Julia Bradbury regrets opening up about her unusual hobby
The former Countryfile host admitted that pole dancing has helped her get back in shape following the birth of her twin girls, and had even had a pole installed in her home.
Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, the 46-year-old has admitted her regrets about the remark while also throwing her support behind National Camping and Caravanning Week.
When asked about her hobby, Julia commented: “I do regret revealing that I tried pole dancing.”
The mother-of-three continued: “Because now everyone is waiting to see how good or bad I am at it. But that is something I am not prepared to reveal.”
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Everyone is waiting to see how good or bad I am at it
Julia went on to discuss whether her brood will be expanding anytime soon, after she and her husband Gerard Cunningham welcomed Xanthe and Zena, now two, thanks to IVF.
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She went on: “I don’t think so. If I had started earlier, which was not possible at the time, I might have considered. Three is the magic number in our case.
“The dynamic of the family works really well. I am happy for Zephyr that he is the older brother to two little girls. They all love each other very much and are one cozy, happy unit.”
Meanwhile, Julia is the president of the Camping and Caravanning Club and last week camped out on London’s Southbank to mark the special week.
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“The camping experience on the Southbank has been fantastic, the tentsile flying tent, as I like to call it, is very eye-catching. It is an innovative design that really captures people’s attention,” she said.
On how she first got into campaign, Julia added: “I had my first camping experience in the garden. My best friend at school had about 12 rabbits. I always remembered that we would catch her animals in the evening and if we were really good at it, our parents would let us camp in the garden.
“Even though we were only in the backyard, it was such great fun because you get your first taste of independence: You are a teenager on your own in a tent. That feels exciting!”