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10 October 2019, 10:31 | Updated: 10 October 2019, 10:36
We take a look at the life and career of the I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! winner, her appearance on Celebrity Masterchef and explore where it all began for the reality star.
Born on November 16, 1987, 31-year-old Vicky started her TV career by appearing on Newcastle-based reality show Geordie Shore in 2011.
Following a group of young adults from Newcastle who live and work together in a Big Brother-style house, the show quickly became infamous for the raunchy scenes and drunken antics of it's young stars.
Upon leaving the show in 2014 Vicky went on to star in her own TV series Judge Geordie, where the star tried to help settle feuds between couples and families and in November 2015 Vicky was announced as a contestant for that year's series of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!
Entering the jungle alongside Spandau Ballet's Tony Hadley, TV presenter Yvette Fielding and Made in Chelsea star Spencer Matthews, Vicky was eventually was crowned winner of the show and went on to be a regular panellist on Loose Women.
It is estimated that from her first appearance on our screens in 2011, Vicky Pattison has earned around £1.5 million.
It is reported she earned an estimated £500,000 alone from her three years on Geordie Shore.
The rest of Vicky's fortune stems from her fitness DVD, three books, a fashion deal with Ann Summers, regular showbiz slots on This Morning and appearances on other TV shows including Celebrity Juice and Ex On The Beach.
Since ending her engagement at the end of 2018 to fellow Newcastle-native John Noble, Vicky has been dating builder and Only Way Is Marbs star Ercan Ramadan.
Vicky split from her fiancé in November 2018 after pictures emerged of him flirting with other women while he was on holiday in Dubai.
The couple had moved in together in 2017 and were set to wed, however Vicky ended the relationship at the end of last year before moving on with Ercan Ramadan three months later.