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Monday 31 August 2015

Nicole Richie: Joel is oblivious to my style

Published 03/05/2013

Nicole Richie
Nicole Richie

Nicole Richie has joked that her husband Joel Madden could never give her style advice as he doesn’t notice how she looks.

The couple are married and have two children together, with Nicole juggling motherhood and her fashion design career. While her Good Charlotte rocker spouse is helpful when it comes to caring for the kids, the same can’t be said if she needs style advice.

“No!” she giggled, when People asked if Joel dishes out fashion tips. “He just noticed I had bangs. He noticed those a year ago and we’ve been together for seven years. I’m still waiting for everything from the neck down. He just noticed my bangs.”

The 31-year-old star loves having a full fringe, although that hasn’t always been the case. When she was a little girl she was desperate to have the style, but her parents banned it. That didn’t stop the industrious Nicole from getting her way though.

“My parents didn’t want me to have bangs,” she explained, revealing she snipped her hair anyway. “Then, after realising I had curly hair - because I was too young to realise I’d actually have to blow dry my bangs - I had curly bangs for a year. That was fun.”

Nicole has been promoting her new web series #CandidlyNicole this week, which follows her everyday life. In the first episode, she is seen considering getting a tattoo removed.

While she may look glamorous on screen, it’s not always the case when she’s off duty.

“When I’m home I do not wear regular clothes. All I wear is sweats. Everything comes off, the shoes, jeans, the jewellery,” she said. “I do not wear clothes in my house.”

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