Gemma Collins wants her own gardening show
- Bang Showbiz
- 3 September 2021
Former 'TOWIE' star Gemma Collins would love to front her own gardening show and she's planning to get the ball moving later this month
Gemma Collins wants to host her own gardening show.
The former 'TOWIE' star has revealed her plans to network at the Chelsea Flower Show later this month as she looks to land a new television programme showing off her skills.
Speaking on her BBC podcast, she said: "I desperately want a gardening show.
"I know you all love me for the reality, but actually youngsters need to know the power of gardening and how much it can bring to your life.
"I've been very busy in the garden and I can't wait to get to the Chelsea Gardening Show. Who knows? I could have my own patch there one day with my own fabulous magical garden."
The 40-year-old star admitted she even thought about signing up for a course during lockdown, but she wasn't sure what people would think when she turned up.
She added: "I've learnt so much this year. I was thinking of doing a gardening course at my local college.
"But then I was like, 'Are they going to think I'm not taking this serious?' Or a bit strange, like, 'Gemma Collins is turning up to do a gardening course?!'
"I think if my schedule allows, it is something I want to do."
Meanwhile, the 'Diva Forever' star recently revealed she would love to have a baby with boyfriend Rami Hawash, and she wants to document their whole endeavour for a television show.
She said: "I'm ready for a baby. I am going to try next year. I'm really excited about it. That'll be the next show I do, 'Gemma Collins: Making The Baby.' "
Gemma previously revealed she is hoping to start a family as soon as possible and would love to have as many kids as she is blessed with but she suffers from Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and last year devastatingly suffered a third miscarriage, but she had no idea she was pregnant at the time.
She said: "As soon as the universe helps me out, I'll be giving birth...
"On bad days, I worry that those lost pregnancies were my only chance of motherhood. At the same time, I am trying to trust in Fate."