On the cover JUNE SARPONG pho­tographed by STEVE SCHOFIELD.

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ON YOUR BED­SIDE TA­BLE A book I rec­om­mend to ev­ery­body, Writ­ten by Florence Scovel Shinn in the 1920s, it’s all positive af­fir­ma­tions and spir­i­tu­al­ity. And a Bi­ble, can­dle and flow­ers. WHAT DID YOU LAST PHO­TO­GRAPH? Somer­ley House [on the Hamp­shire/Dorset bor­der]. I stayed there last week­end. It’s a beau­ti­ful English coun­try house. I took a pic­ture of the gar­dens. DE­SCRIBE YOUR­SELF IN THREE WORDS Fun, opin­ion­ated, calm. CELEBRITY CRUSH We have a run­ning thing on Twit­ter called Hot­ties in Heaven, so Paul New­man and Bob Mar­ley in heaven. Ge­orge Clooney on earth. He’s got brains and looks. WHAT KEEPS YOU AWAKE? Net­flix. IDEAL DINNER GUESTS I’d bring to­gether peo­ple from dif­fer­ent walks of life, so one of the Gren­fell sur­vivors, a cool pop star like Cold­play’s Chris Martin who has a big heart, Barack and Michelle Obama and Prince Harry. MOTTO Do unto oth­ers as you would have them do to you. LISTENING TO Jay Z’s new al­bum but I’ve got ev­ery­thing on my iPod. FAVOURITE ACCESSORY Gold hoop earrings, al­ways. FAVOURITE FILM Ev­ery­body should watch that film. MOST OVERUSED WORD Ma­jor. I’m sure it drives peo­ple mad.

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