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Amy Childs

  • English celebrity
  • Born June 7, 1990

Amy Andrea Childs (born 7 June 1990) is an English television personality, businesswoman and model. She appeared in the first two series of the ITV2 reality series The Only Way Is Essex, and then starred in her own reality series It's All About Amy from 2011 to 2012. Childs came in fourth place in the Channel 5 series Celebrity Big Brother 8 in 2011. In 2014, she participated in the Channel 4 series The Jump.


When it comes to designer, you can't beat Victoria Beckham. I love her stuff.




I need to tone up, as I eat a lot of fast food. I love Maccy D's, Subway and Domino's.




When I go on holiday, I wear wedges. They accentuate your leg, honey, and you have to look good on the beach.




I was always behind in class. There was people in my class who was amazing at art, amazing at maths, amazing at English, but I wasn't clever with anything, even though I tried my hardest.




I just wanted to be myself and that's why I chose to do 'Big Brother,' because I wanted everyone to see the real Amy Childs.




I don't like to look too 'done' - I prefer to look more natural.




Abbey Clancy is incredible. I saw a picture of her in a white suit recently, and she looked amazing. Victoria Beckham always looks classy, and I like Coleen Rooney's style too.




I've always have loved reality programmes. 'Big Brother,' 'I'm A Celebrity,' they're my guilty pleasure.




It was a lot of hard work, but everyone loved my Amy Childs' Collection, so I decided to have a boutique as well as my salon. I love designing my own dresses, and everyone is loving the collection. I can't believe how well the boutique and the clothing online is going.




I'm a huge fan of 'Geordie Shore.' I watch it, and it's just my guilty pleasure. I sit there and can't believe what they are like. However, I have met all the girls, and they are lovely.




I always wanted to have my own boutiques. I'm so passionate about clothing and always have been so business-minded.




I train hard Monday to Friday. I'll do weights and cardio in the gym most mornings and do a spinning class, too.




I've worked so hard for years, and it's just incredible to see my clothes in Dorothy Perkins. I got quite emotional at the launch.




I've got a personal trainer, and I train three times a week.




When I have had a long day at work, I want something to watch that is funny, lighthearted and easy to get into, and reality is that. I'm not really into serious programmes or documentaries.




I love 'Made In Chelsea,' and I think it's a great show.



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