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Cheska Hull shot to fame as an original cast member on the first series of Made in Chelsea.
Filming alongside the likes of Francis Boulle and Frederik Ferrier, Cheska was one of the breakout stars of the debut series of the hit reality show.
However, following her stint on the show, the former PR girl's life returned to normality and she now lives away from the limelight.
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After leaving the show in 2014, the now 35 year old relocated to Devon where she now runs a local boutique Amelia’s Attic with her mother.
It was here that she met local chef Tom Huggett, the father of her son Charlie.
Cheska returned to Made In Chelsea in 2017 to share her pregnancy news with her best friends Ollie Locke and Binky Felsted.
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Sadly, things didn’t work out with Tom and Cheska raises her son Charlie as a single mum following their split during her pregnancy.
Cheska reportedly named her newborn son after Prince Charles, after he was born on the same day as the Prince of Wales.
Last year, Cheska appeared in a news segment on Good Morning Britain discussing holidaymakers flooding to Devon during the pandemic.
She was billed as a ‘local business owner’ rather than a reality star.
Cheska looked unrecognisable from her days on Made In Chelsea with her formerly blonde hair now a more natural brunette shade.
Cheska previously said that her reality TV dabblings left her with "anxiety and depression" and that her friends and family begged her to leave the show.
She said: "Friends told me to just stop [filming] but part of me was scared. I had a degree and an education, but I didn't know how I could get a serious job after the show."
She added: "Depression and anxiety were a price I paid for reality TV fame.
"I was so low, I felt I couldn't film, but I'd signed a contract. There were days I couldn't get out of bed. I would dread the thought of walking down the street."
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By the time she left, she was unable to hear the theme tune without feeling a sense of panic.
However, Cheska credits her move to Devon as the "best form of therapy".
“The best therapy was coming down here and being able to close the door on that London life,” she’s said.
“I work and look after my baby. That’s much more fun than going to a premiere or walking down the Kings Road,” said Cheska
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