So long as you've got your friends about you, and a good positive attitude, you don't really have to care what everyone else thinks.
I'm always weeping at something or other.
I want to break down some of the stigma associated with mental illness.
The greatest thing you can give a child is confidence.
Exercise keeps me occupied, which is good for my mental health.
You can go to the doctor a million times if you're feeling down, and get nowhere, but if you go for a run it makes you feel really good.
Mum's a worrier, she looked after everybody apart from herself - I think it runs in the family.
I've always had an addictive nature.
People say, what is she thinking? I'm thinking: fun; cash; travel.
When you have children, that's your main focus.
TV presenting isn't the hardest job in the world, and I've done all right financially out of it.
My mum brought me up to think that personal happiness is more important than your family.
I know a lot of celebrity types go for Kabbalah and Scientology. But why pay 10 per cent of your earnings to someone when it's all common sense: treat others as you'd like to be treated yourself.
My mother and I were very close and even when I left home and came to London I would ring her every day. She was very proud of me and loved my celebrity. She would often come to shoots and TV shows with me.
I didn't have any problem bonding with Honey, but I was plagued with insecurities about my ability to bring up my baby.
I used to be pretty reckless. When I was a runner for a production company, I drove a massive 16 seater van. I was only 18. I mean I look young now, but then I looked about 12.
I don't believe in God.
I'm a mum, so my wardrobe consists of sweaters and jeans. As long as I don't leave the house forgetting my jeans, I count that as a fashion success.
The worst thing baldness causes is loneliness.
Usually I trundle about in trainers and baggy jeans, looking about as attractive as a potato.
I'm so bored of all these girls who have written about 20 books by the time they're 25.
I read in the paper that I'd slashed my wrists. But I didn't.
I try to cope with everything through humor.
When I was bald, I went through a period where I seemed to do nothing except TV programmes about being bald.
But I love New York. I used to set my alarm clock when I was there, and get up at 4am and get a coffee, just because I could.
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