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Episode 47: "My Unorthodox Life": What You Need to Know

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In My Unorthodox Life, a new reality show on Netflix, Julia Haart has captivated people with her incredible story—how, at age 41, she and three of her children broke from their repressive, ultra-Orthodox Jewish community. Eight years later, she’s the C.E.O. of a major talent agency, after having been the creative director at La Perla. This week, she gives a revealing, candid, and funny interview with Ashley and Mike about why she left and what she’s learned. You’ll find all this and much more—such as a look at London’s post-lockdown social swirl and a fascinating jewel heist—in this week’s Morning Meeting.

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