When I was younger I was told to lose some weight because I was a little bit chubbier, but I didn't dream of modelling in Milan or anywhere like that because I don't find toilet paper too tasty.
— Vogue Williams
My sister is a lesbian and I want her to have that same feeling. A civil partnership is not the same as marriage. She's in a serious relationship with a girl I am obsessed with. I would love her to marry her girlfriend because I love her so much.
There were definitely difficult times growing up, but it was always generally OK.
I would love a radio show, a bit like when Nicky Byrne sat in for Ryan Tubridy.
I want to promote a healthy lifestyle where I'm toned, I'm not too skinny, I'm the weight I want to be.
I was always more street-smart than academic, as such, but I took a Mensa test once and did quite well in it.
Taming Spencer wasn't anything to do with me. He had already grown up and was ready for a relationship. Ready for this kind of relationship.
Black is just such an easy colour to wear and always looks cool and slick.
Before I was pregnant, I felt strong but not fit.
Make-up wise Charlotte Tilbury, Estee Lauder, and Bobbi Brown are my favourites.
I won't be made to feel guilty about being a working mum; it's my choice, and I know I'm doing a good job.
The most challenging part of my life is probably my anxiety, to be honest. I have to try to keep it under control and to make sure I feel alright.
As women, we put a lot of pressure on ourselves, because everyone is different and you're never going to be someone else.
That's the joy of having a dog. You have to walk them no matter how awful you feel.
I went on a whole new skincare regime that included two cleansers, two moisturisers, three serums and face pads with glycolic acid in them.
Everyone always asks me about my hair... I usually have extensions in.
I try to be healthy during the week, then go a bit wild at the weekend.
I was such a messer. I would go to my room and pretend to study, but I'd really just take a nap. I was suspended twice as I was such a brat, but the nuns loved me so I got away with it for as long as I could.
Marriage is a great thing and it's nice to have that family bond with someone.
London seems like such a small place now that I've been there for a while.
You will never see me on the bike or treadmill for long periods of time; I just use them for one-minute sprints between sets.
Certainly I'm not overweight. I'm the perfect weight for my height.
I don't know where I got the height from; dad was only five-foot-seven and my brother's five-foot eight.
People had said to me how giving birth is like a marathon, and because I did train throughout the pregnancy I think it gave me that extra energy that I needed.
My style always depends on my mood.
I don't model anymore, there's, like, zero pressure for me to get back into shape.
I've used fake tan since my teens. I remember walking into school at 14 with orange hands!
As a mum, the last thing you need is to be parent-shamed.
I know wearing a bikini is a thing a lot of women dread, but I keep up my training regime whether it's winter or summer, so my body always stays the same.
Spencer is nearly as much of a neat freak as me!
I believe in everything in moderation but I try to be careful about what I eat.
I do spend a lot of money on skincare now because I've become quite obsessed with it. I love brands like Dermalogica and IMAGE skincare.
I love DJing and being asked to DJ at the Ocean Beach club was something I couldn't refuse; once I got on the decks and saw everyone dancing I felt in my element!
I don't think diets work - when you stop, you just put the weight back on.
I liked bands like Oasis and The Prodigy.
I think I just wanted to run after my dad died, so I ran to Australia. It's only looking back that I think that, though. I never would have done anything like that before; it was so out of character.
I think people are weirded out that I like being single.
Regardless of if I'm a size 6 or 26 it's nobody's business and nobody has the right to body shame me or anyone else.
I can't do without real food and I love chocolate.
I'm a tan addict.
I like my jeans fitted but I wear quite baggy tops and slouchy jackets.
Some days I can dress really girlie and other days I'll be more androgynous.
I've worked every job under the sun, from waitressing in my teens, to clocking hours on a construction site in London (I have degrees in quantity surveying and construction). I modelled on the side and starred on reality TV in Ireland.
I do think social media can be positive - there are so many parents online sharing their experiences. I talk to other parents and I've made some brilliant friends. But it can also be nasty.
Good on every mother, whether they breastfeed or not, because this is not an easy job and as long as you and your baby are healthy and happy, that's all that counts.
I understand that it's hard seeing gorgeous girls on Instagram and wanting a body like theirs, but I think we need to be happier in our own bodies and understand that we're gorgeous just the way we are.
I'd love to have legs like supermodel Gisele Bundchen!
If I'm not working, I usually wear my gym gear and a fresh face.
For me I went to two different skin clinics, I went to the London Skin and Hair Clinic in Holborn first. They gave me quite a few peels over a few months and then put me on a prescribed antibiotic as my skin had got so bad.
I used to have a bright pink, shiny bubble jacket when I was young. My mum made me wear it.