Made in Chelsea legend Cheska Hull, who was one of the original cast members, has opened up about her new life away from the cameras.
While the 37-year-old has now settled down in Devon, back in 2011, she was a no-nonsense reality TV icon, starring alongside the likes of Spencer Matthews and Binky Felstead.
But after three years on E4, she decided it was time to move on.
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And aside from a brief cameo in 2017 to announce that she was pregnant with her first child with ex-boyfriend, Tom Huggett, viewers haven't seen her since.
After leaving the hit show behind, she met the love of her life, telling Closer Magazine: "I was single for a while, focusing on motherhood and my family business. Then, last year, I remember I was waiting to pick up my son in the playground. I looked over and was like, 'That's the kind of guy I should be with'.
"I didn't know if he was married or what the situation was; I just thought 'Oh, he looks lovely. I wish I was with someone like that'.
"The rest is history."
Hull is now in a devoted relationship with her boyfriend, Damian Cook, living as a blended family, with his two daughters and her son, Charlie.
Despite avoiding the public eye, Hull still regularly updates her 72.8k followers, telling them all about her family and her latest ventures.
In addition to working in PR, she's taken great pride in founding her own business named, Made By Cheska, which turns oysters into earrings and interior ornaments.
She ensures that every shell has been hand-painted, with many adorned with images, which she seals into the shell by hand through the decoupage technique.
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