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Nicole Richie featured in People Magazine with her chicken Popsicles

Nicole Richie appears in People Magazine’s ‘The Beautiful Issue,’ which will be on sale this Friday (April 2nd, with Chrissy Teigen on the cover). Nicole features with her gorgeous Silkie chicken who is named Popsicles. The photo was taken by Shayan Asgharnia and styled by Liat Baruch, with hair by Gregory Russell and makeup by Beau Nelson.


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Cleo Wade in conversation with Nicole Richie and Cameron Diaz to discuss new book

On March 23rd, Nicole Richie and Cameron Diaz joined Cleo Wade to discuss her new book ‘What the Road Said,’ in an event presented by Book Soup. There is currently no footage available from the event.


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Nicole Richie goes live with Essie to paint her nails and talk early 2000s trends

Nicole Richie went live on Instagram TV with Steph Stone who painted their nails “y2k themed” with Essie nail varnish and talk about trends in the early 2000s. Watch their DIY mani party with the Expressie Dial It Up collection below. Steph also shared a highlight on her own Instagram account of Nicole’s style advice to help her not look back and cringe.


Nicole Richie to star in ABC comedy ‘Bucktown’

Nicole Richie and Shannon Woodward (Westworld) will star in ABC comedy pilot ‘Bucktown.’ Woodward will play the lead, while Nicole will join the supporting cast. The series come from the trio behind ABC’s ‘The Conners,’ Emily Wilson, Sara Gilbert and Tom Werner.

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“Written by Wilson, Bucktown centers on Amy (Woodward), who, after being dumped by her boyfriend and kicked out of her apartment on the eve of a big promotion, finds refuge at her mom’s house in the blue-collar neighborhood where she grew up. Amy reconnects with her teenage niece living there due to her sister’s latest rehab stint and resolves to stay when she realizes that her mom and niece aren’t quite equipped to go it alone.

Richie plays Jan, Amy’s boss. A self-centered force who tends to suck up all the energy in a room, Jan is very professional — except in the extremely unprofessional partnership with her husband, Finn.

Wilson, Gilbert and Werner exec produce with Marc Provissiero and Mandy Summers. ABC Signature is the studio.

Richie recently did an arc on ABC’s Bless This Mess. She previously co-starred in NBC comedy Great News and guest-starred on Grace and Frankie and Camping. Richie is repped by WME, Impression Entertainment and Morris Yorn Barnes Levine Krintzman.”

Nicole Richie tells SELF her bedtime routine

Last month, Nicole Richie spoke to SELF about her bedtime routine, where she talks about her curly hair rituals, her favourite wine, and how she teaches her kids to unplug. She tells Hannah Pasternak that she takes “care of every living thing in the house,” meaning both her pets and children, and begins winding down at 7:01pm.

Nicole revealed that she spends most of her day working on her brand, House of Harlow 1960, and hanging out with her kids when they’re not in virtual school. “Joel and I both travel all the time, and so it’s a lot of coming and going. I think this moment for us to really spend time with family has actually been really nice. We really love it.”

I didn’t sleep at all in my 20s, and I think to myself, Maybe that’s why I was so insane.
There are so many messages out there that you have to do it all. Everyone’s doing a million things, and we have to realize that self-care and rest is just as important, and you have to have that in order to be the best version of yourself. Something that [Harlow and I] talk about quite often—and even more so now with my kids in virtual school—is that having time to unplug is so important. That’s something that I feel like my whole family and I have been constantly having to discuss this whole past year.

My bedtime routine, if it’s up to me, starts at 7 p.m.
At 7:01, I like to call it. I started that when my kids were young and they used to go to bed at seven. My friends would call me at 7:01, because that’s when I started to turn down. Now [my kids] don’t go to bed at 7 p.m., but I’m definitely trying to. So I start my routine with, well, it used to be tea. Now that has turned into wine. I’m very into Avaline wine right now. I just like to have a glass, a little splash of that, and get on the couch, watch some episodes of Yellowstone.

If I take a bath, I take an Epsom salt bath.
Joel’s mom lives in Maryland, and she lives close to an Amish community. This community makes my favorite handmade soaps. So she sends me those soaps, and those are the soaps that I use at night in the bath. They’re great.

I get out of the bath, put lavender oil at the bottom of my feet to calm me down, and apply all my grape seed oils and all the moisturizing things that I do. The lotion I use is Kiehl’s Creme de Corps. And then I have various oils that I use, but they’re not necessarily a specific brand. So I put on all my oils, and then wash my face with basically just Biologique products. I do a little face oil from Kora Organics.

I love talking to fellow curly-haired people, because the first question is always like, “What are you doing? What are you using?”
Kérastase makes a really great curly-hair care line. So that’s what I’ve been using, their shampoo and conditioners. Tracy Cunningham, who’s my hair colorist and also has curly hair, gave me this Khairpep hair mask that I use every day. [Editor’s note: Khairpep is now K18 Hair.] And then I’m using this Frederic Fekkai Brilliant Gloss Multi-Tasker. That’s actually made a very big difference in my hair texture.

I know it’s the one rule of having curly hair is not to mess with it all day and put your fingers through it, and I do that 100 times a day, and what happens? It gets frizzy. But anyway, these products definitely help me not do that, which is good.

Then I go back to the couch, hang out for a bit, and then get in bed, and fall asleep reading.
I just finished On Beauty, and now I’m very deep into Lonesome Dove. When I’m traveling, I definitely have to have a book on me. I do like to travel with some lavender oils. I have a whole bag of things that I bring with me, like my candles and all that stuff, if I’m traveling. But I haven’t traveled in a year. I also always keep water next to my bed.

I also take a few Olly gummies before bed. I love the Miss Mellow Olly capsules, and I love their Sleep gummies too. [Editor’s note: Richie is a spokesperson for Olly.]