Daisy Lowe, 32, painted friend and presenter Eamonn Holmes, 61, in a new light yesterday after tagging him in an Instagram blunder. The daughter of
Daisy Lowe, 32, painted friend and presenter Eamonn Holmes, 61, in a new light yesterday after tagging him in an Instagram blunder. The daughter of Pearl Lowe, 50, and Gavin Rossdale, 55, posted a throwback picture to her 2007 Agent Provocateur shoot and thanked the former GMTV presenter for having styled her hair.
Despite all eyes being on the scantily-clad model and her friend, who were dressed in nothing but the high-end lingerie, fans were quick to notice Daisy’s caption, which tagged Ruth Langsford’s husband.
The picture showed the brunette and model friend Tiah Eckhardt poised on a bed, dressed in black underwear, suspenders and heels, while looking alluringly into the camera.
The lingerie model wrote: “Throwing all the way back to our @agentprovocateur Lady Of the Manor photo shoot.
“@alicesadventures hair by @eamonnholmes my partner in crime for this shoot was the insanely beautiful @the_tiah who showed me the ropes of lingerie modelling, there were pillow fights, whipping, dusting… and we were allowed to touch skin on actually real life SKIN!
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Speaking to chef Gizzi Erskine and model Sydney Lima on their podcast, Sex, lies and DM slides, Daisy revealed that her modelling career took off when she was just two-years-old.
She said: “My first ever shoot was at two. I was actually in a Curiosity Killed the Cat video, I do remember being on set.
“I started modelling lingerie from, actually I don’t think I’m allowed to say that.
She added: “I did my first proper Agent Provocateur campaign, when you could see my face at 18.”
Daisy revealed that on her first day doing Strictly Come Dancing in 2016 she received a phone call to say that her grandfather had died.
The grief and pressure of the show became too much for the star and she soon broke down.
She said: “I was frightening myself. I was having heart palpitations and I was quite shaky and talking very quickly. I got to Christmas and I just broke.”
After an intervention from her interior designer mum, Daisy went to rehabilitation centre Ibiza Calm, before returning for a second time.