Amanda De Cadenet – who famously married Duran Duran bassist John Taylor aged just 19 – is set to speak to How To Be A Woman author Catlin Moran, pop star Rita Ora and model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley for the first instalment of the UK series of The Conversation.
One of the reasons why we love The Conversation so much is because it encourages iconic women to open up about their lives and reveal their innermost thoughts and feelings about relationships, sex, body image, kids and careers.
Already a huge hit in the US, we can wait to see more of Amanda’s honest, thought-provoking interviews and get the inside scoop on our favourite female celebrities.
The Lifetime channel are also providing UK viewers with a chance to catch up on all of the previous American series, so you’ll also be able to hear Eva Longoria’s thoughts on infidelity, Jane Fonda’s battle with bulimia and Lady Gaga's views on love and life.
If that wasn’t exciting enough, her BFF Gwyneth (who previously opened up about her struggle with post-natal depression), will turn the tables on Amanda to interview the photographer and presenter about her own thoughts and views on womanhood.
Speaking about the launch of The Conversation in the UK, Amanda said: "I couldn't be more excited to introduce the show to the UK, and to add these incredible new guests to The Conversation family. Each woman shared something beautiful and unique."
"My hope is that these stories will inspire and empower the UK audience as they navigate their own lives."
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