Click here to listen to the Sadie Frost episode of Beauty Full Lives.
Between straddling the roles of producer, mother, and designer of FROST yoga wear, it’s little wonder that Sadie Frost has had to make an effort to prioritise creative and family time and therefore has a very streamlined and efficient routine.
In today’s episode, Sadie and I discuss that routine, along with how she balanced having a career with motherhood (‘I’d get myself to a situation where things would be going really well and then I’d get pregnant again. But I’ve always been driven and I’ve never wanted to give up’), the challenges surrounding divorcing when you have children (‘I think it’s just better to be friends with your ex and to be loving and wish them well even when you’re going through difficult times’), and letting the wrong people in (‘I trusted people who were actually quite jealous and just wanted what I had so they screwed me over, and that hurt’).
We also discuss amongst other things her postnatal depression, how subsequent weight fluctuations affected her approach to food, and how her height was a double-edged sword.
Products, and places, mentioned:
– Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturiser
– Lucas Paw Paw
– Benefit Gimme Brow
– Chanel Vitalumiere Foundation
– Chanel No 5
– Guerlain l’Heure Bleue
– Everyman Belsize Park and Hampstead
– Limonia Restaurant
Beauty Full Lives is hosted by Madeleine Spencer, produced by Charlie Jones, and with artwork by Sung Lee.