Big Brother EXCLUSIVE: Inside Angela Clancy's lavish lifestyle after growing up in the 'Beverley Hills of Kenya' - as she reveals she'
Big Brother EXCLUSIVE: Inside Angela Clancy’s lavish lifestyle after growing up in the ‘Beverley Hills of Kenya’ – as she reveals she’s never had a credit card and owns two houses
She grew up in the ‘Beverly Hills of Kenya’.
And Big Brother star Angela Clancy has now revealed she’s never owned a credit card nor ever had to worry about money.
The 38-year-old told Daily Mail Australia: ‘I’m very disciplined: I use my money wisely. If I don’t have it, I don’t spend it.’
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Big Brother EXCLUSIVE: Angela Clancy (pictured) has revealed she has never had a credit card and owns two houses – after growing up in the ‘Beverley hills of Kenya’
Angela was raised in Kenya, before moving to Australia without her parents when she was just 17.
The Perth-based events manager said: ‘I’m 38 and I’ve never had a credit card my whole life.’
‘I work hard for my money, I’ve got a house and a holiday house down in Margaret River [Western Australia]. Whatever I have, I’ve earned it,’ the mother-of-two said.
‘I work hard for my money. Whatever I have, I’ve earned it’: The Perth-based events manager says while she splurges on beauty treatments and owns two homes, she never spends above her means
‘My husband (left) says if we ever get a credit card, that’s the day we get divorced’: Angela joked that her partner complains about how much money she spends
‘If I can pamper myself, it’s not from a credit card, it’s money that I’ve worked hard for,’ Angela said of regularly treating herself to beauty treatments.
‘I spend a lot of money actually, my husband is always complaining,’ she laughed.
Angela jokingly added: ‘He says if we ever get a credit card, that’s the day we get divorced.’
‘People served me’: The TV star explained that because of her father’s (pictured) job, she went to school with the president’s children and was tended to by a maid at home
Destined to get richer? Angela (left) is one of 12 housemates left in the running for Big Brother’s $250,000 prize. Pictured with Sophie Budack
Speaking to WHO magazine this week, Angela detailed her lavish childhood growing up ‘like royalty’ in Kenya.
The larger-than-life personality explained that her father served as the ‘director of a very big company’ and as a result she ‘went to school with the President’s children’ and was tended to by a maid when she came home.
Angela, who now lives in Perth, is still well and truly living her best life.
She is one of 12 housemates left in the running for Big Brother’s $250,000 prize.
Big Brother Australia continues Sunday from 7pm on Seven
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