"I moved to the country at Easter and have been planning Christmas ever since," The Daily Express quoted Liz as saying. And the actress is apparently earning a name for herself with her own-brand sausages.
She wrote in 'The Spectator': "Our house is groaning with home-cooked food, beautifully wrapped presents and table decorations that I've made with a hot glue gun. I love hot glue and want to glue everything to anything apples, ribbons, small animals nothing is safe. I may have to start sniffing the stuff."
However, unlike Liz, the Christmas fever hasn"t enveloped hubby Nayar. "My half-Indian husband only pretends to get it, I know he'd much rather eat lobster on a beach than one of the 200 mince pies that are nestling between layers of greaseproof paper in my freezer," she said.
She added: "He's awfully loyal, though, and I pretend I don't notice that he sneaks a great dollop of chilli sauce on to everything I lovingly cook for him."
London (ANI): The festive season, it seems, has really lifted Elizabeth Hurley's spirits, for the stunner has bypassed liqueur and become addicted to glue gun! The beauty, who calls herself a 'country mouse', has become a queen of crafts ever since she has moved from London to a 400-acre farm with her millionaire husband Arun Nayar.