Who is Georgia Toffolo?
English television personality Georgia Toffolo who made her appearance on E4 reality television series Made in Chelsea and won the seventeenth series of ITV’s I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! in 2017. She then joined the British daytime television program This Morning as a reporter.
|Birth Name||Georgia Valerie Toffolo|
|Date of Birth||23 October 1994|
|Place of Birth||Torquay, Devon, England|
|Age||26 years old|
|Height||5 feet 4 inches or 162.5 cm|
|Weight||52 kg or 115 lbs|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Distinctive Features||Petite frame|
Early Life: Family and Education
Georgia Toffolo was born on 23 October 1994, in Torquay, Devon, England to parents Gary Bennett and Nicola Toffolo.
Georgia Toffolo attended Stoodley Knowle independent Catholic girl school, Torquay Grammar School for Girls, The Maynard School, and Blundell’s School.
She then enrolled at the University of Westminster to study Law but later she dropped out.
Georgia Toffolo Personal Life
Georgia is currently in relationship with the jeweler Charles Goode, who is her longtime friend.
Before her romantic link up with Goode, she had dated James Middleton, George Lineker, and Richard Dinan.
In 2014, Georgia Toffolo debuted on TV appearing as herself in the reality TV series, Made in Chelsea.
Her appearance in the third series of Celebs Go Dating and the seventeenth series of ITV’s I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!
Georgia Toffolo Favorites
- Nightclub – Timepiece in Exeter City
- Hair Product – Coco Shine
- Beauty Product – La Lune Noire tooth whitening powder
- Food – Beef Wellington
Georgia Toffolo Net Worth
According to several media outlets, Georgia Toffolo’s net worth is estimated to be around $500 thousand dollars.
Social Media Profiles
- Instagram – toffgeorgia
- Twitter – tofftalks
Georgia Toffolo Facts
While studying law, she worked at a family run solicitors in Devon and law firm Family Law in Partnership in London and Georgia .
After graduation, she worked at an old people’s home and a charity shop for two years.
In 2015, she worked for a centre think tank called Parliament Street as head of events.
During the Westminster terror attack, Georgia was at an awards event in the House of Commons, and got locked inside with everyone else.
She is a member of the Conservative Party since she was in secondary school.