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Elizabeth Hurley continues organic farming despite conflicting reportsElizabeth Hurley continues organic farming despite conflicting reports

Elizabeth Hurley Continues Organic Farming, Despite Reports

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British model and actress Elizabeth Hurley is disputing reports that she has given up organic farming.

In an interview with China Daily, she adamantly denies the accusations, “”I have no idea why [reports] said I gave it up, when I haven’t.”

If anything, she is nothing but proud of her farming skills, especially how it has transformed her son’s eating habits, “I am very proud of my son, who is 10 and eats only organic meat and eggs from my farm.”

The “Gossip Girl” actress first started farming in 2003 after purchasing 400-acres of land in Gloucestershire with ex-husband Arun Nayar.

Reports came about last January that Hurley would be selling the land, after divorcing Nayar and then marrying Australian Shane Warne. Supposedly, she was spending a lot of time in Australia and left behind the land.

A documentary was also in the works that would follow Hurley’s farming lifestyle, but was immediately dropped.

Whether or not Hurley sold the land doesn’t mean she has given up her organic green thumb altogether. She seems passionate about the pastime and doesn’t seem to be giving up on it anytime soon.

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