TV personality Scarlett Moffatt was all smiles as she made her way to film Steph’s Packed Lunch
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Scarlett Moffatt discusses how The Samaritans help her
Scarlett Moffatt looked effortlessly stunning as she made her way to appear on Steph’s Packed Lunch.
The 30-year-old reality star was all smiles as she posed for the cameras outside a building in Leeds.
She threw up a peace sign and rocked a black dress covered in pink, orange and yellow flowers.
The TV personality got caught in the rain but her brilliant pink shoes brightened up her entire look.
A few hours before going on Steph’s Packed Lunch, she took a mirror selfie which she shared on her Instagram Stories.
“Done my Own make up today,” she captioned the post.
Scarlett looked stunning in the floral dress (
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The star appeared on Steph’s Packed Lunch and discussed the Samaritans (
During her appearance on the show, she admitted to feeling “embarrassed” that she needed help with her mental health.
She asked for help from the Samaritans when she felt like she couldn’t turn to anybody.
Scarlett said: “Honestly it sounds really deep but without the Samaritans, I don’t know what I would be doing, because they really helped me in a time when I think everyone probably thought I was living my best life, but I really wasn’t.”
After winning I’m A Celeb in 2016, the star was feeling depressed and told viewers not to wait too late before getting help.
She said: “I just want people to not wait until they’re at the pinnacle moment where things feel so hard and just as soon as you start feeling that speak out and speak to family and friends.”
Scarlett added: “I promise you, there’s always someone there who will listen.”
She found fame on Gogglebox (
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She previously talked to The Mirror about struggling to cope with life in the limelight after finding fame on Gogglebox.
She said: “Honestly, for a while, I just wanted to disappear. I want people to know that there really is light at the end of the tunnel and it’s OK not to be OK. It really does get better… I wish I had spoken out sooner.
“There is always someone out there that cares, no one wants you to be feeling that way.”
Steph’s Packed Lunch airs weekdays at 12.30pm on Channel 4
*If you are struggling with mental health, you can speak to a trained advisor from Mind mental health charity on 0300 123 3393 or email [email protected]
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