“Of course, I’d like to do Love Island, it’s the hottest thing on TV right now. Being in a villa with a pool and great people around, why wouldn’t you want to?”
After her exit from Virgin Media last year, the mother of two has her own show, picking and selecting TV projects and The best cooperation suits her and her little family.
But the frank TV presenter insists that she did not understand everything.
More talkative, unfiltered and delightfully cold than it appears on TV, the 41-year-old sits with + . magazine He explains, “I look at my house and my wardrobe in a mess, I need to do this and do it.
“I really applaud the women who work full time, take care of their kids, make dinner, put washing machines and clean their house. It’s hard to go.
“I always knew when I was going to be a mother that I would make time for them. They are not forever babies.
“I’m really happy with the way my life is going right now. I just adore them. Don’t get me wrong, some days it’s like, ‘Get me out of here’ but I can indulge and go out and do things like this campaign, and then come home after noon and I’m dying to see them.”
Talking about two sweethearts in her life, Bobby and Danny, who will turn four and two next month, the social media stars said, “They just light up our lives. Bobby is full of stories, chatting, words mixed in and Danny gossiping – he really loves his voice, so he’s constantly screaming.” They really bring us such joy.”
Her children are part of the reason the model is leading the Irish Heart Foundation’s ‘Her Heart Matters’ campaign.
Learning that she suffers from high cholesterol came as a huge shock to the beloved character.
“I found out that my cholesterol was high this year. I thought this was something that would only affect my mum and dad, but I forgot that I’m getting older too .
I have few friends He said, “Ah Glenda, seriously, cholesterol?” I told them to check it out. Rob came with me to my local drugstore and his cholesterol level turned out to be high and I was like, “Ha, you see?”
“In our twenties we think we’re fallible and everything is always going to be great, and our thirties are about the same time. And then in our forties—because I’m in my forties now—it’s like, ‘Hey, Jaypers!'”
But do not expect the former model to stop her age.
“I remember before turning 40 I felt a little depressed about it. We were in lockdown which was frustrating enough not having to hit 40 and not being able to celebrate with my family and friends. When I finally turned 4-0 I was really big. Nothing dramatic happened, I didn’t feel any difference.
“People might look at me going through this drive and say, ‘I’m her same age,’ and that might encourage them to check their hearts out.
“I want women to hear because we have estrogen that fights heart disease. But when you hit your forties, menopause starts to come on and you lose estrogen. That’s when you have to check your heart.”
In matters of the heart, Glenda and her husband Rob McNaughton celebrated their eighth wedding anniversary recently. Candid more than ever, Glinda laughs: “We’re 13 years together now and we’re still a marital blessing, as you can imagine — she put that up on Instagram and Rob said, ‘Are you peeing? How many of my friends laughed and said: My husband Glinda’s bliss?
Looking back on the day of their dreams at Co Claire, Glenda admits that she felt her age: “Even the printing of some of the photos look old. I felt like my mom was looking at them!”
She may have some top secret TV projects in the pipeline, but the announcer says she’s still available, ready, and ready to throw her hat in the ring for that coveted gig on TV – love island.
“Of course, I would like to do that love islandIt’s the hottest thing on TV right now. Being in a villa with a pool and great people around you, why wouldn’t you want it?
“I love the entertainment world. I love anything that involves a little bit of craziness.”
Previous Exposition The presenter may have one time It airs to our lounges every evening, but now fans can get their favorite presenter’s fix from their smartphone.
With more than 93 thousand followers on Instagram, Glenda is quickly becoming her own brand.
“Every day before I started working, the only thing I would look at was the ratings to see what we got the night before. Ratings are now on my phone.
“I love to have nice people who follow me on Instagram. I always reply to people, if someone asks me a question I will come back to them. Social media can be horrible sometimes. But people are always very nice to me and I put my kids there and people are so free for that.” I enjoy my social networks. I just always try to keep it real.”
Having signed up for a new talent agency, Glenda is also excited about the new opportunities that are coming her way.
Matchstick is an English company after expanding its horizons and coming to Ireland. They work with British and Irish brands. They are hip, they are honest, so why not? You have to change things every now and then. They’re excited, so I’m excited — watch this space.”