SHE’S the opulent reality star who won I’m A Celebrity and is closest friends with Boris Johnson’s father.
And now that Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo is a Mills & Boon author, she’s gained a whole new set of fans: men who want to take pictures of her feet.
“I don’t have a lot of men asking me out – I don’t believe I even appear that hot on my Instagram,” she says exclusively to The Sun. “When other celebs have all these offers, I don’t get a lot of men asking me out.”
“However, I receive dozens of males requesting photos of my feet.”
“I have no idea where this foot fetish came from!” Although it’s unlikely that I’ll comply because it would be unusual.”
Toff, 27, from Devon, is celebrating the publication of her fourth racy novel, and her personal life appears to be on track as well.
She’s resumed her affair with George Cottrell, a billionaire nobleman, albeit she’s keeping quiet about it.
Toff admits, “I’d like to sort of shout from the rooftops about everything.”
“However, having others speculate whether I am dating someone is too much for me.” I have to keep one ounce for me.
“You see, if everything goes wrong, I’ll have to explain what occurred.”
“I don’t want to have to justify why I am or am not with someone.”
Toff is apparently referring to the fact that Cottrell is a convicted felon who spent eight months in a US prison following a money-laundering scam. Cottrell was previously a key aide to Nigel Farage and the head of fundraising for UKIP. In 2017, he was released.
“All I can say is that we’ve just been hanging out,” Toff continues, “and I’m really, really happy and everything’s going very great, and I don’t want to jinx anything.”
“However, there is a large comparison in my book where I write about the lovely joyful conclusion, so…”
Toff rose to popularity on Made in Chelsea, and if there’s one thing she learnt over her four years on the show, it’s that she prefers a man with brains than a man with muscle.
“To be honest, any man of mine has to be intellectual and possibly quite posh,” she says.
“There’s a character named Henry in my latest work, Meet Me at the Wedding, who is a true posho and super-hot.
“He owns a lovely Devon estate, which is clearly my fantasy.”
Cottrell, sometimes known as “Posh George,” owns a family estate in Worcestershire, which is convenient.
“All a man has to do to capture my heart is have an educated conversation with me,” Toff continues.
Toff claims to be one of the few MIC ladies who has never thrown a drink over one of Chelsea’s numerous lotharios.
She says, “I’ve always been tempted.” “I remember how many of the girls on the programme would dump red wine or Baileys over a guy who had misbehaved, which is even better because it left a subtle nauseous scent for a long time.”
She claims that appearing on Celebs Go Dating in September 2017 impacted her perspective on dating.
She acknowledges, “I guess I’d been isolated with my dating up until then.”
“And boy, did they!”
“I was all dressed up to the nines thinking I was going to some stately home, and it was like a big joke that I had this big dress on and then he walked in and started stripping. But what fun.
“Then I was set up on a date with this rich lefty from a posh school and we just sat there and argued all night.”
Stanley Johnson, who Toff met on I’m A Celeb in 2017, has remained a staple in Toff’s life.
They both enjoy politics, though they don’t always agree on everything.
“He’s 54 years my senior, but I make him think about politics and life,” she says.
“Everyone thinks we sit around banging our fists on the table and saying things like, ‘You’re right on everything Toff,’ but it’s the complete opposite.
“We have a lot of differences. He’s a strong Remainer and a big Europhile, but I’m a true Brexiteer.
“We talk constantly.” I haven’t seen him in a few months, and we’re overdue for a catch-up.
“We always go to the same place – Boisdale in Belgravia – for dinner. Stanley calls it Booze Dale’s because we get so drunk.
“We don’t pay and rack up a good bill, because Stanley writes for the Boisdale lifestyle magazine.”
Toff’s interest in politics began in high school, when she was elected to the school council and developed a “soft spot” for David Cameron.
Toff temporarily worked as a nanny after leaving before enrolling in law school.
“I used to care after these children after school – they went to the Toff school of learning where I would sit by the door and put on a Harry Potter movie, and when the parents got home, we would turn it off and pretend we were doing our homework,” she says.
“I used to take my little Mini Cooper down the Kings Road all the time.”
“We used to laugh so hard, and then I’d run out of gas.”
“I was the worst nanny in the world. I couldn’t cook. I was totally useless, but the kids loved me.