Where were you born.


Where do you live now.


Where are your mother and father from and if you would like to a line or two about them.

My mum was born and raised in London, near Twickenham and my Dad is from South Wales, he grew up in a coal mining family.

My mum has been my rock growing up, we are so close we argue like sisters but I’m fiercely protective of her and always will be.

I don’t have a relationship with my dad so my mum has been my everything.

A couple of things of which you have done or are doing now or in the near future and your inspiration and reasons for doing them.

I’m planning to train as a Pilates instructor this year, I’ve always loved the way pilates makes me feel especially as I’ve had an unhealthy relationship with exercise in the past. Pilates has taught me a healthy balance, teaching me that you can enjoy exercise and I hope by doing this I can help other women who may have a bad relationship with exercise enjoy it too.

What is beauty to you.

Your raw unedited self. Being completely unapologetic about who you are and accepting and embracing your flaws to turn them into your power.

What do you find beautiful in others.

Charismatic, engaging, kind hearted people who bring a positive energy with them. When someone’s personality and charisma means you naturally gravitate towards them and being around them makes you feel good, that’s what I always find beautiful in someone.

What are your thoughts about ageing and beauty.

In the culture we live in today we are constantly told that we’re not enough and that aging is something we must fight against. When actually the most beautiful women are the ones who age gracefully, accepting and embracing the journey. We focus on aging and the negative physical and visual aspects, when aging mentally comes with increased self aweness, acceptance and self love.

What gives you strength in life.

Building the future that I’ve always dreamt of.

What gives you a sense of identity.

Identity is something that I’ve battled with as I’ve always identified as a model as my work has been so all consuming at times and I’ve not really known anything else, this is an unhealthy mindset as it means there is a danger of feeling ‘lost’ when you aren’t working. This is something I’m still working on but I find focusing on other aspects of myself besides what I look like visually really helps, so your personality, talents and the things you enjoy become your strengths.

What do you do to keep in shape physically and how often.

I listen to my body, take rest days when I don’t feel like working out. I find that exercising is like a mental work out for me, it clears my head and makes me feel motivated and energised so I try to do something weather its going to the gym, doing a class or going for a walk as often as I can.

What do you do to keep in your mind in shape.

I started weekly therapy during the pandemic, I now have the tools to understand and manage my thoughts and insecurities. Exercise is like a form of meditation for me so that helps keep my mind in check. 

What do you do to look after your skin.

I struggled with acne for years so I’m the worst person to ask about skin!

What little things do you buy just for you even though they may never be seen or known to others.

Nice underwear, I’ve always been a strong believer that you hold yourself better when you have good underwear on, there is something powerful about knowing what you are wearing underneath your clothes that no one else can see.

What little things do you do just for you even though they may never be seen or known to others.

I always wish for the same thing every birthday, no one will ever know what that is incase it doesn’t come true!

What is one of the most important things for you in you life weather its something you have or are looking to achieve.

Bringing up children to have the close bond I have with my mum as I know how much good it’s done for me.

A moment in your life that had a big effect on who you are now.

My childhood, having a unhealthy relationship with my dad who was very distant gave me a drive to work and become independent. I never had a male figure to rely on and I think as much as this has been damaging in terms of relationships I wouldn’t have the work ethic I have unless I had lived through those experiences.

Any other thoughts on health, mental health, age, beauty, life you would like to share.

Comparison is the thief of joy, never let someones filtered life make you question if you are enough.

Be a radiator not a drain!