In the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! documentary, Nella Rose might be subject to bushtucker trials and testing conditions. Jungle, but it appears that the YouTube star can handle anything after a very difficult few years.
Since joining the gritty ITV reality series, the 26-year-old has amassed a sizable fan base as viewers flocked to the Internet to learn everything there was to know about her past. Nella, who was born in Belgium, immigrated to the UK at the age of seven along with her family. After becoming well-known on YouTube, co-hosting Catfish UK, and even starting her own podcast, she quickly demonstrated her talent for presenting. Nella has experienced a number of tragic events despite these professional successes.
The fashion ambassador shared the heartbreaking news of her father’s passing with her Instagram followers in the post “Rest in Peace Daddy” in May 2020. The hardest thing I’ve ever done in my life was to watch you suffer for the past month, but at least you’re no longer in pain. Because I know you’re still by [my] side every step of the way, Nella also vowed to make her late father “the proudest dad ever in the years to come.”
In 2016, the same year Nella started her YouTube channel, she also lost her mother at the age of 19. In my arms, she literally passed away. The worst thing to ever happen to me, in my opinion. I still haven’t moved past it, and I have a good feeling I never will. She stated in a 2018 video, “I do not anticipate myself recovering from it anytime soon.” I won’t cry in front of the camera. I won’t cry in front of the camera on YouTube.
Nella has previously mentioned being kicked out of her family’s council house shortly after her mother passed away while she was still a student. She stated, “My goal was to remain in my parents’ home until I was 25.” We received a 30-day notice to vacate even though we weren’t even on the council flat waiting list.
Many of her mother’s possessions in the home had to be left behind when she moved to university residence in Leicester to pursue a sociology degree. You want to keep everything that makes you think of them forever, she said. We lost a lot of memories from living in that house because “everything about my mother’s room was left untouched.” I was very upset by that. In essence, I was homeless.
Nella acknowledged that she was struggling greatly during this difficult time, despite appearing to be thriving to the outside world. She acknowledged that, “In reality, I was homeless, residing from couch to couch and bed to bed out of a suitcase.”
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