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Nigella Lawson accentuates her svelte figure in skinny jeans

Nigella Lawson accentuates her svelte figure in skinny jeans

She's always been a head turner. And Nigella proved that less is more as she stepped out in a casual yet chic ensemble for lunch in Los Angeles on Friday.

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The New Posh takes charge

Was it really just over 10 years ago that membership of the upper classes was politically toxic, that Tony Blair was studiously cultivating his glottal stops, and that Boris Johnson was allegedly asked to step down from a Radio 4 programme because his accent was "too posh"?

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Check out the latest fashion, beauty, food news and celebrity interviews from Mail on Sunday's You Magazine

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Nigella Lawson, 58, shows off sensational slim figure in Canada

The celebrity chef, 58, looked astonishing when she made a classy arrival at the CBC Building in Toronto, Canada on Tuesday.

SLUT'S SPAGHETTI - an easy, tasty recipe by Nigella Lawson to pair with the fresh pasta made in your Philips Viva Pasta Machine. Spaghetti Recipes, Pasta Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Pasta Puttanesca, Pasta Noodles, Tetrazzini, Fettuccine Alfredo, Pasta Dishes, Tasty

Slut's Spaghetti

Well, how could I resist this translation of pasta alla puttanesca, whore's pasta as it usually is described in English? The general consensus seems to be that this is the sort of dish cooked by slatterns who don't go to market to get their ingredients fresh, but are happy to use stuff out of jars and tins. I hold my hands up to that. Or maybe one should just attribute the name gamely to the fiery tang and robust saltiness of the dish? Please fire up the sauce if you want, but do know that…