Imogen Thomas

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Imogen Thomas
Born Imogen Mary Thomas
(1982-11-29) 29 November 1982 (age 32)
Gorseinon, Wales
Residence London, England[1]
Nationality Welsh
Occupation Model, television personality
Height 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
Television Big Brother
Partner(s) Adam Horsley
Children 2x daughters

Imogen Mary Thomas (born 29 November 1982) is a Welsh model and beauty queen. She rose to fame in 2003, after winning Miss Wales, and achieved further note in 2006, when she lasted three months on the seventh series of Channel 4 reality television programme Big Brother. In 2011 her alleged extramarital relationship with footballer Ryan Giggs was the subject of a controversial gagging order in the UK.[1]

Early life[edit]

Thomas started working as a model at age 13, and at the age of 17 moved to London to become a professional model. Working in bars to pay for her living costs, she was rejected by many modelling agencies due to her height.[citation needed]

She was crowned Miss Wales in 2003, beating future Big Brother 9 winner Rachel Rice, who came third. She went on to represent Wales at Miss World in China. This prompted her to return to London to try glamour modelling, and also working as a bar hostess at London's Sanderson Hotel.

Big Brother and modelling[edit]

Thomas was selected as a housemate for the seventh series of Big Brother. She was evicted on Day 86 with 62% of the public vote. Since her time on Big Brother, Thomas has become a glamour model.

Television work[edit]

Like other contestants, Thomas has taken part in many Big Brother spin-off programmes, including BBLB and Big Brother's Big Mouth. She also co-presented with other housemates for T4.

Personal life[edit]

On 5 August 2012, Thomas announced she was pregnant with her first child with Australian boyfriend Adam Horsley,[2] and on 11 February 2013 gave birth to a girl, Ariana Siena.[3] On 25 May 2015 she announced she was expecting a second child,[4] giving birth to daughter Siera Aleira Horsley on 20 November 2015.[5]

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