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Georgia Toffolo uses her books as outlet to ‘talk about her own experience of romance and love’

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Made In Chelsea star Georgia Toffolo has admitted she’s tried to keep her private life as private as possible, and that her way of opening up about her experiences of romance is through her books.

The 26 year old blonde beauty spoke exclusively to OK! Online about how, because she lives so publicly, she likes to keep certain aspects of her life under wraps.

Georgia, also known as ‘Toff’, explained: “I made a decision a few years ago to try and keep my private life as private as possible because I live so publicly. But because I am so open I think I’ve used these books as an outlet to talk about romance.

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“I don’t talk about my own [love life] publicly but there are so many wonderful characters and traits in the book that I know have come from my own experiences and that’s my way of shouting about love.”

The gorgeous queen of the I’m A Celebrity jungle has recently released the second in a a four-book series, named Meet Me In Hawaii.

Georgia, who says she “hasn’t been able to satisfy [her] desire for travel” after going straight into television and fame after school, said the book is “the most enchanting story of love and female friendship.”


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The Torquay-born star continued: “I’m just so fond of the topics we touch upon. She runs a surf school and every few weeks she has an influx of children with disabilities and she really and truly believes that through the therapy of surfing they can build their confidence, regardless of their disabilities.”

The television star, who lives in a beautiful two-storey Chelsea flat with puppy Monty, also opened up on her post-lockdown plans with OK! Online, admitting she’ll be propping herself up in her local French brasserie with a bottle of something, before heading to her favourite night club.

Georgia also admitted travel is high up on the list, when possible, adding: “When I left school I went straight into television and it’s not like ‘oh poor me’, but there are lots of places I want to go that I haven’t had time to.


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“I was meant to be going out to Uganda with my friend Stanley and loads of wonderful things like that, and it’s all been put on hold for now.”

Georgia’s chat with OK! Online comes after the star transformed into the fifth member of pop group ABBA as part of the Jaffa Cakes ‘Be What You Want To Be’ campaign.

Donning iconic outfits which the band once wore, ABBA super fan Georgia admitted her pop star transformation was the “best day of [her] life.”


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“I grooved my way through the day and it was so lovely to have that after the tricky year we’ve all had.”

Georgia, whose favourite ABBA hit is Chiquitita, said she took part in the campaign not solely for her love of Jaffa Cakes but because she liked the message being promoted.

“So many people’s dreams are on hold and I think there’s so many things that people are dying to do and I do hope people will chase those dreams and not sort of put them in the bin,” she explained.

And clearing up the on-going debate of whether a Jaffa Cake is in fact a cake or a biscuit, the blonde beauty said: “It’s a cafe in the biscuit aisle. That’s what it is. I’m glad I finally got clarity because I’m a big Jaffa Cakes fan and for many years now I think I’ve been questioning whether it’s a cake or biscuit, but I’m told it is a cake.”

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