Charlotte Crosby to immigrate to Australia
Charlotte Crosby wants to immigrate to Australia.
The 25-year-old reality TV star - who was born in Sunderland - is planning to ditch her life in the UK in order to chase the sun, sea and sand Down Under in a few years' time.
Speaking to Australia's The Herald Sun, the blonde beauty - who is currently on a promotional tour in Sydney - said: "I have always said, that when I'm in my mid 30s I'll probably move here. It's [Australia] a great lifestyle, the weather is amazing, I would sure like to do something like that."
Charlotte's revelation that she'd like to up sticks and move to the other side of the world come just two weeks after she revealed she'd tragically suffered an ectopic pregnancy.
The 26-year-old star broke down in tears earlier this month when she announced she was carrying her on/off boyfriend Gary 'Gaz' Beadle's baby but was forced to undergo emergency surgery in April when the fertilised egg implanted itself outside of the womb and ripped open her fallopian tube.
However, the public meltdown didn't sit well with Gaz and the pair locked horns online because she hadn't told him beforehand that she was going to make the announcement.
The showdown between the former lovers led to Charlotte deciding to quit 'Geordie Shore' following five years on the show in order to get away Gaz and start a fresh.
However, Charlotte hasn't been short of work since her exit as she's currently working on a new "secret project" and has recently teamed up with NOW TV to launch Aqua Daemon - Supernatural Spring Water, a spoof bottled water that 'protects' fans as they watch 'Outcast'.
She said of the gig: "I am already gripped by 'Outcast', so I jumped at the chance to be the face of Aqua Daemon. I'm really into healthy eating and 'exorcising', so hydrating and demon-repelling water seemed like the perfect fit for me and I got to encounter a different spirit for a change!"
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