Nigella Lawson cut a casual figure as she enjoyed a walk in central London with her daughter Cosima Thomasina Diamond on Thursday.
The TV favorite, 63, couldn’t go wrong in a sleek black ensemble comprised of a turtleneck top, flared pants and matching open shawl.
She kept herself comfortable in a pair of white chunky platform sneakers and accessorized with a white shoulder bag, while also carrying her phone in a shoulder holster.
The food critic and writer wore her short brown locks loose in light waves parted down the center, adding a touch of black eyeliner to her features.
The cook seemed relaxed as she walked sweetly on the arm of her daughter Cosima Thomasina.
In style: Nigella Lawson cut a casual figure while enjoying a walk in central London with her daughter Cosima Thomasina Diamond on Thursday
Cosima, 29, looked stylish as she donned a gray T-shirt under a green jacket and a pair of flared pants.
She completed her look with black loafers and carried a gray bag while smoking a cigar while taking a walk with her mother.
Cosima tossed her brown hair back into a low bun and sported silver piercings in her ears for the outing.
It comes after Nigella reveals that she no longer hosts dinner parties, instead preferring guests to come to Twiglets in their pajamas.
Despite being famous for selling millions of books teaching people all over the world how to cook and entertain, the cook recounted how she “got out of the habit” of hosting elaborate soirees and believes much of the preparation is “too much fuss.”
“I’m going to invite a person or a couple of people over quite often and still plan on having people around in a proper, adult way, but haven’t done that yet. I have to! I feel a little guilty because people have invited me to dinner and I haven’t had them again,” she said. The times.
Nigella, who is based in Chelsea, said she recently served the pot-flavoured Twiglets sandwich to American guests because she felt it was her “duty to introduce them” to British snacks.
Lookalikes: The cook seemed relaxed while out and about, sweetly walking arm in arm with her lookalike daughter, Cosima Thomasina.
Change of Plans: It comes after Nigella reveals that she no longer hosts dinner parties, instead preferring guests to come to Twiglets in their pajamas.
“I am very happy that a friend comes to dinner in his pajamas,” he added about his social life.
Despite writing popular cookbooks, Nigella said that peeling and chopping onions is “too much work” and that she now prefers to use scallions because it’s “less of a hassle.”
Even though she is a celebrity chef, she admitted that cooking for strangers makes her nervous, and that on the rare occasions that she has guests over, she serves them food “buffet style.”
It’s not the first time Nigella has shared her love of French fries while was hailed as a ‘hero’ after sharing a photo of the cauldron full of chips she served during England’s thrilling final against Italy in the Euro 2020 final.
Inspiring hundreds of others, many posted snapshots of their own versions, joking that it was their ‘favorite Nigella recipe to date’.
The cauldron contained dozens of salty treats, including Twiglets, ready-to-use Walkers Crisps, Salt and Vinegar Quavers, Wotsits with Cheese, Chicharrones and even Guinness flavored snacks.
Despite having a great influence in the world of food, the star has always claimed that he is “not a chef”.
Hilarious: Nigella Lawson was previously branded a ‘goddess’ and ‘hero’ after sharing a photo of the cauldron full of potato chips she keeps at her home
Her favourite: She has posted multiple times on Twitter about her love for Twiglets.
Speaking to TV Week in 2019, she explained, “Yes, I do write about food and cook it on TV, but I’m a home cook.”
The author continued: ‘I had no idea I would end up being a food writer. I was 38 years old when my first cookbook was published. I am emphatically not a chef!’
While many of her dishes are unusual, she loves comfort food.
In 2010, she revealed her seven favorite comfort foods with her sentimental main course, a favorite school dinner of steamed brownie and custard.
Plain bread and butter, trifle and a fish sandwich were also listed among the London-born TV chef’s favorite treats.