Like a typical Gemini I'm changeable, I can be two different types of people. I can be very outgoing, but sometimes very shy.
Everybody thinks if you do one thing, you can't do something else. So I like the fact that I can be versatile if I want to.
I used to spend all my school holidays cycling around, so all this training has made me feel like a kid again.
I eat quite healthily normally but, like everyone, have relapses and give in to the odd cake.
In LA, I live on sushi or salad.
I'd got to that age when I was out on a date with a guy and I would be thinking: Don't mention your age, don't mention that you want a child - because they would just run out the door.
I do like my breasts. They're great, so much fun. You can do what you like with them.
I'm not changing to the point where suddenly I wear floor-length skirts and start playing the violin; I'm just growing up a little bit, I guess.
My daughter is my biggest achievement. She is a little star and my life has changed so much for the better since she came along.
After I had the Caesarean, I was told I had really strong stomach muscles and so would heal very quickly. And I did. I was up walking about within three hours. Six days after having her, I was out shopping and shortly after that I made it to David Walliams' wedding.
I did the Kilimanjaro climb a few years ago, then the six-day trek to Machu Picchu in Peru so this bike ride to raise money for Great Ormond Street seemed like the next big challenge.
Essex is an amazing county, with its own set of rules. It's a completely different world.
I did like hanging out with all the rock'n'roll boys - it was fun but all those relationships didn't work out.
At weekends, I've been going on long but steady-paced four-and-a-half-hour bike rides.
I don't know what I would do without my smartphone as I am on the go all day.
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