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Read this: Push-ups, pizza and a bit of Botox. Olympic swimming silver medallist and Commonwealth champion Sharron Davies is not used to losing — which may be why she is putting up such a gallant fight against ageing. When she turned 50 a few months ago, Sharron, who has three children, celebrated with a holiday in the Maldives and was pictured looking as fabulous in a swimsuit as she did 30 years ago. SAVE MONEY ON HAIRI spent 20 years soaking wet, reeking of chlorine and with goggle indentations on my face, so it’s nice to be able to spend time on my appearance now. I wore my hair short when I was competing because it was practical, but I always wanted long hair so as soon as I could, I grew it. It’s very fine and grows slowly, though, which is frustrating. I’m a natural blonde but I’m going grey now.

My hairdresser softened the blow by telling me the grey hairs are scattered evenly. My hair doesn’t take much maintaining and I get away with very few visits to the hairdresser. I had my first haircut in two years this week, and only have highlights every six months or so. I save a lot of money on my hair, which is how I justify spending more on my face and clothes. MOISTURISE LIKE MADOne day about ten years ago, I was driving without my sunglasses and kept catching sight of myself squinting in the rear-view mirror. There were two deep furrows between my eyes, so I tried Botox for the first time.

I’ve been having it every six months since. 300 a time and I see nothing wrong with it — doesn’t everyone have it? It’s important that it’s subtle, and that you find a practitioner you trust. I like to be able to raise my eyebrows. I also have filler injected into the lines between my nose and mouth once a year, which is something I’ve done since my early forties.