When she was asked by host Jane Garvey, 51, how easy it is to chat her up, Kim said: "I would say it's pretty impossible."The thrice-divorced thespian admitted that her baggage gets in the way of her love life."I'm not your average single woman," she said.
"I come with, as all men and women of a certain age, they come with baggage."It's hard for everybody.
But after CCTV footage all around the property failed to pick up any sighting of a stranger, police being convinced the ransacked scene was 'staged' and a doctor concluding James' own injuries were 'self inflicted', jurors found the carer had carried out the brutal killing herself.
Mr Justice Openshaw said the mother-of-three must spend at least twenty years behind bars and branded her version of events as 'outrageous lies'.
There are plenty of pics of her chillin' by the beach or pool with friends and family, and in each shot, the star's wearing a two-piece we want — no, — in our wardrobes stat.
Yet while it could get pricey creating a collection that rivals Kate's, we can still be inspired by her waterside styling.
To be single at this age is really difficult, because you know so much more about what you want and what you don't want and what you'll put up with and you've been there and done that so many times at this point. I feel in that area, romantically, retired."Kim also spoke candidly about her decision not to have children and revealed that she finds being referred to as "childless" offensive."It's the less that is offensive - childless - it sounds like you're less because you haven't had a child," she said."I think for a lot of women from my generation it wasn't a conscious choice.
"I have young actors and actresses that I mentor, I have nieces and nephews that I am very close to."There is a way to become a mother in this day and age which doesn't include your name on the child's birth certificate."You can express that maternal side, very clearly, very strongly.
It is the time of year for wisteria, asparagus and early-evening picnics in the park.
Sadly, the season also marks the annual media-based self-hatred frenzy about which women's bodies are bikini-ready.
In one particularly moving chapter, “Hello, I am Fat”, she writes in detail about her time on The Stranger newspaper in Seattle, and the pernicious, destructive impact it had for her to be writing for a boss (Dan Savage) who was repeatedly authoring cruel pieces disparaging the overweight – in the name of addressing “the war on obesity”.
Scroll through Kate Hudson's Instagram feed and you'll notice a little something: the star owns quite a few sexy bikinis.
Perhaps I picked up on Odabash’s comment where it may have been white noise to others because of the research I have recently done for Leap In, my forthcoming book on swimming. This month saw the UK publication of Sarai Walker’s Dietland, a fantastic, angry book about an overweight dieter turned feminist vigilante – a rollicking beach novel to be read in the full glare of the sun.