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On family, blogging, and the little things N D A PL EA SA N T IN TE R VI EW : M A R A LR: You can never, ever predict the curve balls it throws you. So just roll with it, and don’t forget to enjoy the moment and soak it up. Don’t just Instagram it. MP: What truth do you know for sure? LR: Family is everything. MP: Tell me about your latest projects.

MARANDA PLEASANT: What makes you come alive or inspires you? Louise Roe: Playing with my nieces and nephew, strolling around the Getty Center on my own, seeing creative new trends on the runway at New York Fashion Week, reading a great biography, watching Audrey Hepburn movies, shooting stories for my new fashion blog. MP: What makes you feel vulnerable? LR: Being away from home and loved ones, being overtired. MP: If you could say something to everyone on the planet, what would it be? LR: “Be kinder. Kindness is underrated!” MP: How do you handle emotional pain?

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LR: I’m a talker. I don’t bottle things up. I always call my mum or a close girlfriend and try to talk things out. MP: How do you keep your center in the middle of chaos? Do you have a daily routine? LR: I need a semblance of routine, so little things, like having my morning cup of English breakfast tea and going to Pilates early before the world gets hectic, keep me calm. And I love old TV shows like The Golden Girls and Magnum, P. I. Don’t ask me why, but they give me that at-home feeling. MP: What’s been one of your biggest lessons so far in life?

LR: I’ve just finished my first book, which will come out in the spring. And I am launching my first-ever fashion blog, Front Roe. It has been a true passion project. I love working on it. MP: Why are these important to you? LR: I get to be creative and to write: two of my favorite things. Louise Roe is a TV host and fashion expert hailing from London, living in L.A. She hosts style-based shows, like MTV’s Plain Jane and NBC’s Fashion Star, and covers the red carpet for Access Hollywood. Louise is also an ambassador for Step Up Women’s Network, helping to advise and motivate high school girls.

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