She’s hoping to adapt some of her recipes for her rice pudding gig. Because I’m a world of contradictions.” Daisy Lowe is the Naughty But Rice Brand Consultant and Ambassador.“My mum wanted me to write a cookbook for people who have the same struggles with food. “Er, if you were a rice pudding, which flavour would you be?
The woman scoffs non-stop throughout our conversation and is a joy to hang out with — all warmth and enthusiasm. Taking 20-40 minutes out a day, you become more conscious of the way you spend your time everywhere else. I can count my closest people on two hands and don’t really let anyone else much further in.” Sunday roasts are a big deal in Lowe’s world — the gang congregates at pubs such as The Stag, near Hampstead Heath, or at Lowe’s flat. "I hope Theresa May can come up with a way to take care of the country. And rice pudding was something I always had with my grandpa when I was little, so it’s a nostalgic thing.” It’s a great plug but Lowe does seems genuine. When he was diagnosed with cancer two years ago, I cancelled all my work and moved in with him.I want to bring my children up in a world where we’re free to travel and work wherever we want, and in a society that takes care of immigrants and refugees. She apologises for taking a call from her grandfather during the interview. We’d sit around eating and I ended up putting on 21lbs.and a couple of shots of tequila.” We’re discussing Millennial virtuousness. “I think there was more of a focus on drink and drugs with previous generations — they didn’t have that self-care element."I look after myself a lot more these days and am having way more fun than I used to.” Lowe’s apparent reluctance to play hard is understandable.