‘Then it just all disappeared about four years ago.
She also got her teeth stuck into her new TV series Undercover Mums, in which parents leave their lazy, troublesome teens home alone in a last-ditch attempt to drag them kicking and screaming into adulthood.
The teenagers think they’re being filmed for a documentary on family life and that mum and dad have gone on holiday, but their parents are secretly watching their every move.
My tummy’s flatter than it’s been in years but it’s always going to be a bit wobbly.’ She did a double take on the morning after their wedding though when Chris posted a snap on Twitter of her in her lingerie. Dawn might once have been mortified by it, but instead she was chuffed, admitting, ‘That’s the best I will ever look.’Going through her career crisis also helped shape her positive attitude.
‘There are times for restraint and there are times to boast about your sexy new wife! ‘Now I look back on it, it’s such a cliché, but I’m really glad it happened because I’m working harder than ever.
‘So I did sneak out of the bedroom window and go to parties. I loved going out and kissing boys – that was just the best thing in the world.’ Dawn says she and Chris still feel like teenagers at heart.
‘I like being fun and Chris is probably a lot more like me than he would care to admit.Jon Sopel, reporting from Washington for the BBC, now sports an identical pair. “Since I put my glasses on I have been called Joe 90, preppy, a slimmed-down Martin Sorrell and a Sesame Street character,” he says, dolefully.“Sexy is one word that seems to be strangely absent from the assessment of my new eye-wear….” Guilty pleasures Condé Nast Traveller asks Andrew Marr if he has “a guilty pleasure.” He says he likes to “slope off” to bars.On a recent visit to one, he was pictured putting a hand down a woman’s jeans. Dawn O'Porter presents the definitive guide to online dating, the biggest phenomenon in our collective love lives since the contraceptive pill.In the programme I don’t side with parents or teenagers, although there’s still a part of me that’s always going to be on the teenagers’ side because I don’t have children.’So will that change in the near future?