Lisa Faulkner has spoken candidly about her struggles amid the new lockdown. The TV star took to Instagram on Tuesday night to share a photo from her bath – but despite her smile in the snapshot, she revealed that she had had an incredibly difficult day.
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Lisa, 48, wrote: "Lost my rag a little (or a lot) today tried to keep so calm and upbeat all day and then I lost it. And then I beat myself up for losing it. And then I remembered we are in a pandemic and we are all going to lose it at times. We wouldn't be human otherwise.
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"So I apologised to my family and sloped off to have a bath. Life is tough at the moment but the lovely thing about being human is that you can take a deep breath and start afresh with a new day or hour or minute.
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"I suppose what I’m trying to say is that it's ok not to be ok all of the time. Oh and a bath solves a lot of things in my book! Sending love to you all x."
Lisa is happily married to Masterchef judge, John Torode
Lisa is currently in lockdown with her husband, Masterchef's John Torode, and her daughter, Billie.
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The presenter adopted Billie with her first husband, Chris Coghill, when the little girl was just 18 months old.
She previously revealed the moment she first fell in love with her daughter. "We were singing Incy Wincy Spider and she wouldn't stop singing it, saying: 'Again, again!'" said the TV presenter and cookery writer.
The star is a proud mum to daughter Billie
"And then she put her dummy on my nose and I remember thinking: 'Here I am. I will be everything you need me to be.' And that was it."
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Of her first few weeks of motherhood, she added: "The first week was: 'Oh, wow.' The second week was: 'Oh my God.' And the third week was: 'Okay, I've got to step up.'"
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