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Daisy May Cooper is taking the time to reflect on a busy year. After the third series of her hit show, This Country recently came to an end, she found herself facing the loss of a close friend. She tells Bryony why lockdown has brought her some much needed time to grieve.
Plus, Daisy opens up about how growing up in poverty pushed her towards success, and why she’ll be celebrating when nurseries reopen.
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In This Story: Bryony Gordon
She has authored four books. See a more complete biography here.