The best hangover cures in the world after million of Brits celebrate lockdown lifting

IT’S the first weekend since pubs were allowed to reopen – and many of us will be waking up with sore heads this morning.

Last night saw five million pints downed in a £1.6billion “Fab Friday” splurge.

And if you now need a pick-me-up, why not try one celeb-style?

From super-hot baths and yoga to a plate of spag bol, Amy Jones and Kate Jackson share some stars’ top hangover cures . . .


THE 48-year-old actress turned lifestyle guru wrote on her Goop website: “Just draw a bath that is as hot as you can handle it and mix in some Epsom salts and baking soda.

“Soak for 20 minutes and then pop into a freezing cold shower for 1 minute.

“Get back in the hot bath . . . then get back in the shower for 1 more minute.”


WHILE yoga pants might be the last thing you want to reach for, the reality star insists a flow or two is the way to recovery.

And if you can’t face a full workout, Khloe, 36, suggests a few minutes in “child’s pose”.

She said: “It is said to stimulate the circulation of lymph, a fluid that helps remove toxins, aka all of that alcohol you drank last night.”


THE 45-year-old Hollywood actress stays true to her British roots by saying a sausage and bacon sandwich “usually does it for me”.

Kate added: “I also have a big glass of orange juice and a sugary cup of tea. The combination perks you up. I usually take that back to bed with me and have a little sleep afterwards.”


THERE is nothing like loading up on Italian carbs for Love Actually’s Hugh, 60.

He said: “After a night out on the town I find a plateful of spaghetti bolognese works wonders for me.”

He is clearly a big fan as actress Sarah Jessica Parker says she meets him for spag bol whenever she is in London.


NEW mum Katy, who had daughter Daisy with fiancé Orlando Bloom in August, says heading to US fast food chain In-N-Out Burger is “the cure”.

The 36-year-old pop star, who admitted she missed drinking while pregnant, added: “Also Sprite, meditation and just sleeping the whole day away.”


PRETTY Woman star Julia, 53, combines a classic hair of the dog with replenishing her body with vitamins.

She said: “The best way to deal with a hangover is by finding a balance between champagne and carrot juice.

“It works for me when I alternate between the two.”


KNOWN for being down to earth, the 48-year-old actress has a hangover cure that is particularly relatable.

There’s Something About Mary star Cameron said: “I have an Egg McMuffin and a beer.

“You need to drink more of the alcohol you’ve killed yourself with – the classic hair of the dog.”


FORMER Big Breakfast host Denise, who finished runner-up on 2012’s Strictly Come Dancing, opts for simple solutions when she has overdone it.

The 46-year-old said: “My quick fix is a banana, a can of Coke and a stroll on our local beach, Camber Sands in East Sussex.”


TOO many dry martinis can leave 007 Daniel shaken but not stirred, but the 53-year-old Bond star said: “You’re best off sweating it out after a heavy night. I find if I really can’t force myself to get my body moving, a stint in the sauna is best.”

He also recommends hydration drink Pedialyte, saying: “It’s the difference between life and death.”


BACK before he adopted a Los Angeles lifestyle, the Duke of Sussex was known as the “party prince”.

And on those long-ago occasions when he had over-indulged, Harry, 36, would reach for his failsafe remedy.

“The perfect hangover cure is a large strawberry milkshake,” he said.


IT might be a winning hangover cure, but it certainly ain’t Posh.

Former England football captain Becks, 45, likes to stave off a headache with an Alka-Seltzer tablet before bed, and then to chow down on a bacon sandwich when he wakes up.

“My grandad told me to do that,” he added.


AFTER a night on the tiles, the last thing you might fancy is something called an oyster.

But top telly chef Nigella, 61, insists it’s the way to go. She said: “My hangover cure is the ‘prairie oyster’, which consists of an egg yolk, Tabasco, Worcestershire Sauce, brandy and vinegar.

“You have to swallow it down in one gulp.”

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