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She fears that her age will rule out having children even if she did find someone to settle down with. The actress said: "I think I've finally come to terms with the fact that it's not going to happen.
"I'm single and I think that by the time I met someone - if I were ever to meet the right person, which I don't think I will, because I am too fussy - my biological clock means that it will be too late. Miss Sawahla split from her partner of two years Rich Annetts - described as a "water gypsy" - last year after landing plum roles in Bafta-nominated drama Cranford and her current part of Dorcas Lane in gentle drama Lark Rise to Candleford.
There was speculation that the demands of her career was at odds with the quiet rural life they led together after moving to rural Somerset.
She admitted: "I've got a string of disastrous relationships behind me. "When I split up with my boyfriend last year it was quite daunting to me, but I thought I needed to be on my own now, because I never really gave myself any time on my own.
Julia Sawalha (born 9 September 1968) is an English actress known mainly for her role as Saffron Monsoon in Absolutely Fabulous.
She is also known for portraying Lynda Day, editor of the Junior Gazette, in Press Gang and Lydia Bennet in the 1995 television miniseries of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.
"I would say in the past six months I've suddenly got really strong and happy with my own company." Miss Sawahla split from previous boyfriend fellow actor Alan Davies, her co-star in Jonathan Creek, in 2004 after two years amid reports that he refused to commit.
He was branded a "miserable git" by her sister Nadia Sawahla after complaining about photographs published of him attending her wedding to TV producer Mark Adderley in OK! The two sisters are now close but did not end the feud until after Miss Sawahla's relationship with Mr Davies finished.
From 1991–94, she starred in the ITV family comedy Second Thoughts and continued with her character, Hannah (Lynda Bellingham's daughter), in the British Comedy Award-winning Faith in the Future (1995–98).She is of Jordanian, English, and French Huguenot ancestry.She is part of an acting family; Sawalha's father Nadim appeared in the James Bond movies The Spy Who Loved Me and The Living Daylights, while her sister Nadia starred in the soap East Enders and is now a television presenter and chat show host with whom she has appeared on Lily Savage's Blankety Blank."I was always with somebody, because you think that's the norm, what you have to do."And I think you have to be emotionally a very strong person to be on your own.