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This week, we find out what life is like as a comedian and co-host of I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here! Julia Morris when she’s not filming.
Julia Morris leads two very different lives.
When she films I’m a celebrity … Get me out of here! the comedian is in work mode, co-hosting alongside Dr Chris Brown and working up to 17 hours a day. But when she’s home, like right now, she’s a mom – making breakfast, doing the housework, and raising her two teenage daughters, Ruby and Sophie.
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Since returning from filming next season of the reality show in Murwillumbah, NSW (they pre-recorded it due to concerns about COVID), Morris has returned to yet another Melbourne lockdown. Her usual morning begins early with a walk.
“I’m up, having a latte and walking at 7:30 am most of the time for an hour before it’s time to turn on my ‘Mum-cha’ cart and start the breakfast service. lunch, ”Morris said. Mama mia.
“Toast? Cereals ? Porridge ? Smoothie? The ladies eventually decide on something different each and then … homeschooling begins. “
While Morris is preparing breakfast for Ruby and Sophie, actress and ambassador Nescafé doesn’t have her first meal until noon.
“Breakfast isn’t really for me as I fast until lunchtime. I can afford a little two-minute break to recharge myself with a second cup of NESCAFE Café Creations Cappuccino before the start of the school year, ”she said.
“Then it’s time to give Mom a quick boost, tidy up and do a few loads of laundry. [Before I] clean up breakfast and get the Mum-cha cart ready for a mid-morning school snack. “
When it’s all done, Morris finds himself stuck in a spring cleaning.
“I used the lockdown time to do a big closet cull,” she said.
“Over the years we’ve lived in Los Angeles, London, Melbourne, Sydney, and Avoca. So naturally you put a lot of stuff together along the way, so my garage is like a sea of charity sacks.”