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Daisy Lowe dons a tie-dye tracksuit as she steps out make-up free for low-key outing with her dog

Daisy Lowe keeps things casual in a tie-dye tracksuit as she steps out make-up free for low-key outing with her dog

She recently admitted that she had felt ‘overwhelmed’ and both ‘mentally and physically exhausted’ as she marked World Mental Health day. 

And Daisy Lowe cut a casual figure as she visited a Space NK Apothecary store in London‘s Primrose Hill on Tuesday.

The model, 31, looked cosy in a pale pink and black tie-dye tracksuit as she walked with her pet dog during the low-key outing.

Out and about: Daisy Lowe cut a casual figure as she visited a Space NK Apothecary store in London’s Primrose Hill on Tuesday

Daisy looked chilled in her casual two-piece, which she paired with monochrome lace-up trainers and a chunky black scarf.

The beauty wore her raven tresses loose for the day, while she displayed her natural beauty by going make-up free. 

Daisy appeared lost in thought as she made her way through the capital with her adorable pooch Monty. 

It comes after Daisy shared a candid post about her wellbeing as she marked World Mental Health day last month.  

Keeping things casual: The model, 31, looked cosy in a pale pink and black tie-dye tracksuit as she walked with her pet dog during the low-key outing

Keeping things casual: The model, 31, looked cosy in a pale pink and black tie-dye tracksuit as she walked with her pet dog during the low-key outing

Daisy said that she gave herself a ‘mental health day’ where she ditched her phone, spoke to her best friends, went for a walk and didn’t ‘get dressed properly’. 

The model, who bravely shared she had a secret breakdown in 2016 earlier this year, admitted that sometimes she just needs a ‘good cry’ and that managing her mental health is a ‘constant battle’.

Daisy added that she is ‘so thankful’ she has a ‘better grip’ on her wellbeing and also celebrated that the ‘stigma around illnesses we can’t see with our eyes is dissolving’.

She penned: ‘So Saturday was #worldmentalhealthday I find it so promising that the stigma around illnesses we can’t see with our eyes is dissolving. To me, it’s mental heath day every day. 

Candid: It comes after Daisy shared a candid post about her wellbeing as she marked World Mental Health day last month

Candid: It comes after Daisy shared a candid post about her wellbeing as she marked World Mental Health day last month

‘Every morning, I wake up so thankful that I have a better grip on my mental health now. It’s a constant battle though isn’t it? 

‘Over the weekend I felt so incredibly overwhelmed and mentally & physically exhausted that I had to give myself a ‘mental health day’ … or two. 

‘A day without getting dressed properly, no makeup, attempting to have as little screen time as possible, some fresh air in nature, a chat to my best mates & some inspiring documentaries (I watched the octopus teacher and bawled my eyes out!)’

'Overwhelmed': The model admitted that she had felt 'overwhelmed' and both 'mentally and physically exhausted' over the weekend

‘Overwhelmed’: The model admitted that she had felt ‘overwhelmed’ and both ‘mentally and physically exhausted’ over the weekend 

She added: ‘And sometimes I just need a good cry! I baked an upside banana cake too… that certainly helped! 

‘All the I really want to say is that, we all feel alone or low from time to time but we all deserve to feel loved and supported by ourselves and the wonderful people we choose to surround ourselves with.’

Sending her support to her 359K followers, she concluded: ‘If you are in a pickle, please reach out to your nearest and dearest or call Samaritans on 116 123 sending you allll the love and hugs & happy Monday. ♥️♥️♥️♥️.’

If you have been affected by this story, you can call the Samaritans on 116 123 or visit www.samaritans.org. 

Mental health day: Daisy said that she gave herself a 'mental health day' where she ditched her phone, spoke to her best friends, went for a walk and didn't 'get dressed properly'

Mental health day: Daisy said that she gave herself a ‘mental health day’ where she ditched her phone, spoke to her best friends, went for a walk and didn’t ‘get dressed properly’

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