When I was younger I wanted to be a gymnast, but they have to be quite short – I was tall.
I’m aware people will think I’ve had an easy way into a dream career. My view is, if anyone has opportunities, they’ll take them. My surname opens doors, but those doors will slam firmly if I’m no good.
Some people collect vintage cars, I collect Birkins. The leather ones are £20,000.
People don’t get my sense of humour.
On my foot it says, ‘The best is yet to come,’ and that’s there because I really believe it.
My mum is Croatian, and obviously she’s female and she’s very emotional, very hot-blooded, very touchy-feely, whereas I think my dad’s quite British.
Not every woman has time to go to a salon and have her hair blow-dried every day.
Im very nurturing.
I was raised to want to work for a living. The idea of just sitting around or going shopping every day appalls me.
If I have 1% of my dad’s brain, I’ll be happy. He’s so quick.
I understood from an early age what being competitive means.
My hair is naturally really thin and dead straight, with no movement.
I think I’m a good judge of character.
I do believe in happy-ever-after.
I don’t think that coming from a privileged background makes you this monster who doesn’t feel things.