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BEATA NICHOLSON L interview Thea Neubauer | photos Rahel Zoller L
Beata Nicholson has the life many women dream about: the Lithuanian TV presenter lives with her husband Tom and her two children Isabella (7) and George (5) in the North of London, travels back and forth between Lithuania and Great Britain and just recently started publishing her own cookery books. But when sisterMAG meets the charming blonde woman, who originally comes from a small town in the centre of Lithuania (Kėdainiai), in a French coffee house on Westbourne Grove, we see that only hard work and a very positive and optimistic attitude have brought Beata to the point where she is now. si st er M AG
Beata, tell us a little more about yourself! What is your life like and who plays a role in your life? I guess I have to start with telling you about my family, because they are very very important to me. I’ve known my husband Tom for 10 years now. As a Lithuanian I came to visit a friend in London, when I met Tom. We just fell in love straight away – we knew we wanted to be together and got married very quickly. But I was working in TV in Lithuania at that time. In the summer I met my husband I was also offered to be a TV presenter for a game show, which coincided really well. I could film my shows and then be away from my work for one or two weeks. That is
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