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Elizabeth Hurley reveals being in lockdown with her family is getting in the way of her love life 

She is currently isolating in her country home in Herefordshire alongside eight other family members, including her 18-year-old son Damian and widowed mother, Angela.

And Elizabeth Hurley has said her hopes of meeting a new man have been scuppered by lockdown. 

The actress and model, 54, told Hello! magazine: ‘I’d love to fall madly in love with someone, which certainly won’t happen whilst I’m locked down with blood relatives.

Gorgeous: Elizabeth Hurley has said her hopes of meeting a new man have been scuppered by lockdown

Gorgeous: Elizabeth Hurley has said her hopes of meeting a new man have been scuppered by lockdown

Gorgeous: Elizabeth Hurley has said her hopes of meeting a new man have been scuppered by lockdown

‘Maybe when it’s over I’ll put my headlamps on full beam and make an effort.’

The star has previously had high-profile relationships with actor Hugh Grant, Australian cricketer Shane Warne and was married to businessman Arun Nayar from 2007 until 2011.

Now Elizabeth focuses on her family and business, which includes her successful swimwear line. 

Family: She is currently isolating in her country home in Herefordshire alongside eight other family members, including her 18-year-old son Damian and widowed mother, Angela

Family: She is currently isolating in her country home in Herefordshire alongside eight other family members, including her 18-year-old son Damian and widowed mother, Angela

Family: She is currently isolating in her country home in Herefordshire alongside eight other family members, including her 18-year-old son Damian and widowed mother, Angela

The beauty is no stranger to sharing sensational bikini shots with her Instagram followers.

However, she reveals she has no plans to continue modelling swimwear in her 60s.

The Austin Powers star said: ‘I sincerely hope not. I’ll definitely still wear it though.’

The star compared living with her relatives to the 70s TV series The Waltons, which followed a family in rural Virginia during the Great Depression and Second World War.

Honest: The actress and model, 54, told Hello ! magazine 'I'd love to fall madly in love with someone, which certainly won't happen whilst I'm locked down with blood relatives

Honest: The actress and model, 54, told Hello ! magazine 'I'd love to fall madly in love with someone, which certainly won't happen whilst I'm locked down with blood relatives

Honest: The actress and model, 54, told Hello ! magazine ‘I’d love to fall madly in love with someone, which certainly won’t happen whilst I’m locked down with blood relatives

‘There are nine of us,’ she said.

‘I have my whole family here, including my mother, an aunt and a friend who has severe respiratory problems.

‘I am completely paranoid that I won’t be able to keep them safe and I haven’t let anyone leave the house apart from me.

‘I just nip out to local food stores and wear a mask and gloves. I’m terrified of bringing the virus back to my vulnerable guests.’

Sensational: The beauty is no stranger to sharing sensational bikini shots with her Instagram followers. However, she reveals she has no plans to continue modelling swimwear in her 60s

Sensational: The beauty is no stranger to sharing sensational bikini shots with her Instagram followers. However, she reveals she has no plans to continue modelling swimwear in her 60s

Sensational: The beauty is no stranger to sharing sensational bikini shots with her Instagram followers. However, she reveals she has no plans to continue modelling swimwear in her 60s

However, the mum-of-one has remained organised in the middle of the crisis and has created a spreadsheet to delegate tasks.  

She said: ‘We’ve all got designated jobs, which I couldn’t resist putting on a colour-coded Excel sheet. I’m in charge of meal planning, food shopping and laundry.

Read the full article in Hello! magazine, out now

Read the full article in Hello! magazine, out now

Read the full article in Hello! magazine, out now

‘If it weren’t for the fact that we’re terrified of losing loved ones, we’re actually quite happy cocooned up together.

‘The TV isn’t allowed to be turned on until 6pm so we don’t turn into couch potatoes.’

Asked how she had been keeping herself busy, Elizabeth said: ‘Secretly, I’d much rather be gardening than doing anything else. I’ve been outside doing things for at least five hours a day.

‘My brother bought me a set of what he calls ‘lady tools’, which are lightweight.

‘I have my own shed with all my tools in it, and woe betide anyone else who uses them. Otherwise, I think I’m okay with everything.’

Read the full article in Hello! magazine, out now.

Nature: Asked how she had been keeping herself busy, Elizabeth said: 'Secretly, I'd much rather be gardening than doing anything else. I've been outside doing things for at least five hours a day

Nature: Asked how she had been keeping herself busy, Elizabeth said: 'Secretly, I'd much rather be gardening than doing anything else. I've been outside doing things for at least five hours a day

Nature: Asked how she had been keeping herself busy, Elizabeth said: ‘Secretly, I’d much rather be gardening than doing anything else. I’ve been outside doing things for at least five hours a day

 

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