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Nigella Lawson cuts a low-key figure in a crimson jacket as she steps out in London

Nigella Lawson cuts a low-key figure in a crimson jacket and black trousers as she steps out in London

She recently joked that she went ‘a little feral’ during the first coronavirus lockdown and that her postman has ‘never seen me dressed’.

And Nigella Lawson kept a low profile on Thursday in a red coat and black trousers for an outing in West London, as the pandemic rages on. 

The celebrity chef, 60, carried her beloved Tupperware and her mobile phone as she was spotted crossing the road. 

Keep it casual: Nigella Lawson kept a low profile on Thursday in a red coat and black trousers for an outing in West London

Nigella sported a black top and a patterned face mask, protecting herself from the novel coronavirus. 

Her chocolate tresses tumbled down in natural wave as she appeared to wear minimal make-up. 

It comes after the TV chef said she felt ‘distracted and dazed’ during the nationwide shutdown last March and laughed about how her postman has ‘never seen me dressed’.

Speaking on The Graham Norton Show in November, the cook admitted it was only the second time she’d worn shoes since the first lockdown began. 

Relaxed look: The celebrity chef, 60, carried her beloved Tupperware and her mobile phone as she was spotted crossing the road while wearing a patterned face mask

Relaxed look: The celebrity chef, 60, carried her beloved Tupperware and her mobile phone as she was spotted crossing the road while wearing a patterned face mask 

Nigella said: ‘I felt a bit distracted and dazed at the beginning – it was quite odd, but I had a book to write so I was busy. 

‘I was completely isolated, I didn’t see anyone or go anywhere, but I liked it.’ 

When asked if she went a little feral, Nigella said: ‘I am always a bit feral – this is only the second time I have worn shoes since March! 

‘I got up early and went to bed early. I rather liked it.’

Nigella admitted that, because she has been working from home since she was 27, she hasn’t got dressed ‘for decades’ unless she is working. 

She said: ‘Actually I’ve worked from home since I was 27, so I’ve not got dressed for decades unless I am working, so I have many all in one romper suits. 

‘I’ve actually just been looking at Christmas pyjamas to wear in the daytime. My postman has never seen me dressed!’ 

The month prior, Nigella released her new book Cook Eat Repeat which combines recipes with narrative essays about food.

The chef said: ‘I wanted to write about what a recipe is and how people both understand or misunderstand what cooking is and I wanted to say that food has this amazing power to change the tenor of the day. 

‘During lockdown the evening meal became a huge focus for many people – it gave a structured distraction.’

Honest: It comes after the TV chef said she felt 'distracted and dazed' during the nationwide shutdown last March and laughed about how her postman has 'never seen me dressed'

Honest: It comes after the TV chef said she felt ‘distracted and dazed’ during the nationwide shutdown last March and laughed about how her postman has ‘never seen me dressed’ 

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