GET­TING IT RIGHT

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◆ My idea of a per­fect day off is to cook and eat with my husband [David Galetti, a som­me­lier] and daugh­ter [Anais, aged 10]. Af­ter a run I’d have break­fast with my daugh­ter, we’ll have lunch as a fam­ily, cook din­ner to­gether, my husband would serve me a glass of lovely wine and I’ll end up on the sofa with my daugh­ter in our py­ja­mas watch­ing a movie. ◆ I have to keep my en­ergy lev­els up, be­cause I run a res­tau­rant along­side MasterChef. I eat re­ally healthily and I drink a lot of green tea. I drank cof­fee in­tra­venously when I was open­ing the res­tau­rant but I was bounc­ing off the walls and had to go back to green tea. ◆ It’s very dif­fi­cult to jug­gle my ca­reer and be­ing a mother, but I’ve fi­nally given into a nanny, be­cause that’s the only way we could make it work. I don’t have a lot of time to spend with my daugh­ter at the mo­ment, but she knows that when she has my time, it’s fo­cused only on her.

Mon­ica and Anais

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