From the girl next door to becoming a Page three regular, Rhian Sugden rose to fame when she competed in the UK series of Celebrity Big Brother. With over 250,000 followers on her Instagram profile she has received a lot of love and appreciation for her modelling work and reality TV presence.
Women Fitness’ President Namita Nayyar recently got the chance to interview this stunner about her beauty essentials, fitness regime and eating tips.
Ms. Namita Nayyar:
You are popular on Page 3, of The Sun Magazine and have appeared in a movie named Your Highness in 2011 and the reality show Celebrity Big Brother 10. Your journey in the modelling realm has been nothing but spectacular. Share with us the journey that you have had to make a mark for yourself in the entertainment industry?
Ms. Rhian Sugden:
My journey has been a very fun one! It has been unplanned throughout and I have just taken every day as it comes. I come from a very small family in Manchester and we had nothing really. I have always worked hard for as long as I can remember.
From working in supermarkets from the age of 14 and even having two jobs on the go by the age of 16. When I started in the world of modelling I still kept (and still have) other jobs. When I get a successful casting/TV show/modelling job it’s an added bonus to my life but I have always made sure I don’t rely on the unpredictable life that self-employment brings. It can be stressful and a constant worry. That isn’t the kind of pressure I want to put on myself.
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