Lucy Watson began her broadcasting career as a runner for ‘Stars in Your Eyes’. She later became a researcher for ITV shows like “You’ve Been Framed!” and ’60 Minute Makeover’. To further her career as a reporter, she returned to university to earn a journalism degree and began covering top stories for BBC Radio Merseyside and then Real Radio in Manchester. She did radio broadcasts for six months before joining ITV Granada in Manchester as a television reporter.

In 2008, he secured a position with ITV Central and moved to Birmingham, after which he began presenting weekend news bulletins and late news programmes. Two years later, she became the North of England correspondent for the ITV breakfast show ‘Daybreak’. In 2011, she replaced Nick Dixon as the New York correspondent for the show, later becoming China correspondent with ITV News in 2014. However, she gained fame after launching her acting career in 2012 with a role lead on the E4 reality television series. ‘Made in Chelsea’.

Lucy Watson, who grew up surrounded by animals on a farm in Surrey, learned to love animals from an early age. As soon as she was old enough to realize that the meat she had been eating came from animals that were once alive, she decided to become a vegetarian. According to her, it is wrong to differentiate between farm animals like sheep, cows, ducks, and chickens and pets like cats and dogs, since they are all living creatures with feelings that deserve to live. She later opened a vegan restaurant with her sister Tiffany’s. However, she sparked controversy by stating in her 2017 vegan cookbook that most people should become vegetarians for ethical reasons. Ruby Tandoh, food writer and former ‘Great British Bake Off’ finalist, criticized his comments by stating that he cannot “dictate people’s lives from a Sloane throne”. To build his argument, he listed a number of valid reasons such as “disordered eating, lack of access to vegan foods, disability, medical problems, poverty, and the myriad social and cultural reasons” that may determine the way certain people eat. .

This prompted a response from Watson, who in turn claimed that Ruby took her statement personally because her own cookbook promoted meat and dairy through various recipes.Lucy Watson was born on February 20, 1991 in Manchester, England, the daughter of Clive Watson, owner of a multi-million dollar pub and restaurant chain, and his wife Fiona Lygo. She has a younger sister named Tiffany, born in November 1993. They have two younger half-brothers named Alfie and Edwin. She attended St. Catherine’s School in Bramley and later entered Godalming College. After beginning her career in television, she took the time to attend college to earn a degree in journalism. Her father has been a guest star on the television series ‘Made in Chelsea’. Her sister Tiffany also joined the cast of the show in 2014.

Shortly after joining the cast of ‘Made In Chelsea’, Lucy Watson became caught up in a love triangle with Spencer Matthews and Louise Thompson. In 2013, during the show’s fifth season, she began a relationship with Spencer. However, she ended the relationship two months later after learning that he had been unfaithful while on vacation. She reportedly dated another co-star, Oliver Proudlock, for a couple of months in 2014. She then got involved with another cast from the show, Jamie Laing. However, she has been in a relationship with James Dunmore, also from ‘Made in Chelsea’, since 2015. She reportedly left the show in 2016 to spend more time with her boyfriend.

Fast facts

Birthday February 20, 1991

British nationality

Celebrities: vegans, journalists

Sun sign: Pisces

Born in: Manchester

Famous as Reporter, Reality Star, Entrepreneur

Family: Father: Clive Watson Mother: Fiona Lygo Siblings: Alfie, Edwin, Tiffany Partner: James Dunmore (2017–) City: Manchester, England Further education information: Godalming College, St Catherine’s School, Bramley, Upton Hall School FCJ