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4 Steps with Tess Daly

This week Adrienne is joined by the iconic Tess Daly. A household name, Tess has been a model, actress and presenter since her teens. She has presented Strictly Come Dancing for the last 18 years (and counting) and Children In Need since 2008 and worked on other successful TV shows from Singled Out to SMTV Live.

Tess' new book 4 Steps: To a Happier, Healthier You is out now, available in stores and online. For the very first time Tess shares her take on simple ways to look and feel amazing, whether you're 17 or 70. With over 40 delicious, healthy recipes alongside simple stretches, exercises and wellbeing tips, 4 Steps shows that you don't need lots of time or money to make every day that little bit healthier and a lot more fabulous. 

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