Angela Scanlon shares everything she keeps in handbag - from moon cup to the Strictly essential she can't live without
18.11.2023 - 12:49
Angela Scanlon has shared the contents of her bag, giving followers a glimpse into the chaos of her current life.
The bag, which she humorously claims could rival Mary Poppins's magical tote, is filled with an eclectic mix of items essential for her daily routine. In the Instagram clip, the TV presenter, who is currently competing on Strictly Come Dancing with pro dancer Carlos Gu, pulled out an array of items from an enormous metallic purple handbag, showcasing the bag's impressive capacity.
She captioned the post: “Yet another GIGANTIC bag that could give Mary Poppins a run for her money… This time filled with 100 random things including my daughter’s twinkly toy, self-care bits and bobs, my trusty slippers (aka the blister defenders), and of course, lotions and potions for my aching body. “Another snapshot in to the chaos that is life right now.
I can’t put in to words how GRATEFUL I am for every single one of you who has been voting, supporting, sending messages - BRING ON BLACKPOOL!!” The handbag treasure trove includes a pink wand owned by her daughter, two pairs of black socks and a giant scrunchie, as well as a hair clip, that are sure to come in handy during long days of rehearsals. Angela also shows off her perfume of choice, as well as a Caroline Hirons moisturiser and a face mask to keep her skin hydrated during her intense schedule.
As for snacks, Angela carries around marshmallows and cookies to refuel in between dancing.
The Strictly star also reveals medicinal cream for her neck and omega oils for health maintenance, a moon cup for menstrual care, and old-school string earphones used during meditation. Not forgetting a pair of slippers that she insists on bringing everywhere due to her "feet being in bits."
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