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Lauren Graham Covers Good Housekeeping’s January 2017 Issue

Famous Actress and Best Author Lauren Graham covers the January Issue of Good Housekeeping magazine.

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In this issue, the famous Actress is playing the role of  unorthodox single mom, her relationship with ex co-star Peter Krause, her inspiration to writing best selling novel and much more.

In the photo spread, the 49 year old actress poses in fashionable way for her photograph in the dress by Kate Spade and Milly, heels from SJP by Sarah Jesica Parker, and jewelry from Henri Bendel, Effy and Shashi.

Be sure to see the highlights from Miss Lauren Graham interview below, and make sure to grab a copy of Good Housekeeping when the issue hits in Decemeber.

On playing two similarly unconventional single moms of teens in Gilmore Girls and Parenthood:

“There are things at which I’m excellent and there are things which are simply not for me. I’m not gonna play a cop, I’m now not gonna play a doctor…and that’s enough. I would alternatively go for roles which might be actually verbal and smart and funny.”

On which character she relates to more – Gilmore Girls’ Lorelai Gilmore or Parenthood’s Sarah Braverman:

“I relate more to Lorelai Gilmore, likely. I mean, I speak fast more in mindset and just in athleticism of what that work is and was for me, as an actor, that’s a place I sense actually at ease and exhilarated, so, in that manner I guess I relate a bit more to that world and that language.”

On her relationship with long-time love, former Parenthood co-star Peter Krause:

“We couldn’t stop from talking. Not about ourselves, but about the world and books and family. as soon as we were together, there was no game play. It was like, you like me, and i love you. It gave me an know-how of life: that’s how things happen”.

On her surprising hidden talent:

“I actually want to entertain. None of my characters ever cook, so I think it’s exciting that I really like to.”

On her inspiration to become an author:

“In the future in my trailer in Parenthood I looked up and i had the afternoon, and it simply kind of occurred as a way to be innovative and but not need to be a part of any other structure. It was type of a revelation that I could simply do something by myself and the fact that it has now given me other work is like icing. I just did it for fun.”