RTE’s Miriam O’Callaghan gives fans a glimpse into everyday life – six coffees, 40-minute workouts, and a fast before Prime Time

Top Presenter Miriam O’Callaghan gave fans a glimpse into her everyday life – six coffees, 40-minute workouts, and a fast before Prime Time.

The RTE radio and TV star revealed: “I drink a lot of lattes. I could probably drink six a day. And people ask, “How do you sleep? Brilliantly.

“I also don’t eat all day on a Prime Time Show day. I know people will say it’s very bad for you. Others will call it a type of fasting. But I do, it’s my routine.

“Then I come home from the show and have two slices of toast with cheese and a glass of red wine. “

The 62-year-old fit exercises morning and night for 20 minutes for muscle strength.



Miriam O’Callaghan on Prime Time.

Ireland’s leading news broadcaster told VIP magazine: ‘Whatever the opposite of perfect, I am. This means that I probably never do anything particularly well.

“Look around my house, there are paint chips everywhere and I don’t care. If you are looking for perfection, you are not only hard on others, you are also hard on yourself.

The mother of eight – and now grandmother of little Eabha, who is 10 months old – is understandably optimistic and feels grateful for what she has received in life.

“I am blessed with a positive disposition. My husband will say that it is sometimes exhausting. It’s my wonderful life. I won’t waste a moment worrying about the garbage.

“People say life is imperfect, and it is, but it’s the only life we ​​have. I would like to believe in Heaven, but I kinda believe it is, so I’m going to live it the best that I can.

“I just feel lucky to have had a chance to live. All I want my kids to say is that she was nice to us, she loved us and she was good craic.

Her “beautiful and divine” granddaughter is named Eabha Anne, in honor of Miriam’s late sister, Anne, who died of cancer at the age of 33.

Miriam says feminism has made tremendous strides in recent years. “I think women now realize that we can do whatever we want. I think women feel more confident at any age now.

She is not “anti-men” saying, “I have four sons and they are as nice as my four daughters. I don’t believe men pick on bad women. It’s just the way the company was built in the past. It was patriarchal, but that has now changed.



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