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I love classical music concerts and play the cello. During my gap year before Oxford University, I taught cello at a girls school in Sydney, Australia. I also enjoy walking around antique book shops looking for unusual first editions.
My daughter is an early riser. On a perfect day, we have breakfast, I go off and do yoga and then go to a cafe for brunch. Because most of my friends have kids, they often bring them over and they'll play in the garden or make cakes. Later, I might meet some friends for early evening drinks at a nice little pub with a garden.
When I want to escape, I turn off my phone and take to my bed with a couple of expensive holiday brochures and involve myself in images of luxury villas in Italy, spa holidays in Thailand or deluxe safaris in South Africa. Afterwards I feel transformed, as calm and restored as if I have actually travelled somewhere.
Being a writer, I have the luxury of time to go to the gym, swim and have a sauna, which is gorgeous. I'm a bookaholic and reading is one of my favourite forms of switching off.
If I am at home in London, I love to go to Hyde Park for a picnic, and then spend some time walking around the Serpentine Gallery. But I also spend five months a year in Delhi, where all my designs are embroidered and made, so when I'm in India I go and spend time in one of their fabulous spas.
What I really, really like doing is hanging out in bookshops. Other options are going to the gym or the spa for a facial. But the most pleasant for me is when I sit down and text my huge network of friends.