Kimberley Garner: I don't miss Made in Chelsea
Former 'Made in Chelsea' star Kimberley Garner insists she doesn't miss being on the E4 reality show because she is loving life without it
Kimberley Garner doesn't miss being on 'Made in Chelsea'.
The blonde stunner appeared in the E4 reality show's third series last year, during which time she dated Richard Dinan, and while she insists her life has taken a turn for the better since quitting the programme, she is planning to watch the show when it returns for its sixth series next month.
She exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "I'm not missing 'Made in Chelsea' at all. Things have gone so well since.
"I'm glad I did it but it's been a long time.
"Life is just really good at the moment. I'm working on my second swimwear collection at the moment and I'm really happy with it. It's my dream job.
"I'm still in touch with a few people, Gabriella, Harriet and Richard, but I don't think they're on the show anymore. We're still friends.
"I'll definitely be watching when it comes back."
Despite her busy schedule, Kimberley turned out to support adventurer Bear Grylls at the launch of his new TV show 'Bear Grylls: Escape from Hell' at Battersea Power Station last night (25.09.13) and admitted she is always pleased to support a fellow Christian.
She added: "Bear goes to my church and he speaks so well. He's so passionate and inspirational and it's just wonderful that he's got a love for God.
"I'm here to support him and it's nice to have another Christian in the industry."
Bear entered his launch event in dramatic style by abseiling down the famous London landmark, which had flames projected onto it followed by planned explosions much to the surprise of the watching crowd.
However, the explosions and flame images also came as a shock to the local fire brigade who turned up at the launch in two fire engines after some onlookers on the other side of the River Thames mistakenly reported the iconic building was alight.
TV presenter Richard Bacon, who was hosting the launch, made light of the situation.
He said: "We asked the fire brigade why they were here and they said people had called them saying there was a fire.
"This is definitely the most exciting TV show launch I've ever been to!"
Bear is back in his brand-new series, 'Bear Grylls: Escape from Hell', premiering on Discovery Channel October 7 at 9pm (Sky 520 and Virgin 211).