Davina McCall, 51, reveals she ‘isn’t worried’ that her ‘boobs and bum are going down’

She’s famed for her frank and honest attitude.  

And Davina McCall spoke candidly about life in her 50s as she discussed her relationship with her body and how she’s adjusted to life as a single mother following her split from husband Matthew Robertson.

Speaking to Good Housekeeping, the 51-year-old TV personality claimed she’s been having a ‘banger’ of a decade and is at ‘peace’ with herself. 

Candid: Speaking to Good Housekeeping, Davina McCall spoke candidly about life in her 50s as she discussed her relationship with her body and how she's adjusted to life as a single mum

Candid: Speaking to Good Housekeeping, Davina McCall spoke candidly about life in her 50s as she discussed her relationship with her body and how she's adjusted to life as a single mum

Candid: Speaking to Good Housekeeping, Davina McCall spoke candidly about life in her 50s as she discussed her relationship with her body and how she’s adjusted to life as a single mum 

She explained: ‘My 50s are a banger of a decade! Every age has a different set of hurdles to get over, but I’ve calmed down a bit and I’m feeling a lot more at peace with myself.’ 

Davina, who as spoken openly about battling with drugs in her late teens, quit drugs at the age of 25, and revealed that the lessons she learnt in rehab are still helping her now with other issues. 

She explained: ‘It’s a kind of self-acceptance, warts and all. We talk about that a lot in recovery. Once you stop trying to be perfect, it’s such a relief.’

Living her best life: The 51-year-old TV personality claimed she's been having a 'banger' of a decade and is at 'peace' with herself

Living her best life: The 51-year-old TV personality claimed she's been having a 'banger' of a decade and is at 'peace' with herself

Living her best life: The 51-year-old TV personality claimed she’s been having a ‘banger’ of a decade and is at ‘peace’ with herself

Discussing body acceptance, the fitness guru, confessed that although she struggled with how her figure has changed with her age, she is now more confident than ever. 

The mother-of-three revealed: ‘I feel better about it now than I ever have. You get to a point where you realise you can’t do anything about it, so why worry? 

‘My boobs are going down, my bum is going down and admittedly, I went through a stage where every time I looked in the mirror I’d think “What would I look like if I had something done?”

‘But I’ve decided that changing and ageing is okay.’ 

Making changes: Davina, who as spoken openly about battling with drugs in her late teens, quit drugs at the age of 25, and revealed that the lessons she learnt in rehab are still helping

Making changes: Davina, who as spoken openly about battling with drugs in her late teens, quit drugs at the age of 25, and revealed that the lessons she learnt in rehab are still helping

Making changes: Davina, who as spoken openly about battling with drugs in her late teens, quit drugs at the age of 25, and revealed that the lessons she learnt in rehab are still helping

Confident: Discussing body acceptance, the fitness guru, confessed that although she struggled with how her figure has changed with her age, she is now more confident than ever

Confident: Discussing body acceptance, the fitness guru, confessed that although she struggled with how her figure has changed with her age, she is now more confident than ever

Confident: Discussing body acceptance, the fitness guru, confessed that although she struggled with how her figure has changed with her age, she is now more confident than ever

Davina has had a whirlwind few years, and in 2018 she divorced her husband Matthew Robertson after 17 years of marriage. 

The couple co-parent their three children, Holly, 17, Tilly, 15, and Chester, 12, and Davina praised her ex for being a ‘hands on’ father. 

Out now: Read the full Davina McCall interview in the August 2019 issue of Good Housekeeping

Out now: Read the full Davina McCall interview in the August 2019 issue of Good Housekeeping

Out now: Read the full Davina McCall interview in the August 2019 issue of Good Housekeeping

She revealed: ‘Matthew is quite hands on, so I have support from him. We share the school runs in the morning, which is really nice. 

‘I won’t deny it feels quite full on when I’m on my own though. Now that Tilly’s nearly 16, I can go out and leave her and Chester at home for the evening, which has made quite a difference. I’m finding my new normal.’

Davina, who is now dating her hairdresser pal Michael Douglas, 45, announced her split from Matthew in November last year.

In a statement she told MailOnline: ‘I am very sad to say that Matthew and I have separated.

‘Our amazing children are our number one priority, above everything else so therefore we ask for as much space and respect from the media as possible while our family goes through this difficult time.’ 

Davina is now focusing on her health and fitness and has now launched an online platform, Own your Goals, alongside her extensive range of DVDs and books.

Read the full Davina McCall interview in the August 2019 issue of Good Housekeeping, on sale from July 3. Also available as a digital edition.

Happier times: Davina and Matthew Robertson divorced in 2018 after 17 years of marriage. The couple have three children, Holly, 17, Tilly, 15, and Chester, 12 (pictured in 2011)

Happier times: Davina and Matthew Robertson divorced in 2018 after 17 years of marriage. The couple have three children, Holly, 17, Tilly, 15, and Chester, 12 (pictured in 2011)

Happier times: Davina and Matthew Robertson divorced in 2018 after 17 years of marriage. The couple have three children, Holly, 17, Tilly, 15, and Chester, 12 (pictured in 2011) 

 

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