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Is Fearne Cotton Vegan?

by Fabian Jackson

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If you’ve been wanting to learn more about one of your favourite personalities, Fearne Cotton, then you’ve come to the right place. Keep reading to discover more about her and whether or not she’s vegan. 

About Fearne Cotton

Fearne Cotton has been a staple voice in British homes for the past 20 plus years. Best known for her long run on BBC radio and presenting TV shows like Top Of The Pops, CBBC’s Smile and shows like Red Nose Day and Children In Need. More recently she’s found great success with her podcast, Happy Place. 

Fearne Cotton on TV

Photo credit: Independent

Is Fearne Cotton a vegan? 

Yes she is – according to Plant Based News she ‘​​incrementally became vegan’ but for the past two years has been fully plant-based. 

In the same interview she ‘described veganism as ‘energizing’ and ‘not as hard’ as she thought.’ 

Fearne in her home

Photo credit: Plant Based News

Fearne Cotton, Happy Vegan  

Did you know that she’s also written a plant-based recipe book called Happy Vegan? It’s filled with tasty and simple dishes that are aimed at anyone who just wants to make some easy vegan meals for the whole family.


Fabian Jackson
by Fabian Jackson

Fabian is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants who loves writing almost as much as he loves coffee, old episodes of Escape to the Country (no judgement here), and cooking up a storm in his kitchen.

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