Three people I would love to invite to dinner: Imelda Marcos (to compare shoes); the Queen (to compare hats and handbags); and Coco Chanel (to sort out the outfits).
The best advice I ever received: Just be yourself.
The most amazing thing I've ever done: Been to the Antarctic; an awesome experience.
If I was down to my last $10 I would spend it on . . . I'd keep it until I knew my future.
My greatest fear: Being terminally ill and not having control of my destiny.
My fantasy job: To be a brilliant pianist.
If I could have a super power it would be . . . To be able to sing in tune.
If I could travel back in time, I would love to see or meet . . . Cleopatra, to find out who her jewellery designer was.
What people may not know about me: I was awarded the Olympic Golden Rings in 2000 by Juan Antonio Samaranch.
The one thing I will never throw out: Most of the contents of my house.
True love is . . . My husband of 50 years.
My last meal would be . . . Whatever was in the fridge as I would need to clean up!
My first car: A new Mini Clubman in 1973.
My hidden talent is: None everyone knows what I can do!
My most embarrassing moment was... Driving part way down a one way street in Parramatta last week.
My favourite phrase is... You can do it.
Wierdest thing in my glovebox: Can’t remember when I last opened it
My biggest fashion faux pas was: Taking my husband’s advice and not wearing what I had already chosen (he is forgiven).
I wish I hadn’t: Said I would participate in this.
My earliest memory is: Walking along a country road to visit my grandma with Mum pushing my brother in a pram. I was about 4.
On my bedside table is: Billy Connolly’s book I’ve been going to read for three years.
People say I look like: In my youth Elizabeth Taylor.
A movie I think everyone should see: Last Vegas for a good laugh.
In the future… I hope and pray for world peace and that my grandchildren will have a slower paced world to live in.
Favourite book as a child: Milly-Molly-Mandy