Charming, vibrant, and intelligent. TALLULAH DOHERTY is all that and then some! One of the most exciting presenters to come out of EbonyLife TV’s ‘Moments’, she is already impressing her audience while leaving a stylish mark everywhere she goes. – RACHEAL ABIRIBA

Growing up, I was… A bit of a geek I always had my nose stuck in a book.

Childhood dream To become an actress! So I guess I got pretty close with presenting.

I would describe myself as… Warm, inquisitive, empathetic

The most valuable piece of advice I have ever received is
Go where you’re celebrated not where you’re tolerated.

Stylish or fashionable?
Stylish. I tend to stick to shapes and silhouettes that I know work well with my body shape. I’m not really one to jump on every passing trend.

I would define my style as…Simple, comfortable, chic

Beauty routine is
Super simple! Powder, liquid liner on my eyes and lip-gloss on the days I’m not filming.

Hobbies?

Dancing and writing.

Get-away spot?
This is tough! Anywhere that’s got beautiful sandy beaches and clear blue ocean.

All-time favourite song
The entire ‘Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’ album

Favourite food?

Spaghetti!

Go-to make-up item
Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz

Pet Peeves? Rudeness

Most exciting thing I’ve ever done!Believe that my dreams could be achieved.

Tattoos or piercings
None. Just the one ear piercing on eachear.

Man Crush
Chiwetel Ejiofor! He’s so attractive! Super smart and talented.

Fondest childhood memory?
Hanging out with my cousins at my grandma’s house

Shoes or bags?
Bags all the way!

Favourite luxury brand
Prada

I am inspired by
Women who are true to themselves and are living their most authentic lives. Celebrity-wise, Victoria Beckham. I like the fact the she juggles being a business woman, wife and mother seemingly effortlessly.

Two things you’d tell your 16-yea-old self

The best is yet to come

  • Your uniqueness is your beauty

Oldest item in your wardrobe

A cozy jumper from Benetton.

Quote that best describes where you are in your life right now

Not overthinking, taking things one day at a time and being grateful for where I am and all the good things that are to come

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