She speaks to her fashion designer mother, Pearl, every day; considers her step-father, the musician Danny Goffey, one of her greatest influences and knows every detail of her three younger siblings daily routines down to the eating habits of the pet dog. Up until her early teens, her mother struggled with a serious drug problem (she has now been clean for almost thirteen years) and Daisy often found herself playing the little adult.When Pearl decided she needed to leave the North London home that was party central to the likes of Kate Moss and Jude Law in order to focus on her recovery, Pearl’s parents – Edgar and Leila Davies - stepped in to look after Daisy who was in the midst of her GCSEs.Daisy confronted her mother, who admitted to a one-night stand with Rossdale.Daisy and Pearl's lawyers arranged a paternity test, which Rossdale at first refused.‘I’ve completely changed,’ she announces during our chat following Grazia’s live shoot.‘I used to be such a Saffy [the super sensible daughter in Ab Fab.] I worried about a lot of things.
Daisy's paternity was not questioned early on, and Pearl listed "Bronner Lowe" on Daisy's birth certificate without informing Lowe that he may not be the father.After a back injury, he went on to become a member of the National Youth Theatre. at London's Royal Court Theatre and was nominated (with the rest of the cast) for a 2008 Laurence Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre.At age 26, he became the youngest actor to be cast as the lead in Britain's popular sci-fi TV series Born in Northampton, Northamptonshire, England, on October 28, 1982, Matthew Robert Smith attended a state secondary school, Northampton School for Boys. Smith also won the Evening Standard's "Best Newcomer" award."It does not mean that it comes with the territory.It's my body, and it should be my choice, and the fact that it is not my choice is absolutely disgusting. It's disgusting." Lawrence said of those who carried out the hacking: "I just can't imagine being that detached from humanity.