Georgia Harrison is a Former The Only Way Is Essex personality who continued her reality television career when she appeared on the third series of Love Island 2017. She has recently put out her own calendar with stunning modeling photos. Georgia Harrison is a fitness lover and loves to try out healthy recipes.
Lets check out more about this beautiful lady in a candid interview with Namita Nayyar, President Women Fitness.
Ms. Namita Nayyar:
You first appeared on TV in season 13 of TOWIE and then on the third series of Love Island. This has propelled your acting career to the height where you have been at the top of the world of being a television actress. Walk us through your incredible journey and tell us how it all began?
Ms. Georgia Harrison:
Yes many people will remember my media career started on The only way is Essex when I was just 19 years old. I was approached directly to be on TOWIE by production due to my strong connections with the cast at the time. They actually rang me and left me a voicemail enquiring whether I would come to Ibiza to film with them for the week! I thought it might have been my friends pranking me at first! I ended up flying out there on my own under the condition I didn’t tell anyone where I was going or what I was doing. It was very daunting at such a young age but sure enough it all worked out and I made friends for life and without a doubt it paved the way to my success. I’m very grateful to everyone working on Towie who helped me get to this point.
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