|Born||31 December 1964|
Lowri Gwyneth Turner (born 31 December 1964) is a British former 1980s–2000s fashion journalist and television presenter, who now works as a private nutritional therapist and clinical hypnotherapist.
Turner began her career as a fashion journalist for The Observer in the late 1980s, and in the 1990s she became fashion editor at the London Evening Standard. In the 1990s and 2000s she was a freelance journalist writing for a wide variety of newspaper titles with oped copy. In 2006, she was criticized in the Welsh Assembly, where she was accused of "homophobia" for an article that was published in her Western Mail column entitled However much I love my gay friends, I don't want them running the country.
She was a contributor to Doctor Who: Thirty Years in the TARDIS, a documentary celebration of the 30th anniversary of Doctor Who in 1993, in which she discussed the Edwardian feel to the Doctor's costumes and her fondness for Jon Pertwee's portrayal of the character.
Turner now works as a lifestyle advisor in London specialising in diet, having acquired a 'Diploma in Nutritional Therapy' from the Institute for Optimum Nutrition.
Turner has been married twice and has three children, two with her first husband Paul Connew, and one daughter with second husband, Nicol Batra, an Indian physician, from whom she is also divorced.
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