Our this year cover model, Amy Willerton, who we sponsored on Miss Universe Great Britain 2013, is in the Australian jungle as part of the ITV reality show I’m a Celebrity - Get Me Out of Here! The 21-year-old beauty qeeen, jetted in from Moscow where she was competing in the global Miss Universe modelling competition to join I’m A Celebrity. But before she enters the jungle camp, here are a few curious facts about Amy:
- Her first shot to fame was as the winner of Katie Price’s TV reality show, “Signed by Katie Price”, two years ago, but subsequently she refused to sign up with the star, instead choosing to forge a career on her own.
- She was first crowned Miss Bristol at age 17, Miss Bath the year after and and Miss London last year. Currently, Miss Great Britain she is the first UK contestant in 30 years to reach the Top 10 at Miss Universe after being placed in the semi-finals this year.
- She dated multi-millionaire diamond dealer Mohamed Shawesh for two years after modelling his jewellery – but they broke up on holiday this year and are sharing custody of their dog Yogi.
- She has been modeling and participated in the charity auction for Orchira pearl jewellery and became the new face of Orchira in 2013.
- She is single and well up for a jungle romance, as she is called herself “completely and utterly single”. She isn’t afraid of spiders, but terrified of china dolls.
Also actor Carlos Ribeiro, presenter Matthew Wright, singer Kian Egan, Olympian Rebecca Adlington, soap stars Laila Morse and Lucy Pargeter and royal dress designer David Emmanue will be in the jungle with model Amy Willerton.
The show starts this Sunday, 17 November at 9pm on ITV1.
Backstage photoshoot add-on for the new Orchira collection that is coming. Beautiful Sara Lou Thomas wearing “Plage de Marseille” pearl and gemstone multi strand necklace
At one of those last minute dress-ups, are you struggle to find something unique to complement your outfit - a brooch is for the rescue. Brooches are an excellent way to accessorise yourself and to add that final magical touch that will complete the look. Here is one of our favorites and one of the very popular designs of flower bouquet pearl brooches, composed of colourful oval shaped pearls
For millennia pearls have been treasured for their exquisite beauty and associated with royalty, glamour and status and with introduction of cultured pearls in the early 20th century, former symbol of privilege became a more popular and affordable adornment. Here is pearl jewellery designs that inspire us: An early 20th century diamond and natural pearl snowflake brooch.
Stone(s): Pearl, Diamond
Metal: Yellow Gold
Source: Lang Antiques
The Romans thought that pearls were tears of the gods frozen inside of oysters.
Freshwater pearls have been used in jewellery worn by Diamond Li Russell at the turn of the 20th century and in multi strand toussades designed by Paloma Picasso. But for the most part they were not taken seriously. Pearl jewellery market was created only in early 1990s when Japanese pearl production declined as a result of an oyster diseases and Chinese scientists figured out how to make quality freshwater pearls.
Pearls were described in a 5,000-year-old Hindu legend about Krishna sn they are mentioned as symbols of wealth in the Talmud and the Bible and were found at 5500-year-old archeological sights in America and Europe.