Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo captured the nation’s hearts with her unfailing positivity, warmth and can-do attitude when she was crowned Queen of the Jungle on ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here’ and is now a regular face on ITV’s ‘This Morning’.
Toff first rose to fame whilst starring in the award-winning E4 series Made in Chelsea becoming a firm favourite with the viewers as the show’s sunniest socialite. Georgia then swapped the King’s Road for the Australian outback in 2017’s I’m A Celebrity… captivating audiences with her down-to-earth nature, determination and zest for life (as well as her heart-warming friendship with politician Stanley Johnson!)
Her infectious personality made her the most backed star in the show’s history, consistently topping each and every public vote to eventually become Queen of the Jungle. Her determination to succeed saw her emerge as an overnight role-model for girls and young women, as she proved that with a positive attitude and self-belief, women can accomplish anything they set out to achieve.
Resonating with a broad new audience, Georgia is now a regular face on ITV’s This Morning, covering both light-hearted and in-depth issues. Her openness around her struggles with acne on the show has become one of This Morning’s most-watched videos, and has ignited her passion to help other young women around confidence and self-esteem.
Away from the camera, Georgia’s debut book ‘Always Smiling’ was released in September 2018, sharing her experiences and how she has learnt to keep a smile on her face no matter what life throws at her. She was previously a columnist for The Sunday Times Style Magazine and has recently launched her very own YouTube channel where she will be taking fans on her life journey including discussions on skin, make-up, fashion and positivity amongst young people.
Aspirational, intelligent, relatable and a constant ray of sunshine, Toff is very much one-of-a-kind.