Nicola McLean
Nicola McLean

The 37-year-old former glamour model has two sons, Rocky, 12, and Striker, eight, with footballer husband, Tom Williams, and the blonde beauty has revealed she wants her kids to do “whatever they want” as a career and she won’t force them to go into higher education if they don’t want too.

Appearing as a panellist on Channel 5 TV show ‘Jeremy Vine’, she revealed: “I want them to do whatever they want to do, but I certainly don’t have any push or anything. My eldest is quite good at school but he doesn’t necessarily push himself that far and I’m like, ‘It’s up to you, it’s your life.’ ”

Nicola began her modelling career as a Page Three girl posing topless in the pages of The Sun and Daily Star newspapers and then going on to become a men’s magazine regular.

The blonde beauty then launched a successful TV career with appearances on reality shows such as ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!’, ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ and WAGS’ World… With Nicola McLean’.

Nicola went straight into work and never went to university herself and she doesn’t think she would have coped with student life due to her struggle with anxiety.

She said: “I like controlled environments, so uni for me would have been a headache and also I’m not smart. I could do a degree in life but I couldn’t do a degree in English or anything like that. I wouldn’t have enjoyed the lifestyle. My anxiety wouldn’t have allowed me to go to university, I need controlled situations.”

Disclaimer: News Ghana is not responsible for the reportage or opinions of contributors published on the website.

Send your news stories to [email protected] and via WhatsApp on +1-508-812-0505 

Previous articleScott Mitchell confirms Barbara has real issues
Next articleNPP’s Kofi Agyepong ties the knot with his Sweetheart
BANG Showbiz is the world’s premier entertainment news agency providing the most exciting celebrity news to online, print and broadcast media outlets across the globe. BANG was established in 1997 by Fleet Street showbiz columnist Rick Sky – who was entertainment editor on The Sun, Daily Mirror and Daily Star – to serve the UK and world media with entertainment stories. BANG derives its superb editorial content from Rick’s years of experience and his creation of a team of talented journalists writing the hottest celebrity news for audiences around the world and across the web.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here