Bbc cherry goes dating
One of my favourite pieces is a blue floral jumpsuit that I’ve worn a thousand times (I once wore it to a wedding at the Palace of Versailles where everyone else was wearing ball gowns – I hadn’t really clocked the dress code!
) and also my favourite silky, dark green wrap dress that is excellent for date night!
But mainly you would find a thousand grey jumpers (I have a problem) and comfortable clothes. When I’m not filming I will wear gym leggings (regardless of if I’m going to the gym!
) and t-shirt and a big jumper or cardigan and Superga trainers.
My boyfriend would be there and he might cook because he’s really good (and then I can chat! He or I would bake a big hearty piece of fish marinated with miso (it’s sweet and delicious and slightly caramelises) with either coconut rice or sweet potato stack (layers of beetroot and mashed sweet potato and avocado – sounds odd but it really works).
For pudding we’d have soft date, madeira and chocolate cake with vanilla ice cream. (I’m really hungry now.) If we rifled through your wardrobe, what favourite items or things of significance would we find?
Last year, the show started on the 5 August, meaning a 19-day delay thanks to the international sporting event which is being aired by the BBC. It pulls in huge, huge viewing figures but the bosses still have to think practically.