Just Ju­lianne

The Mail on Sunday - You - - COVER STORY -

Your morn­ing rou­tine? I have a pot of cof­fee and some fruit or a green juice and yo­ghurt. And I make eggs, pan­cakes, fruit, ce­real – what­ever my daugh­ter wants. She eats and we ex­change a few words. She’d rather have that with me in the morn­ing than with my hus­band, who’s a lot more vol­u­ble and en­ter­tain­ing. She might like him in the af­ter­noon. Ear­li­est mem­ory Be­ing in Panama [where her fa­ther was sta­tioned] aged two-and-a-half and be­ing told I had to take a nap. In­stead, I walked out of the house with­out my shoes on. My mother al­ways told us to put our shoes on. I got some­thing stuck in my foot and I re­alised my mother was right. On your bed­side ta­ble A Po­laroid that my hus­band and I took of our­selves when we were first dat­ing. And books. Ad­vice to your teenage self? Re­lax a lit­tle. Your motto Try to be who you are – be present. Per­fect day Yes­ter­day I went to yoga, made my daugh­ter break­fast, talked to my son on the phone and hung out with my hus­band. Hon­estly, that was a great day!

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