Heather Mills done with reality TV - for now
Heather Mills insists she's done with reality TV for the moment as she feels she's done all the shows that are physically challenging
Heather Mills is done with reality TV - for now.
The 47-year-old star - who appeared on Channel 4's 'The Jump' earlier this year despite having a prosthetic leg - insists she has no plans to sign up for 'Celebrity Big Brother' or 'I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!' anytime soon as she only wants to do things that are "inspirational" to other people who are less able-bodied.
She told BANG Showbiz: "I only do things that are motivational and inspirational. You know, I've done the dancing one which helped a load of people overcome their fear of doing activities with prosthetic legs. Then I did the ice dancing, broke most of my bones and managed to get more people to do that. And skiing was just showing that everything is possible."
The blonde beauty - who was married to The Beatles star Sir Paul McCartney from 2002 to 2008 - also claimed that despite her disadvantage, she was much more eager to get on the slopes than her fellow contestants.
She explained: "On 'The Jump' I worked with other celebrities who were scared to death to get on the [ski] jump. I was the first one to get on it and get off it and they were like, 'Oh God, how pathetic if we don't get on it'. That's why people improved and moved to a bigger jump than they'd ever done before.
"I don't believe in fear because I worked in a war zone for years and didn't lose my leg, came back to England lost my leg, crushed my pelvis, punctured my lung and split my head open. So when it's time to go it's time to go."