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Amy Price-Francis stars on CBC’s Rumours.





Amy Price-Francis, actor, portrays Sarah Barnaby on the CBC show Rumours, airing on Monday nights





Q: What products do you use that make you look and feel good?



A: I’m definitely a girly-girl. Lotions and potions and yummy smells always lift the spirit and hopefully, as claimed on the package, wrinkly, sagging skin. A treat is Dr. Hauschka products.





Q: Describe your style.



A: I walk my dog a lot, so it’s got to be comfy and appropriate to the weather. I do have a great pair of green pink, yellow and red striped rain boots. The clothes I wear can’t be too precious. I’ve actually been peed on by someone’s pooch at the park. I’m all about practicality. But I do enjoy a nice dress up when the chance comes.





Q: What things make life easier?



A: I’m a big fan of a good vacuum. The occasional cheesy pop song from the ’80s, and stretching.





Q: How do you stay fit?



A: I love to be active. Some Pilates, low-impact aerobics, and some resistance training to round it out. A good cleaning session or a Home Alone Boogie session can also work up a nice sweat.







David Haydn-Jones stars on CBC’s Rumours.





David Haydn-Jones, actor, portrays Ben Devlin on the CBC show, Rumours airing on Monday nights







Q: What products do you use that make you look and feel good?



A: I love me some good face cream from the L’Oréal line for men. I have been known to enjoy my girlfriend’s Olay body wash from time to time. To save my manhood, I do gargle with Brut cologne in the morning.





Q: How do you stay fit?



A: At my most rigorous, I do three circuit reps of heavy weights for every major group three times a week with cardio on the off days. When I’m on vacation, I retreat to my hyperbaric chamber where my entire body atrophies.





Q: What things make life easier?



A: Dishwashers are one of the best inventions ever. Not only do they store your dirty dishes, but they wash and dry them too. Who knew? Genius!





Q: Describe your style.



A: Casual. I’m kind of a prep-star. Funky tees and jeans with cool, colourful sneakers. Hoodies and collared zip-up jackets are always at hand.





Q: How do you keep life in perspective?



A: Sense of humour, gratitude and humility. Did I mention sense of humour?



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