Woodall wrote: "It's great that, at 50, life can still grab you by the throat and shake you up."And it's even better when you've learned to cope with whatever's thrown at you – so long as it isn't a bedside lamp."The star, who is celebrating her birthday in the Lake District with Saatchi, then had another apparent dig at Nigella, 54, who is known for her curvy figure, writing: "If you used to like showing your cleavage, just be aware your skin probably looks like old chammy leather now."So wear something round-necked.
You can still show off your shape."Nigella appeared to respond to the blog post by writing on Twitter: "Slut's Spaghetti – aka pasta alla puttanesca – is #recipeoftheday. (sic)"The chef attached a photograph of the recipe, before later adding: "No agenda behind #recipeoftheday! (sic)"Nigella married wealthy art dealer Saatchi in 2003 but they divorced in 2013 just weeks after photos emerged of him with his hand around her neck.
The break-down of their marriage was played out in public during the trial of her former aides Elisabetta and Francesca Grillo, who were acquitted of fraud last year, where Nigella was forced to admit she had used cocaine and marijuana in the past.Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson appeared to be crying and distraught as husband Charles Saatchi grabbed her throat during a tense al fresco lunch nearly two weeks ago at a London restaurant Scott's, as revealed in shocking photos published over the weekend.But art mogul Saatchi, 70, defended himself and dismissed the disturbing photos to the June 17."About a week ago, we were sitting outside a restaurant having an intense debate about the children, and I held Nigella's neck repeatedly while attempting to emphasize my point," Saatchi explained."Officers from the Community Safety Unit at Westminster have already begun an investigation.