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Nigella Lawson told The Mail on Sunday's Event magazine that she had "toughened up" in the past year.
She added in a statement issued to the newspaper by her publicist Mark Hutchinson: "I will survive this and move forward. I just want to focus on family life and work."
Ms Lawson also spoke of how she is now throwing her energies into her latest project, new TV show The Taste.
Commander Stephen Watson said the evidence heard in the trial at Isleworth Crown Court would have "implications".
He told The Sunday Telegraph: "Part and parcel of that review we will undertake will be to look at all aspects of the testimony that was given in the trial, which is now public knowledge, and will reveal itself in the transcripts of the trial.
"There are implications in terms of what has been said during the course of that trial and all those implications will be taken into account in determining an appropriate way forward."
Police are to review TV cook Nigella Lawson's admission that she took cocaine.
The 53-year-old "Domestic Goddess" revealed during the fraud trial of her two former assistants that she took the class A drug twice.
Once with her late husband John Diamond when he found out he had terminal cancer, and in July 2010 when she claimed she was being "subjected to intimate terrorism" by her former husband, Charles Saatchi.
Scotland Yard said on Friday that officers would not look into the issue at this stage, but the force would review the decision if new evidence came to light.
But in a statement released last night, the force revealed that "a specialist team from the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) will examine the evidence emerging as part of a review into this matter".
The full statement released by Nigella Lawson said:
"I am disappointed but unsurprised by this verdict," a statement released by Nigella Lawson said today.
The case against former Nigella Lawson's former aides is not over for them yet.
There are still civil proceedings outstanding for the £685,000 that the couple are trying to recover.
Scotland Yard will not investigate claims that TV cook Nigella Lawson took cocaine but will review the decision if new evidence comes to light, the force said.
Latest ITV News reports
Celebrity cook Nigella Lawson said she was "disappointed but unsurprised" after her two former personal assistants were cleared of fraud.
The revelations that emerged in the fraud trial of two former aides to Nigella Lawson are unlikely to damage the TV chef's meteoric career.