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Health & Fitness Why Nigella Lawson will never complain about getting older

13:15  29 october  2020
13:15  29 october  2020 Source:   redonline.co.uk

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Nigella Lawson is acutely aware of taking nothing for granted - and she's loathe to complain about getting any older . For the December issue of Good Housekeeping, Nigella , spoke to us about her Christmas plans, what she's learned about herself in 2020 and her outlook for the future. “I’m not a

However, Nigella Lawson , who turns 60 today, is determined to embrace it. Others may pretend to be younger, but the TV cook hasn't been able to Miss Lawson – who hosted her first show in 1999 – said: 'I had been brought up, as many women are, to feel getting old was something to be ashamed of.

a person with long hair: In a new interview with Good Housekeeping, Nigella has spoken about losing three people very close to her at a young age © Provided by Red (UK) In a new interview with Good Housekeeping, Nigella has spoken about losing three people very close to her at a young age

Nigella Lawson has shared the very personal reason she never takes life for granted.

In a new interview with Good Housekeeping for their Christmas issue, the former Red cover star and TV chef explained that she doesn't 'dwell' on getting older because three people in her life passed away at a young age.

'I’m not a planner – apart from when it comes to food!,' she said. 'But to be completely honest, I’ve never been able to take for granted that I’d be alive by this age.

'My mother died at 48 and my sister at 32. And then John [Diamond, her late husband] at 47. So, even if I were the sort of person who planned ahead, I don’t think I would have seen myself here… I kind of think you can’t do anything about it [ageing] so why complain?'

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The British author and television star Nigella Lawson just marked the 20th anniversary of her breakout cookbook Asked why she might expect such an entrance, the woman said, “She just seems like the epitome of “I remember complaining in the book that no one ate kale anymore,” Ms. Lawson said.

The TV chef spoke to Good Morning America for the first time since allegations about drug use were made during the fraud trial of her former assistants.

Nigella Lawson holding a sign: Good Housekeeping December issue © Good Housekeeping Good Housekeeping December issue

She went on to say that her mantra is that 'as long as you’re healthy, that really is the most important thing'.

'I also know what the alternative is, so it feels wrong when you’ve been surrounded by people who have died young to say "My hair’s awful, I’ve got to get my roots done" or "My hands look like lizards". So I don’t dwell on it.'

You can read Nigella's full interview in the December issue of Good Housekeeping, on sale now. It is available in all supermarkets and online at MagsDirect.

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Nigella Lawson reveals she never saw herself being 60 years old .
The television chef, 60, said she will never take her age for granted after watching those around her die young; her mother at 48, her sister aged 32 and then her late husband John Diamond at 47. Speaking in Good Housekeeping magazine's December issue, the television chef said: 'I'm not a planner – apart from when it comes to food! But to be completely honest, I've never been able to take for granted that I'd be alive by this age. © Provided by Daily Mail 'I'm not a planner - apart from when it comes to food!': Nigella Lawson has revealed she never saw herself being 60 years old 'My mother died at 48 and my sister at 32.

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