Fran Drescher isn’t in rush to date, feels peaceful alone! Fran Drescher is happily single. Speaking to Closer Weekly, “The Nanny” star explained: “COVID put a damper on [dating], so I put it on a back burner.”
“I like my bubble small with the people that I know live mindfully,” the 63-year-old continued in an interview published on Monday. “With strangers, you really don’t know that. I’m also not in a rush to get into another relationship because I’ve never been in such a satisfying relationship with myself as I am right now. I am using this opportunity to enjoy, without any pressure or stress, where I am in life.”
“The Nanny,” which catapulted Drescher to fame, explored how a cosmetics saleswoman fired from her job and dumped by her boyfriend, becomes the nanny to the three children of a rich English widower living in New York City. And as time passes, the two fall for each other. The show, which ran for six seasons, aired from 1993 until 1999.
“I’m actually very happy and very connected to myself,” Drescher said. “I always say I’m in a relationship with myself and it’s going quite well. Really, for the first time, I feel very peaceful being alone with myself. I practice Buddhist philosophy and I call myself a Bu-Jew.”
These days, Drescher has been keeping busying developing a Broadway musical versionof “The Nanny.” However, Drescher stressed that she and Jacobson will “take as much as the universe offers us to make it as perfect as possible.”
As for her positive outlook on life? Drescher wouldn’t have it any other way.
“Nobody leaves this planet unscathed,” she said. “But what we do with it, how we work through it, and what becomes of us, as a result, is what makes all the difference … Always count your blessings! I think it’s hard, especially for women, to put our own needs first.”
“You know, I started out being strong for my career, and strong for others,” Drescher said. “And it’s taken me my life to become strong for me, to put myself into the equation of my life, to make my needs more important. So now, when I feel self-doubting or rejected, I’ll tell myself, ‘I love you, Fran. I know how special you are.’ It’s Fran and Fran until the end of time. Everybody else is just a player in the story.”
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Fran Drescher isn’t in rush to date! Fran Drescher isn’t in rush to date