"During my 15 years in the business, I've received so many questions on a variety of topics from my favourite toothbrush to juggling family and a busy work schedule. I'm bringing in the experts that have helped me over the years to help inspire you," the Daily Telegraph quoted her as saying in a press release.
"Women are looking for content that speaks to every part of their lives. Right now, advice seems so scattered online. I have created a place on AOL that's really one-stop-shopping: for women as moms, wives, workers, friends and their most creative selves."
The online venture will be launched later this year.