STUART MILES, 48, spent five years in the ’90s as a Blue Peter presenter.
He’s just finished hosting a Breakfast Show on Heart Radio.
After so many people commented on his youthful looks, asking if he’d had any surgery, Stuart decided to share his tips with other men.
The result is milesyounger.com which aims to let men look more youthful for longer.
MY favourite holiday has to the one I spent on the Greek island of Skopelos.
It’s known the world over as the island where they filmed the Abba movie Mamma Mia!
I love the Greek islands, they really sing to me. There’s a rustic charm and vibe that forces you to slow down.
Even the journey to Skopelos does that. There’s no airport, so you fly to neighbouring Skiathos and catch a ferry or catamaran.
Arriving by boat sets the tone right away. It seems so much more exciting. You come into this huge natural harbour which is really dramatic and you get that punch-the-air moment when you know you’re truly on holiday.
I’d seen the movie – and loved it – but I deliberately didn’t want to visit all of the locations.
It’s been a few years but you can still do that, such as the church where the wedding was to take place.
Somehow the island was beautiful enough in its own right.
And Skopelos town was perfect because it was buzzing at night but chilled out during the day.
You very quickly get into this routine of beach, drinks, dinner and relaxing.
With Blue Peter and everything else I’ve done there has always been a schedule and I hate going on holiday and still having one.
The place I really want to go back to is India.
I have filmed there a lot over the years, but when you’re doing that you end up getting a small taste of a lot of things but never enough time to immerse yourself in one place.
I found India exciting, shocking, surprising and just so interesting.
Somewhere like Kerala in southern India is amazing for a relaxed, sunshine beach holiday.
And I absolutely adore Indian food, so the thought of being somewhere that you wander no distance at all and have an amazing selection would be a joy.
It is definitely high on my bucket list.
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