I have to admit, I go through phases of being good and bad. When I'm being good, I go to the gym three to four times a week. I do much better in a class with other people. I like aerobics and circuit training.
I always play girls who are quite traumatised, or a plain girl, but I'm happy with that.
The most I've spent on shoes were a pair from Kurt Geiger for £250.
When something is dramatized, it provokes a much more emotive response than just hearing a story on the news.
Fashion does seem to have a '20s comeback every few seasons, and I completely see why. It's a very feminine look: the fabrics and the shapes are very pretty and distinctive.
As I get older, my skin shows more of how I am feeling, like a mirror. If I am stressed, or not getting enough sleep, I see it in my face right away.
People recognise me when I'm holiday on the beach.
The fragrance that suits me best is Romance by Ralph Lauren. It seems to blend into my chemistry, so it is nice and subtle. I don't like to be doused in scent. This one is feminine, fresh and a bit musky.
I like 'X Factor' as much as the next person, but I do get overwhelmed with the amount of reality TV. It's such cheap programming and such a load of rubbish, most of it.
A lot of period pieces we see are adaptations of novels - we always know the story.
I grew up on a farm - it was a lovely life; we'd make tree houses all day - and my parents worked from home.
I love heels! I especially like heels by Nicholas Kirkwood, Jimmy Choo and Moschino.
I think I can be relatively attractive when I dress up, but I'm not Julia Roberts or Catherine Zeta Jones.
I was neurotic and weird from an early age.
I'm happy with the way I look but I'm not Hollywood beautiful.
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