There is a new interview with Jemma in The Times. The majority of the interview is behind a paywall – however, The Times are currently offering 3 months access for £3.
In the interview, Jemma talks about her home, her childhood and lockdown. The introduction to the interview is not paywalled:
I’ve lived in north London, in various parts, for 30-odd years. I’ve been in the house I’m in now, an art deco semi, since 2015, with my two boys. It’s not hugely prepossessing from the outside, but the space inside is lovely. The woman before me, Lotte, who was a refugee from Nazi Germany, lived here from the late 1930s and it needed absolutely everything doing to it, which meant I could make the space my own. She apparently said there was a lucky star over the house and she may well have been right.
If you have a log in for The Times (or want to subscribe) below is the link to Jemma’s interview: