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And the latest photographs of Nigella wandering down a London street suggest that perhaps some of that worry has returned.

She may have both a new book and a new television series out soon but the food writer and TV cook – famed for her flirtatious manner – has the same make-up free pall that characterised her appearances during the concluding act of her marriage to art collector Charles Saatchi four years ago.

However, although the “Domestic Goddess”, whose cooking range Living Kitchen is worth £7million, may look unglamorous in recent photographs, perhaps her appearance is a sign of growing confidence now she is free from a difficult second marriage.

It is slightly heavier with the almonds (though not in a bad way) so if you want a lighter crumb, rather than a squidgy interior, and are not making the cake for the gluten-intolerant, then replace the 1 1/2 cups almond meal with 3/4 cup plus 1 tablespoon of all-purpose flour.Lawson told the Evening Standard: "Meryl Streep is a very fine actress and has got Margaret's personality right and her mannerisms very well."I've no doubt she will win an Oscar and good luck to her." Nigella Lawson's father added of the movie: "It is a huge kind of romantic drama, with a lot about her relationship with Denis, her character and how she outfaced all these men. "It's not within a million miles of an accurate account of what the Thatcher government did and what it was about.This has the built-in bonus of making it perhaps more suitable for an everyday cake.Made with the almonds, it has more of dinner-party pudding feel about it and I love it still a bit warm, with some raspberries or some such on the side, as well as a dollop of mascarpone or ice cream.Nigel Lawson has tipped Meryl Streep to win an Oscar for her portrayal of Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady.The Conservative politician, who served as Thatcher's chancellor from 1983 to 1989, hailed Streep's performance of the former prime minister.The last thing I want is to start running around town with a man half my age.However, it's a problem many women face as mid-life divorce is on the rise.So when I read the new Bridget Jones novel I couldn't help but feel a bit frustrated.Bridget, now 51 and single again, is shown as a sexily-dressed hot-to-trot cougar living life in the fast lane and loving every minute. Clearly author Helen Fielding has very different ideas about what it's like to be single in your 40s and 50s.