‘Some­times I’m work­ing un­til 4am’

Closer (UK) - - Celeb Guest -

LIFE IS HEC­TIC AT THE MO­MENT, so I’ll get up at 7am, or some­times ear­lier if I’ve got my son Ed­die, three [with ex-wife Jes­sica Rose Moor], with me. We’ll eat break­fast to­gether – I’ll have crushed av­o­cado on toast with chilli flakes and I’ll make scram­bled eggs for my older kids – Char­lie, 23, Tues­day, 22, and TJ, 20 – if they’re stay­ing with me. I’LL THEN DROP ED­DIE OFF with his mum and head to the re­hearsal rooms to prac­tise songs from my al­bum with my live band. It feels so good to be play­ing mu­sic again and to have ac­tu­ally re­leased an al­bum – I still can’t be­lieve I’ve done it. FOR LUNCH, I LOVE A HOME­MADE VEG­E­TAR­IAN CURRY that I’ll have cooked be­fore and taken with me, or I’ll grab a veg­gie meal on the go. With the launch of my al­bum, my tour, plans for DIY SOS, and the film I’m writ­ing, my af­ter­noons are full up with meet­ings and in­ter­views. But I al­ways make sure I spend time with my kids ev­ery day, even if it’s just half an hour in be­tween plans. FOR DIN­NER, I LOVE GO­ING TO THE RE­TREAT KITCHEN in Rich­mond, which is a ve­gan res­tau­rant I co-own. They do re­ally hearty meals – you don’t have to eat like a rab­bit to be a ve­gan or veg­e­tar­ian. I love it. I WATCH AN EPISODE OF A PE­RIOD DRAMA BE­FORE BED – Jenna Cole­man was great in Vic­to­ria. I’m usu­ally in bed by 11pm, but I’m a worka­holic and some­times I’m up un­til four writ­ing or planning. Nick Knowles' de­but al­bum Ev­ery Kind Of Peo­ple is out now

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