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Woman 17-Aug-2020

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As we all start to find our new normal while teetering on the edge of a potential second wave, we can only do our best to navigate these difficult times. A matter of weeks have passed since we stopped the clap for carers every Thursday and I can’t help feeling it was perhaps a little premature. At a time when we all felt so isolated, banging saucepans and blowing whistles alongside our neighbours (socially distanced, of course) to show our support was the least we could do and I, for one, would happily do it every week forever more. Take a look at pages 12 and 13, where the stars thank our wonderful health service. Thank you, NHS.…

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what a week!

Nigella: ‘I’M UNFIT FOR SOCIETY… I’M FERAL’ Coming out of lockdown and navigating the new normal is tricky for most of us, but celebrity cook Nigella Lawson has revealed she’s always struggled with leaving the house. In her newspaper column she admits lockdown suited her just fine and doesn’t plan to change her ways. ‘For two evenings a week, I will pretend to be a normal person,’ she said. ‘For the other five, I will continue to feed on solitude and silence. After so many weeks alone I’m entirely unfit for society. I have become utterly content with my desocialisation, I’ve become feral.’ Nigella, 60, explains further, ‘It was never a big step for me. And I’ve often found it difficult to leave the house in the first place.’ CELEBRITY PET of the week OVER TO…

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‘meghan could learn a thing or two from sophie’

Sophie, Countess of Wessex, is one of few people who can relate to Meghan, Duchess of Sussex. Both women were successful in their own right before marrying into the Royal Family, yet both have dealt with the lifestyle changes in very different ways. On the surface, Sophie, 55, is an ideal member of the Royal Family. She’s family orientated and hard-working – having even been named ‘royal key worker’ for all her charitable visits during lockdown. With the Duke and Duchess of Sussex having stepped down from royal life, the public are seeing more of the Countess of Wessex than ever as she begins to flourish in the spotlight. And royal expert Duncan Larcombe thinks Meghan could learn from Sophie… OVERCOMING AN INITIAL STRUGGLE Sophie was no stranger to scandal when she tied the knot…

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happy 70th princess anne!

Skiing in style The Princess Royal wrapped up warm in a matching coat and hat when she flew to Liechtenstein with her father, the Duke of Edinburgh, and brother, Prince Charles, for a skiing holiday in 1965. Young and angelic Anne looked a vision when she wore this sparkly, white floor-length gown to the premiere of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang in London. Glam in green The princess knows how to look chic even when she’s not at a formal event. This green tea dress and matching hat, which she wore to a village fete in Wiltshire, proved that! Still got it! At last year’s Royal Ascot, she chose a gorgeous feathered, beige hat for the occasion, showing us she’s not lost her style with age. Check her out! Anne went for a practical-but-fashionable outdoors look for a visit to…

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‘i don’t care what people think!’

During lockdown, like a lot of us, Ulrika Jonsson took solace in the fact that at least the weather was great, and she spent a lot of time in her garden soaking up the rays. The self-confessed sun worshipper was slammed after sharing a selfie showing off her ‘mahogany’ tan – in which she has described herself as ‘spectacularly ungroomed’ – and followers insisted her skin was damaged from the sun, begging her to use UV protection. But Ulrika, 53, has insisted that she refuses to apologise for her love of tanning – admitting that being out in the sun makes her happy. Writing in a column for the Daily Mail, she explained, ‘My tan is a testament to the uncomplicated joy I get from mowing in the blazing sun. It also reflects…

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‘thank you, nhs!’

‘Our children have free medicine’ Former Blue Peter presenter Konnie Huq, 45, has compared the NHS with returning to her parents’ homeland of Bangladesh aged 14, where she saw ‘illness everywhere’ and no free medication. She said, ‘It lets all children, no matter who – and many more besides – have free medicine to make them better if ever they got ill.’ ‘Doctors saved my life’ Comedian Sandi Toksvig, 62, has had two near-death experiences. Her first, contracting tsetse fly fever as a baby in the African bush, led to her temperature soaring. Then, at 21, a scan found an ovarian cyst so large it was later recorded in a medical journal. Sandi said, ‘With all my heart, I thank them again.’ ‘I lay helpless’ A 2012 charity horse-riding challenge left TV host Lorraine Kelly,…