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“Everything catches up with you in the end Clockwise”

Model and presenter Lisa Snowdon, 45, has been working for an impressive quarter of a century. She talks about what time has taught her about looking after her body
Photographs Theo Cohen,

What does Lisa Snowdon mean to you? She might have been the voice on your car radio on your morning commute, or your favourite contestant on the sixth series of Strictly Come Dancing. She was the red bikini-clad woman from the Special K advert, the one-time face of Gucci and – as millennials will remember her – the supermodel judge on Britain’s Next Top Model. For some, as she has previously bemoaned, Lisa ‘will always be famous for being George Clooney’s ex’, having dated the actor on and off between 2000 and 2005. But she doesn’t need to worry. Because, judging by this list of accomplishments alone, Lisa has more than enough reasons to justify her continued presence in the public eye.

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Prolong that summer health kick with our brand new #feelgood365 issue. Inside, we expose the health mistakes that even the experts make, and round up 7 simple tips to help you sleep better. You can also find a whole 25 brilliant veggie recipes – from plant based protein bowls to sharing supper. Plus! We ask: what's the real truth about dairy? Find out more in the brand new issue of Healthy.