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But few would plump for Amanda de Cadenet, best known in the UK at least for fleeing the country more than 20 years ago after making a name for herself as the leading wild child of the day, posing for Playboy and marrying a rock star while five months pregnant.
The post-baby body that got her cruelly renamed “Amanda de Flabbenet” has been whipped back into shape by a combination of yoga and a diet that permits no dairy products, no wheat and no caffeine.
She later explained: “As far as John was concerned, you’ve got Julia Roberts at the grocery shop, nobody cares. Ensconced in Tinseltown, she chased her dream of becoming an actress while Taylor worked on his music but the age gap soon took its toll and the couple separated in 1995 and divorced two years later.
She made a brief return to British TV as co-presenter of the Big Breakfast and enjoyed limited success as a photographer after giving up on hopes of Hollywood stardom.
Jan 13 th #theconversation @theconversation #No Policy #Just Personal #lifetimetv A photo posted by Amanda de cadenet (@amandadecadenet) on A year later she was made co-presenter of The Word, a mould-breaking late-night Channel 4 show fronted by Terry Christian.
Its remit was to entertain the Friday night post-pub crowd and that meant pushing the envelope as they say in TV.
Naturally their tryst was recorded by the paps and she was back in the news again.
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Interestingly, both Ridley and Beckwith went on to turn their lives around too.The result was a saccharine sweet exchange screened last Wednesday between the “incredibly grounded and very humble” presidential candidate and the English presenter who has mastered both therapy-speak and a West Coast twang.“I have wanted to interview her for a very long time – probably like 15 years,” she told the Hollywood Reporter.“She’s such a unique woman and she has a life and a life story that is so unusual. I know about her politics, but I didn’t know about her.”The interview went so well that Clinton’s camp presented her with a throw cushion bearing the words, “A woman’s place is in the White House”. But perhaps we can forgive de Cadenet’s decline into blandness and that condition known as Los Angelitis on the grounds that her teenage years were such a whirlwind of activity that they offered up enough material to fill several volumes of autobiography. A photo posted by Amanda de cadenet (@amandadecadenet) on De Cadenet was still a pupil at Princess Anne’s former boarding school Benenden when she discovered boys – or, more accurately – men.“I went from being able to walk down the street and be ignored to having men whistle at me,” she says.“I was an insecure young girl and it felt good to have attention, even though it was inappropriate.”With her bee-stung lips and mop of blonde hair she cut a striking figure and was still a young teenager when she started dressing to impress.