As well as running, hot yoga (bikram) and swimming, I practise mindfulness and meditation.
I use an app, Quility, designed for parents, which helps me ground myself, feel calm, and take stock. It's not selfish to look after yourself." Be true to yourself and don't feel you have to live up to an image "I've always tried to stay true to myself - and the qualities I value, and hope I demonstrate, are being loyal and honest.
It meant I had to have my two boys by caesarian instead of natural births.
I see a specialist once a year for a check-up and so far my heart hasn't deteriorated which is brilliant.
Alexandra Shulman has been editor of British Vogue for 25 years but says she never felt as much the part as her US counterpart.
Yesterday a new double-decker bus ad was spied on the streets of London, from new dating app The League, with a 10ft-high picture of Clooney and one of The Only Way is Essex’s Amy Childs, the beautician who brought the vajazzle to the masses. We’re not saying Tinder doesn’t have its uses but why not spend your time a little more… ” But using someone’s image usually requires permission. The Londoner was awaiting a response from her people this morning and Childs’s team have also yet to respond.
The slogan reads “For those seeking drive, not just double Ds”, with arrows pointing to Clooney and Childs. The League said it was “unable to comment” on the issue of permissions but that the intent was to be “a lighthearted jab at society’s obsession with dating based on looks and fame as opposed to ambition and intelligence”.
“Amal Clooney fights for the rights of women,” Twitter user Sophie Marissa wrote online yesterday. “Ban all foreign food and encourage children to eat only traditional British food such as kebabs, curry and pizza,” proffered Desktop Gamer.
Other proposals included “no hijabs for jam jars” and “German shepherds to start paying tax”.