Leslie Ash, 63, cant get away with sexy 90s outfits now but wishes she could
Men Behaving Badly star Leslie Ash has looked back on her 90s era and wished she could still don some of her iconic looks.
The TV star, 63, reminisced back to her decade which helped catapult her career into further success.
Leslie said she's always been "big on fashion" but would love to style herself in some of her old looks from back in the day.
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She exclusively told us: "I've got so many things that I would absolutely adore to wear now, some of them I can't, I can't wear high heels anymore. So you know, but it was all about shoes, shoes, hair, makeup. You know, that was it for me anyway.
"I've always been into fashion and in a big way. So yes, it's a bit boring now in your 60s. I just can't really get away with it.
"But I'm a hoarder when it comes to clothes. So you know, when they said please turn up in something 90s, no problem. I've still got my denim jack from back then, which was perfect!"
Continuing to look back to that era, she said: "Back in those days, I was in my 30s. So I thought I had everything in front of me, you know, the world was my oyster, as they say.
"Then you suddenly realise when you do get to in your 60s that no, it's not everyone that does it, you know, it is very. It's a hard road and you've got to be totally committed. Take the rough with the smooth and things have changed so much now. I mean, we live in a very woke time, you know."
Leslie is promoting this year's Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life.
This year marks 30 years of Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life, in partnership with headline sponsor Standard Life, part of Phoenix Group, following the inaugural event in the 90s – and the charity is celebrating its history with a little help from a selection of much-loved 90s stars including Leslie.
She told us: "The thing is that there are so many different places you could do it, and you don't have to run, you can walk, you can hop, you can walk your dog, you can chat with your mate, but just get involved. It's just such for such a brilliant cause."
Sign up for this year's Race for Life here.
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