|Posted 02 Dec 2015 Darleen 0 Shouts |
Talking about her new addition to her team, GLAMOUR Editor Jo Elvin commented: "WWFD - or What Would Fearne Do - is a bit of a mantra of mine. She's incredibly talented and successful but also invariably charming, funny and chilled with it. I'm thrilled that she'll be giving GLAMOUR readers her insights on how she does it. Fearne deals with the same issues we all do - like balancing work and home life, or handling stress and criticism. Her advice is all gained from living in the real world with the rest of us!"
Fearne Cotton said of her new gig: "What a thrill it is to have a new GLAMOUR column. My main aim is to each month fill this space with stuff that makes you feel good... I want to share the remedies I have found that make my life work, that make my heart beat a little slower and my mind feel a little less like a Topshop sale on Boxing Day; things that allow my body to relax and truly feel in sync with what's really going on. I hope you will connect with some of these too - and feel a little lighter."
Along with introducing her new column, in the January issue of GLAMOUR, Fearne takes us through the things she's loving, reading and doing, and lets us in on her top tip for turning around a bad day and going to bed happy.
Fearne's first piece will appear in the January which is on sale this Thursday, December 3rd.
|Posted 28 Nov 2015 Darleen 0 Shouts |
The former Radio 1 DJ will again take the reigns at the inspirational event celebrating and recognising the amazing achievements of real-life women and celebrities.
Now in its tenth year, the glitzy ceremony will take place at the plush One Mayfair in London on Wednesday, 2 December, with a star-studded guest list in attendance.
Fearne said: "Every year at the Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women Awards I'm amazed by the incredible women that we pay tribute to and what they have achieved. This year is the tenth anniversary of the awards and we will be celebrating a truly special evening with the ultimate women of 2015. I am very much looking forward to the night and to revealing this year's incredible winners!"
|Posted 09 Nov 2015 Darleen 0 Shouts |
She spent years as one of the coolest people in broadcasting thanks to a prolific morning show on BBC Radio 1, but now Fearne Cotton is turning her attention back to kids' TV.
The presenter, 34, is one of the stars of CBeebies' revamped Teletubbies, set to return to screens this year after 14 years away.
Fearne, who plays a Voice Trumpet - a loud speaker that pops up out of the ground to speak to the main characters - admitted that the reaction to her new venture left some "puzzled", but explained that motherhood was what convinced her to say yes to the offer.
"Some people are massively excited myself included - and think it's the coolest thing that I've done," she said.
"Then some are puzzled, going from doing Radio 1 straight into Teletubbies is quite different ends of the extreme, but for me it's the perfect match where I'm at in life, and being a mum."
She also joked that her stepdaughter has been "freaking out" a little over the prospect of hearing her on the classic.
The DJ explained: "My favourite reaction was my stepdaughter who is just like, 'Why are you doing that?'
"I think when she watches it, she's going to think it is brilliant and love it, and love the cute factor and the whole concept of it. I think she's finding it quite weird that her step-mum is going to be on Teletubbies. It's freaking her out slightly."
Her younger kids, however, might not understand what's going on just yet.
She continued: "I think for my son, who's just over two, and for the new baby watching, I'll have to explain it, and they probably won't believe me for a little while, until they're old enough to go, 'Was that really you doing the Teletubbies?'
"I will really enjoy being part of that, and I think it's a real landmark moment for me. It's really exciting and it is a new chapter for me, work-wise, and a new chapter in my life as well, so it all definitely fits."
|Posted 21 Sep 2015 Darleen 0 Shouts |
Fearne Cotton has spoken out about her natural birth, describing it as the most intense and euphoric experience ever.
The former Radio 1 DJ and her rocker husband, 38, welcomed their second child - daughter Honey Krissy Wood - earlier this month.
Talking about the special moment in a candid Instagram post, Fearne shared a picture of five coloured cards with a series of mantras written on them.
Love my YES MUM cards from @theyesmummum who brilliantly guided me through hypno birthing before my big day," she wrote alongside it.
"Having a natural pain relief free birth was the most intense and euphoric experience ever. My first birth was very different to this and although all we want is our babies to be healthy I think its important to remember how strong us women can be and what our bodies can do. Each birth story is miraculous and amazing however it turns out. I just feel grateful I had a positive experience."
Days after welcoming her daughter, Fearne shared an adorable snap of the tot's hands and thanked her fans for their messages - admitting she's "so full of love".
"I feel so full of love and so so lucky to have little Honey Krissy Wood in my arms. Jesse and are I over the moon and buzzing and Honey's big brothers and sister are in love. Thanks for all your kind messages so far," she wrote.
Meanwhile, Fearne admitted she was "over the moon" when she announced she'd given birth.
She tweeted: "Jesse and I are over the moon and buzzing with love, as our baby daughter Honey Krissy Wood came into the world this morning."
|Posted 09 Sep 2015 Darleen 0 Shouts |
|What a timing. Our site is back and now Fearne gave birth to her second child this morning. It's a girl! Her name is Honey Krissy Wood, which we think is a really great name. We hope Fearne and her little girl are both doing well. Rex is now officially a big brother! That is so cute. We're really proud of Fearne right now and wish her, Jesse, Rex and new-born Honey all the best.|