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Lynda Bellingham 9th March 2010
Lynda Bellingham - photographer Nicky Johnston
The actress reflects on how being adopted has influenced her life.

Lynda Bellingham is one of Britain’s best loved actresses, with a career spanning more than forty years. She is currently on stage in Calendar Girls and is a regular face on Loose Women. She’s just written her autobiography ‘Lost and Found’ where she talks for the first time about being adopted and the effect this had on her own self worth. Lynda was in her mid forties when she finally met her birth mother and she joins Jane to reflect on the impact this had on her life.

Lost and Found - My Story by Lynda Bellingham is published by Ebury Press - ISBN 978-0-09193-640-2

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