Sophia and Cinzia" and the retail, podcast and entertainment brand The Girls Bathroom. Acording to the publisher, their podcast regularly reaches the number one spot in the UK iTunes and Spotify podcast chart and has more than 11 million downloads. 

They commented: "We are so happy to be publishing a book with Headline and can’t wait to see it on the shelves and on your coffee tables. The book will be bringing our podcast to paper and will be full of all the advice and support you might need to navigate your teens, twenties and beyond. We hope people enjoy it as much as we’ve enjoyed creating it!"

Packer said: "Sophia and Cinzia are the besties that everyone needs, and this book will be something all women can treasure and come back to when they need a lift. I’m delighted to be publishing The Girls Bathroom at Headline and I’m excited to bring this breath of fresh air to bookshops across the UK."