‘I don’t have a social life,’ says the narrator. Fearne Cotton says that her friendship circle has shrunk to a’minuscule’ size.
FEARNE COTTON has admitted that her circle of friends is “minuscule,” and that she “doesn’t have a social life.”
Fearne Cotton, 39, has admitted that she doesn’t have a “vibrant social life” these days since she keeps her circle of acquaintances small while juggling job and parenting.
The Celebrity Juice actress revealed that she would rather be in bed by 10 p.m. with a “good book” than out late partying like other TV stars.
“I don’t have a dynamic social life nowadays, and that’s totally fine,” the mental health advocate said.
“My circle of friends is quite small. I enjoy meeting people for a walk or a cup of coffee during the day.
“I despise going out late at night. I’m not a big fan of dinner parties.
“I don’t have the desire to go out and be a crazy party animal any longer.
She told Red magazine, “I’m pretty content being in bed at 10 p.m. and reading a nice book.”
Fearne Cotton, who quit BBC Radio 1 in 2015 because it was “ruining” her head, now hosts her own award-winning podcast Happy Place.
She just won the Podcast Champion Award at the British Podcast Awards, which was a major win for her.
Fearne was honored for her efforts to open up the mental health conversation and her work in the wellness podcast industry, and the award is given to a podcast that has championed a cause.
The actress made the statement while holding the prize, admitting that it surprised her, especially as she had not won in any of the other categories for which she was nominated.
“When neither of the two prizes for which @happyplaceofficial was nominated won, I was completely relaxed and just thought to myself, ‘Oh well, maybe next year.’
“I then went to go to the bathroom and my boss Holly informed me I wasn’t permitted, which I thought was a bit harsh,” she continued.
“Little did I realize that I would be honored with this magnificent prize next.
I had no idea I was nominated for the Podcast Champion Award.”
The actress also thanked people she spoke with on her podcast, as well as her fans, in a lengthy message.
“The stories I’ve heard have humbled me, astonished me with the courage displayed by my guests, and I’ve felt so connected to you lot listening,” she said.
Fearne is a devoted mother to her children when she is not working on her show. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”