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'Everything falls apart' Miriam Margolyes, 80, addresses health concerns as she gets older

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Miriam burst into laughter and replied: "Well I am not an idiot."The problem about ageing is that nobody told me that it was going to happen."You are supposed to find out yourself and you do, and it's b****y awful."The BAFTA-winning actress continued: "It's horrible not being able to run for a bus."She added: "At night I think, will I wake up in the morning?

And then I do."Alan, who looked concerned by Miriam's response, asked the actress if she felt that way every night, and she explained she did."I do, every night it is the night I think maybe tonight is the night I won't wake up," Miriam explained.Alan asked how that made her feel, to which she replied: "Miserable, but then in the morning I wake up so I am all right again.".

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