Nigella Lawson: Cook, Eat, Repeat chef’s postman has ‘never seen her dressed’
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Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson told Graham Norton that she went a “little feral” throughout lockdown, during an appearance on the presenter’s BBC chat show. The food writer, who is currently starring in cookery programme Cook, Eat, Repeat, said that she hadn’t worn shoes since March.
Nigella, who turned 60 at the start of the year, revealed that she rarely gets dressed when at home and had built up a vast collection of onesies and romper suits following years of working from home.
She told the host: “I am always a bit feral,” before adding: “This is only the second time I have worn shoes since March.”
“I got up early and went to bed early. I rather liked it,” the mum-of-two went on to add, talking about her preparations for her appearance on The Graham Norton Show.
Nigella continued: “Actually I’ve worked from home since I was 27, so I’ve not got dressed for decades unless I am working, so I have many all-in-one romper suits!
Following a spot of festive shopping, she added: “I’ve actually just been looking at Christmas pyjamas to wear in the daytime.
“My postman has never seen me dressed!” she remarked.
The popular personality made her comments during a pre-recorded segment which will air tonight.
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She was joined on the famous red sofa by Hollywood stars Hugh Grant, Tina Fey and Amy Adams as well as comedian Romesh Ranganathan and singer/songwriter Dua Lipa.
Hugh, who was on the programme to promote his new series The Undoing, also opened up about contracting coronavirus earlier in the year.
He told the host: “I got it [COVID] and I was very brave and manly about it.
“I got it right back at the beginning – I actually didn’t know what it was.
“It felt like mild flu and then a rather alarming complete loss of smell, which culminated in me sticking my head in dustbins sniffing, thinking, ‘There must be something here’ and spraying myself in the face with my wife’s Chanel No.5 but smelt nothing.”
The Graham Norton Show continues tonight at 10.45pm on BBC One.
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