TV chef Nigella Lawson has said despite her split from Charles Saatchi hogging the headlines, that she hates conflict.
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.
There will be no further action by police over Nigella Lawson's admissions that she took drugs, Scotland Yard said today.
The Grillo sisters have said that they do not feel guilty that celebrity chef Nigella Lawson had to reveal in court that she had taken cocaine.
Elisabetta Grillo, who prefers to be referred to as Lisa, said: "I feel sorry that we ended up in that situation, that she had to admit that, but no, not guilty because her life [has nothing] to do with me."
Fransesca Grillo added: "We were in court, not to do with her drug use, [or] because we wanted her to be punished in any kind of way. And in her admitting - I think she was very brave to do so. But I didn't feel guilty."
Nigella Lawson's former personal assistants have said they may have won their legal battle but the celebrity chef has won the hearts of the British public.
Elisabetta and Francesca Grillo spoke to ITV This Morning following their acquittal last month on charges of fraudulently using company credit cards, spending hundreds of thousands of pounds on designer goods for themselves.
"We have won the court case but definitely she had the most support from the public. She is well loved and she will always be loved and I am sure she will be fine," Francesca Grillo, 35, told the programme.
"She is great at what she is doing and I wish her all the best."
They worked as personal assistants to Lawson and her ex-husband Charles Saatchi.
The former personal assistants of Nigella Lawson and Charles Saatchi have said they do not feel guilty the TV chef had to admit her drug use in public at their trial.
In their first television interview after being cleared of defrauding the former couple, Lisa Grillo told ITV's This Morning: "I feel sorry that we ended up in that situation, that she did admit to that. But no, not guilty, because it was nothing to do with me, it's her life."
Her sister Francesca added: "It was our freedom. We were in court not because of her drug use or because we wanted her to be punished. In admitting it I think she was very brave to do so, good for her for doing so. But I didn't feel guilty."
Francesca spoke of the potential impact of the trial on Nigella. She said: "I think maybe we won the case but definitely she had the most support from the public.
"She is well loved and she will always be loved. I'm sure she will be fine. She's great at what she's doing and I wish her all the best."
TV cook Nigella Lawson has said that she has "eaten a lot of chocolate" since appearing as a witness in the trial of her two former assistants.
The mother-of-two appeared on US TV show Good Morning America to promote her new show, but was also asked about the court case, which saw her face allegations of drug-taking.
ITV News Reporter Lewis Vaughan Jones on her appearance:
Celebrity cook Nigella Lawson said she was determined not to dwell on her ordeal as a witness in the trial of her two former assistants. Speaking on Good Morning America, she said:
It is one of the niceties of the English legal system that you are not allowed counsel if you are a witness, but you know maybe that will change, maybe that is good.
To have your not only your private life, but distortions of your private life on display is mortifying, but you know, there are people going through an awful lot worse, and to dwell on any of it would be self-pity and I don't like to do that.
Celebrity cook Nigella Lawson has made her first TV appearance since the fraud trial of her former assistants.
She told US show Good Morning America that she found her experience of being a witness at the trial of her former assistants "mortifying" and reiterated her frustration that she was not allowed counsel as a witness.
The TV cook said she couldn't really remember her time on the witness stand.
"My only desire was really to protect my children as much as possible which at times, alas, I couldn't do. But, since then you know, I have eaten a lot of chocolate, I had a lovely Christmas and had a lovely new year."
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."