Tamara Beckwith hopes she doesn't have to wash up on her 50th birthday.
The socialite - who hits the milestone age on Friday (17.04.20) while the UK is in lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic - admitted while she won't be able to have a glitzy party this time round, she's grateful to be spending her special day with her husband Giorgio Veroni and their two children.
Speaking to HELLO! magazine, she said: "Life is precious and just being with my loved ones will be my best treat.
"We will no doubt have a lovely day and I have definitely had enough incredible parties in my life to reminisce on...
"We haven't made any plans but I am expecting my daughter Vivi will be in full-on let's-surprise-Mummy mode. I think I might get a special No Washing Up pass!"
Tamara has daughter Violet, 11, and son Vero, five, with her husband and 33-year-old daughter Anouska with ex William Gerhauser.
The 49-year-old star is looking forward to turning 50, and she insisted "age is just a number".
She added: "I married my beautiful Italian in my late 30s and then we were just so thrilled to get pregnant with Violet pretty quickly.
"Then I was sent our precious son, Vero, at the grand old age of 44 as a total surprise.
"So I firmly believe age is just a number, albeit I am certainly more creaky... I just think I will need to take a whole lore more exercise."
Tamara became a grandmother for the first time in August 2018 - when Anouska gave birth to Luna - and she is sure her granddaughter and her own kids will keep her feeling "pretty youthful".
She said: "Lots of my friends are in their 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s; they are all brilliant, not a dud one in there.
"And bearing in mind I will be at the school gates, sports grounds, carol concerts for at least another 13 years, I feel pretty youthful."