Toff apologises to the Rees-Moggs

Toff apologises to the Rees-Moggs
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Since Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo was crowned queen of the I'm a Celeb... Get Me Out of Here jungle, the (majority of) Conservatives have been on a mission to hug their celebrity supporter close. In that vein, Toff was the centre of attention at this month's Black and White ball, where she attended as Stanley Johnson's guest.

Happily her rising profile has not affected her manners. Writing in her Style column, Toff reveals that the first thing she did on arrival at the bash at the Natural History Museum was apologise to Jacob Rees-Mogg's wife Helena for calling her husband a 'sex god' in an interview:

'Stanley and I arrive and instantly bump into Jacob Rees-Mogg and his wife, Helena. So thin. Can’t believe she’s had six kids.

“I’m so sorry for calling your husband a sex god,” I apologise.

She tells me not to worry and says she’s just glad that someone else finds her husband attractive. Lol.'

Also in a night's work, Toff managed to find a campaign manager – Boris Johnson – should she decide to enter politics. Alas, Gavin Williamson appears not to have made a lasting impression on the Made in Chelsea cast member. Despite the Defence Secretary taking to social media to say how thrilled he was to meet Toff at the event, he receives no mention in her write-up of the evening.

Written bySteerpike

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