Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s Billie Faiers Interview 2018…
Billie Faiers is one of the UK’s most popular TV stars. She has a younger sister, Sam, who also used to star on Towie.
Billie is engaged to Greg Shepherd and just had ‘the hen do’ of a lifetime! They’ve been together since 2013 and became parents for the first time to a little girl called Nelly in 2014, followed by a son called Arthur born in March 2017.
Billie, Sam and mother Sue Wells all appeared on TOWIE. We wanted to speakto Billie & Sue about their remarkable lives.
But what’s it like being a grandma to Billie’s kids? Slang, Flossing and Emojis are just some of the top things UK kids are teaching their grandparents about.
Thanks to research from DISNEY ON ICE, it seems children, mums and their mothers have never been close!
Follow Billie on Twitter. Listen to our exclusive chat below…
Enjoy an exclusive interview with Billie & Sue Wells:
Billie is the director at the fashion company Minnies Boutique.
She is very active on social media, with more than 1.3 million Twitter followers and over 1.3 million Instagram followers.
As well as Towie she has also appeared in her sister Sam’s reality show The Mummy Diaries broadcast in ITVbe.
A new study by Disney On Ice has revealed the top 20 things grandparents learn from their grandchildren, with the older generation relying on young’uns for advice on everything from how to download or stream music, to the latest slang terms such as YOLO.
In return, ‘elders’ are helping youngsters learn to plant seeds, how to respect older folk, how to be a good person and how important it is to try new things.
Three quarters (76%) of grandparents are also becoming more tech savvy thanks to their grandchildren by learning how to use smartphones, Twitter and Instagram and even the names of the hottest current YouTubers.
The research also found a further three quarters (79%) of the older Brits who took part said they felt spending time with their grandchildren helped keep them young. One in three even went as far as to claim they had passed on far more useful knowledge to their grandchildren than they had received from theirs.
Interview recorded by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio 4th September 2018.