TV star India Willoughby said that those four years had been “the best years” of her life.
Celebrity Big Brother star India Willoughby is celebrating her fourth birthday as India. Taking to Twitter she said that she had “no regrets” and advise anyone on a waiting list should “hang in there”.
I’m four years old today – and despite one of two things, they have been without doubt the best years of my life. Being true to yourself: priceless. Anyone stuck on a waiting list – hang in there. You’ll get there ❤️🌟🎂😊#NoRegrets pic.twitter.com/ySrT2N5cYg
— India Willoughby (@IndiaWilloughby) September 2, 2019
She wrote, “I’m four years old today – and despite one of two things, they have been without doubt the best years of my life. Being true to yourself: priceless. Anyone stuck on a waiting list – hang in there. You’ll get there. No regrets”.
India Willougby was the UK’s first transgender newsreader and has since gone on to star in Celebrity Big Brother, Loose Women, and Good Morning Britain.
Fans of the outspoken journalist congratulated her on the milestone with one adding “Chuffed for you … lovely you’re happy now” while another tweeted, “Happy birthday India. I might not agree with every single thing you say but I commend your audacity to say what you think, not what every 1 expects you should think you’ve taught me to be proud to have an opinion&I don’t always agree with the majority either but I now embrace that”
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