She’s been crowned the Queen Of The Jungle but Georgia “Toff” Toffolo has admitted she was given VIP treatment on the show before she became royalty.
Numerous viewers had noticed she seemed to be wearing make-up despite it being banned as a luxury item and wondered how she got away with it.
Now the Made In Chelsea star has revealed that she was allowed to have foundation because of a skin condition that blights her self-esteem.
She told The Sun: “I honestly wouldn’t have been able to look any of my campmates in the eye if I didn’t have my make-up on.
“When producers told me it was banned I broke down in tears and said, ‘I can’t do this’.
“I’ve been to the doctors so much over the years. It’s a medical problem and I’ve been on strong tablets for six months trying to get rid of them.
“So show bosses agreed that, because it was a medical problem, I was allowed to put foundation on once a day in the morning.
“I wish I could walk around with no make-up on but I have big angry red marks all down the side of my cheeks.
Using one of her classic lines that she said to Ant and Dec during her Bushtucker Trials, she added: “Some people don’t understand how badly it affects my confidence and upsets me.”
Numerous viewers had spotted the 23-year-old was wearing cosmetics and questioned how she got away with it, as the only luxury item she was given that they knew of was fake tan in her care package.
Toff revealed that she didn’t have to wear as much foundation as the show went on, as her restricted diet – which caused her to lose more than half a stone in weight – actually helped her skin condition.
She said: “Being in the jungle has been amazing for my skin. I think it must be something I’m eating. I’m going to have allergy tests.”
In her exclusive interview with the paper, Toff admitted it wasn’t just her skin that caused her to have low self-esteem.
She also worried about her “flat” chest so smuggled chicken fillets into camp inside her bikini top!
However, one burst when she lay on it so she then had to go without.
The reality TV star was only known to MiC fans before she went into the jungle and now she’s been inundated with offers to keep her in the public eye.
It’s thought she could be given her own show or offered a presenting role on a programme like This Morning along with modelling contracts.