Prince Harry And Jenson Button s Ex Is Among 12 Contestants Preparing To Compete In Channel 4 s The Great Pottery Throw Down
Prince Harry and Jenson Button's ex is among 12 contestants preparing to compete in Channel 4's The Great Pottery Throw Down.
George, formerly Brudenell-Bruce, 33, had a whirlwind romance with the [/news/prince_harry/index.html Duke of Sussex] in 2011, but it came to an end after two months as the royal reportedly didn't want to be 'tied down'.
The full-time mother, nicknamed Flee, who grew up in Fulham, south-west London, previously dated Formula One driver Jenson Button from 2006 to 2008, and is now married to multi-millionaire Henry St George.
The mother-of-two, who was immersed in the art world from an early age, has since used ceramics to overcome postnatal [/news/depression/index.html depression] seven years ago.
She regularly forages for www.icab.eu her own clay and will join the likes of an amateur body builder on the TV show, which sees home potters strive to create their most intricate and imaginative works.
Prince Harry and Jenson Button's ex Florence St.
George, now a full time mother from London, is one of the 12 contestants of Channel 4's The Great Pottery Throw Down
Florence and British formula one racing driver Jenson Button in Saint Tropez in 25 July 2006.
They dated from 2006 to 2008
The model promoted the new John Frieda Frizz-Ease Overnight Repair Creme Serum at Boots, Oxford Street on February 21, 2008 in London
Well-educated and from a close knit family, Florence is the youngest of four children of Old Etonian wine merchant Andrew and his French wife Sophie.
Scouted by a model agency at age 15 coming out of Topshop, Florence finished her A-levels at Stowe school before going on to model in her gap year, landing a campaign for Adidas in America, vamping up John Lewis' image with a swimwear campaign, and posing in Elizabeth Hurley's designs.
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She also completed a History of Art degree at Bristol University and has modelled collections for British brand Anonymous by Ross+Bute and Scottish knitwear brand Brora.
But it seems her real ambition may have been to break Hollywood.
Florence and her husband Henry St George attended the Farms Not Factories #TurnYourNoseUp at Pig Factories benefit dinner 'Upstairs' at 5 Hertford Street on January 31, 2017 in London
Florence (pictured) attended the UK launch of Karl Lagerfeld at Selfridges on July 24, 2012 in London
The mother-of-two arrived at Mulberry as they hosted the official launch event for Vogue Fashion's Night Out at their New Bond Street Store on September 6, 2012 in London
In 2009 she starred in Bollywood romcom Love Aaj Kal (Love These Days) as a Swiss love interest.
She also appeared in the TV detective drama Lewis this year where she had to lie in a morgue on a table with a silver sheet over her head.
However it was her short-loved fling with Prince Harry that really thrust her into the spotlight. Her relationship with Prince Harry is thought to have begun in 2011.
The couple, who had been friends for years, apparently became an item after Harry confirmed that his relationship with Chelsy Davy was over for good.
But in July 2013 she married Henry Edward Hugh St George, grandson of the Marchese di San Georgio and maternal grandson of the 11th Duke of Grafton.
The Great Pottery Throw Down is made by the company behind The Great British Bake Off and was first front by Sara Cox for two series on BBC Two before it was cancelled in 2018.
The programme was snapped up by Channel 4 with new host Melanie Sykes fronting the series.
Master potter Keith Brymer Jones returns to judge alongside award-winning ceramicist Sue Pryke.
<div class="art-ins mol-factbox femail" data-version="2" id="mol-a1636970-2e11-11ea-b5d9-dff6c8b50457" website Brudenell-Bruce will compete in The Great Pottery Throw Down