Danniella Westbrook gives up boozy partying for 7am yoga | The Sun
DANNIELLA Westbrook has revealed she has turned over a new leaf and swapped partying for early morning yoga workouts.
The ex EastEnders actress, 48, has opened up about her healthy new lifestyle.
The Daily Star Sunday reports that she was skipping the booze at the London Lifestyle Awards on Thursday night.
She told the paper that she was "sticking to water because she likes to do yoga sessions at 7am".
Danniella also added that she does "daily meditation".
The star made an appearance on This Morning last week, her first time on the show since 2016.
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She told show hosts Dermot O'Leary and Alison Hammond she has followed a 12 step recovering programme and found a therapist who has changed her life and helped her address issues in her past.
The mum of two revealed she's now looking forward to what the future holds.
She said: "I'm happy to be alive after everything I put myself through
"I'm looking forwad to being a nanny, I'm just so happy with this chapter that I'm in.
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"And I think I just needed to get there myself, but it was just learning to like me a little bit."
Alison asked her: "And how have you done that?"
"I'm working through lots of stuff still, but putting the drugs down was hard, but keeping the ego down too," she said.
"It's a really hard balance but for me. I found a fantastic therapist, she said you need to deal with this and this and this, and own your crap and I said 'no'.
"She said 'you need to,' and I did a lot of inner child work, spiritual therapy.
"For me at 8 and 9 years old, coming into the studio here, into this building, is hard for me because of growing up here in the industry.
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"But I worked on that stuff and it's behind me.
"I go to loads of meeting, I have a sponsor and the 12 step process. I check in every day."
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