Ageless Jenny Agutter, 68, dazzles in a new photo shoot in which she reveals her slimming secrets.


Ageless Jenny Agutter, 68, dazzles in a new photo shoot in which she reveals her slimming secrets.

JENNY AGUTTER looked like the pinnacle of glamour for Women and Home magazine, a far cry from her Call The Midwife nun’s garb.

Jenny Agutter, 68, posed for Woman and Home magazine’s January issue and appeared to be ageless. The Call the Midwife actress exuded elegance in neutral tones that complemented the stunning shoot backdrops.

I’m not interested in altering my clothing size.

Jenny Agutter is a writer who lives in New York City

She spoke to the journal about a number of themes, including socially distant midwifery, disappointing her fans, and her slimming secrets.

While fans of the BBC show may be used to seeing her dressed in her nun’s habits from head to toe, she looked stunning with embroidered tops and a feather-draped gown.

Jenny remarked that she often shocks her admirers out and about, despite the fact that she seems right at home on set.

“I think people are dissatisfied if they run into me in the supermarket and I’m dressed like s***!” she joked.

However, the renowned actress has never been concerned with her appearance.

Jenny confessed that while she is aware of her clothes becoming a touch too tight, she is unconcerned about diets.

She insisted, “I do not want to change my clothing size.”

“When things get tight, I merely say, ‘Right, less cheese, less butter and cream, less sugar and sweets, no wine.'”

And I don’t eat nearly as much as I used to!”

She went on to say, ” “Dieters get obsessed with food, and all they can think about is eating.

“I enjoy food, but I don’t overindulge if my clothing get too tight!”

But, while it will be on many people’s thoughts now that Christmas is approaching, the TV personality is focused on more important matters.

As the holiday season approaches, one thing is certain: the Call the Midwife Christmas special will be coming shortly.

Jenny has played Sister Julienne, a beloved character on the show, since 2012.

She is the head of Nonnatus House’s nuns, acting as both a guiding hand and a moral compass for the sisters and young midwives under her care.

Many people will be looking forward to the new series, which will premiere in January.

The BBC show was canceled last year. “Brinkwire News Summary.”


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