Liz Hurley has revealed that she will no longer be touching street food after an allergic reaction to a kebab in Pakistan that resulted in an IV.
The actress, 55, shared how she visited the South Asian country to help Prime Minister Imran Khan raise money for a hospital, but was left ‘projectile-vomiting’ after persuading her to try a kebab.
She explained The old man magazine: ‘I can’t eat street food anywhere. My stomach is very fragile.
Confession: Liz Hurley, 55, has revealed she won’t be touching street food after eating a kebab in Pakistan, which left her on IV
‘Last time I was in Pakistan with Imran Khan to raise money for his hospital. He persuaded me to eat some kebab and I ended up on an IV, ”she added.
Liz added that she would like to follow a simple diet of bananas and Ryvita.
However, her son Damien Hurley, 19, had concluded with her son Damien Hurley, 19, which meant she had to up her game and “ feed everyone well. ”
Liz has spent the coronavirus lockdowns with her son, mom Angela, 80, and older sister Kate, in their lavish £ 6million mansion, previously comparing the experience to an episode of The Waltons.
The actress spent 16 weeks at the Herefordshire estate in a group of nine, including her older sister Kate, son Damian, mother Angela and vulnerable friends.
Bad: The actress shared how she visited the country to help Prime Minister Imran Khan raise money for a hospital, but was left ‘projectile-vomiting’ after persuading her to try a kebab
When Liz appeared in Lorraine in October, she said to replacement Christine Lampard at the time, ‘It was just like The Waltons! We had nine, but I was the only one who left in 16 weeks to do a brief robbery in the stores. ‘
The beloved family drama The Waltons ran from 1971 to 1981 (with three subsequent film spin-offs) and revolved around the life of the close-knit clan on a mountain in Virginia during the Depression and World War II.
The show was such an example to American family life at the time, that President George Bush even said in a speech in 1992 that he wanted families in the United States to be “more like the Waltons and less like the Simpsons.”
Elizabeth revealed that her household went back to basics before lockdown, as did The Waltons, explaining, ‘We all stayed safe and then we just had to keep going, find a way to make it work.
‘There was manual labor, no TV was allowed until 6 p.m. We were all outside – we had beautiful weather in the UK – sweeping, cutting, attacking things with a chainsaw, making the outside beautiful, growing vegetables …
‘We have all become healthier. We ate quite a bit, but there was also manual labor! ‘
Liz added, “We were very nervous about health, there were older women and a friend with low immunity who needed to be kept safe. We were just nervous and scared. ‘
Despite spending four months at home, the group had plenty of room as they locked themselves in Liz’s 13-bed mansion that she bought with her ex Shane Warne in 2012.
The sprawling Georgian estate, now Elizabeth’s primary residence, also features five bathrooms and a private lake.
Sweet: Liz added that she would love to be on a simple diet, but staying locked up with her son Damien Hurley, 19 (pictured), had meant she had to up her game
During the lockdown, Liz said she felt “ incredibly lucky ” to be in her mansion with her family during the time of social detachment.
She wrote in an Instagram post: ‘In these scary times I feel incredibly lucky to live in the countryside and have a lot of outdoor space.
In addition to my son, seven other people live with me, including my 79-year-old mother and her sister – also in her late 70s – and one of my best friends who is in the highest risk group with severe respiratory problems.
‘Keeping everyone as safe (and fed) as possible is a full-time job.
‘We all have the greatest admiration for our wonderful NHS staff and do everything we can not to increase their burden.’
Family: The actress spent 16 weeks at the Herefordshire estate in a group of nine, including her older sister Kate, son Damian, mother Angela (pictured)