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Lucy Watson is a multi-talented British socialite, reporter, reality star, model, writer, and entrepreneur. She gained fame as a cast member on the popular reality TV series ‘Made in Chelsea’ and has since made a name for herself in the broadcasting industry. With a successful career in journalism, she has reported on major stories from around the world, including in New York and China. In addition to her media work, Lucy is also a passionate animal activist and has launched her own vegan restaurant and jewelry brand. She has collaborated with PETA on their campaigns and is known for her dedication to promoting ethical and cruelty-free practices.

Quick Facts

  • Age: 32 Years
  • Gender: Female
  • Family:
    • Father: Clive Watson
    • Mother: Fiona Lygo
    • Siblings: Alfie, Edwin, Tiffany
    • Partner: James Dunmore (2017–)
  • Born Country: England
  • Occupation: Actresses, Reality TV Personalities
  • Height: 5’5″ (165 cm)
  • City: London, England


Lucy Watson started her career in broadcasting as a runner for ‘Stars in Your Eyes’. She then worked as a researcher for ITV shows such as ‘You’ve Been Framed!’ and ’60 Minute Makeover’. To further her career as a reporter, she went back to university to earn a degree in journalism. She began covering major stories for BBC Radio Merseyside and then Real Radio in Manchester. After six months of radio broadcasting, she joined ITV Granada in Manchester as a TV reporter. In 2008, she moved to Birmingham and joined ITV Central, where she presented news bulletins at the weekends and late news programs. She later became the North of England correspondent for the ITV Breakfast program ‘Daybreak’ and then the New York correspondent. In 2014, she became a China Correspondent with ITV News. In 2012, she launched her acting career with a main role on the E4 reality television series ‘Made in Chelsea’. She also has a self-titled Youtube channel with over 24k subscribers and is popular on Instagram with 1.1 million followers.

Controversy Regarding Vegan Lifestyle

Lucy Watson, who grew up on a farm in Surrey, developed a love for animals from an early age. She became vegetarian as soon as she realized that the meat she was eating came from animals that were once alive. She believes that all living creatures with feelings deserve to live, whether they are farm animals or pets. She opened a vegan restaurant with her sister Tiffany. However, she faced controversy when she claimed in her 2017 vegan cookbook that most people should become vegetarians on ethical grounds. Food writer Ruby Tandoh criticized her comments, stating that Watson cannot dictate people’s lives. Tandoh listed valid reasons such as disordered eating, lack of access to vegan foods, disability, medical problems, poverty, and cultural reasons that can influence people’s dietary choices. Watson responded by claiming that Tandoh took her statement personally because her own cookbook promoted meat and dairy products.

Personal Life

Lucy Watson was born on February 20, 1991, in Manchester, England. Her father is Clive Watson, a multi-millionaire pub and restaurant chain owner, and her mother is Fiona Lygo. She has a younger sister named Tiffany and two younger half-brothers named Alfie and Edwin. She attended St. Catherine School and later Godalming College. She took the time to attend university and earn a degree in Journalism while pursuing her TV career. Her father and sister have both appeared on the TV series ‘Made in Chelsea’. She has a dog named Digby.


During her time on ‘Made in Chelsea’, Lucy Watson was involved in a love triangle with Spencer Matthews and Louise Thompson. She dated Spencer for two months in 2013 but ended the relationship after discovering his infidelity. She then dated co-star Oliver Proudlock for a couple of months in 2014. She later became involved with Jamie Laing, another cast member of the show. Since 2015, she has been in a relationship with James Dunmore, also from ‘Made in Chelsea’. She reportedly left the show in 2016 to spend more time with her boyfriend.

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