I would advise women not to be shy about admitting they've had Botox - it just shows you want to look your best, and there's nothing wrong with that.
In America, there's a programme called 'The Swan.' They take 12 ugly people and call them 'ugly ducklings.' They spend six months and have everything done - plastic surgery, teeth, everything. And then they have this moment where their family is brought in, and they are revealed. It's scary.
I can't remember a time when I didn't love fashion. As a child, I was always particular about what I'd wear. I remember feeling most aggrieved that I had to put on a dull uniform to go to boarding school.
Careers, children and homemaking all come above preserving your appearance. Self-preservation is at the bottom of the scale.
At school, I was only allowed four sweets every Wednesday, so I've developed an addiction.
If you are heading for 60, people will flirt with you; if you are heading for 70, they won't.
I've had these lips all my life, and I love them.
I'm very conscious about putting good food into my body. Years ago, I went to see an amazing healer called Allah, who could read your body. She told me that I can't absorb vitamins very well, and I have to eat the right things to get my vitamins. I've always remembered that.
My first proper job was as a commodities broker. I went off to work every morning in an '80s power suit. I couldn't afford a good one, so I'd buy nice buttons instead and make it look better than it actually was.
Ottolenghi sells lots of delicious sweet things, but my daily addiction is their unbelievable dark chocolate salted caramel biscuits. They're the best things in the world - I go through half a packet every night. I bring them out after pudding at dinner parties.
The first time I was given money to shop for myself, I was 13 and staying with my godmother in New York. I went to Clinique and bought the three-step acne programme and felt so grown-up.
The days of red carpet disasters are kind of over.
A marriage can go wrong at any time.
English women would rather go out and buy a washing machine than shop for clothes.
Every morning, I have a drink of spinach, blueberry, celery, carrot and Gillian McKeith energy food with linseed.
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