Her mother, interior designer Kelly Hoppen (actress Sienna Miller is her stepsister) was always a ‘’health freak’’, she says, and the fridge at home was full of ‘dairy-free milk and similar products.’ From her father Graham Corrett, a restaurateur, owner of fashionable Le Boudin Blanc in Mayfair, Natasha developed a fondness for good food, learning to cook at his restaurant during her school summerholidays.Like many of us, she admits she has always been torn between knowing what is ‘’good for you’’ and not wanting to deny herself a dish she enjoyed. ” ‘ ’Five years ago,’’ she explains, ‘’I was always on the go, making and delivering fresh food for my company Fridge Fill, working hard but not making a living, and feeling tired all the time.’’ In addition, Natasha admits that being dissatisfied with her weight and years of yo yo dieting meant she was on the verge of an eating disorder.Now 31, Natasha is in radiant health and her series of best selling Honestly Healthy cook books, based on the principles of alkaline eating, have a big celebrity following – one fan is Victoria Beckham.The latest book, Honestly Healthy Cleanse, is launched this week and contains 100 meticulously tested new recipes that combine her alkaline diet principles with four “cleansing plans” to kick start a new eating regime.
Noosa Waterfront Restaurant had sought a temporary permit extension through to November so it could secure the bulk of 43 wedding bookings after it was discovered its liquor licence did not extend to a 16m by 6m strip of waterfront parkland.
“We usually have champagne or cocktails first and then eat at Coya on Piccadilly.
Sometimes we finish the evening off at Shoreditch House or dancing at Cirque le Soir in Soho.“I try to get up early on Saturday.
A devastated Ms Ravezzani said the halfway measure did not cover her prime wedding season.
"We're about to lose about a ,000 wedding ..the other weddings are still to be advised," she said.