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Millie Elder Holmes past regrets

Section
Entertainment,
Publish Date
Monday, 2 October 2017, 1:19PM
Photo / Instagram
Photo / Instagram

Millie Elder Holmes says she’s an ambassador for ‘self-love and acceptance’ and has recently bared all in a Facebook Live video she posted to her Clean Eatz NZ page.

In the anonymous Q&A session, Millie shares some personal information about her younger self. 

When a fan asks what her favourite thing about herself is, she answers:

“Probably my ability to have changed my mind set because when I was young I was a real bitch. Like straight up.”

“I’m not going to lie about it. I was a f**king little bitch. Like a little snobby princess bitch. And I used to judge people a lot.”

“Then after I went through my addiction and all of my really embarrassing things publicly… I learnt how to eat a little bit of humble pie and I understood how it felt to have people be mean to you on such a huge scale and now I really empathize for others and how they feel so that’s my favourite thing about myself.”

“If someone is being mean to me, I just don’t think ‘oh you’re a c**t’, I think, ‘okay this person is obviously going through something’ and it’s not for me to like then lash back out to them.”

Another person asks Miss Elder-Holmes if she lives off money from her father, the late Paul Holmes.

“Honestly this question is a little bit shitty. I’m not going to lie, whoever wrote this. I am not a trust fund baby. My dad didn’t leave me any money when he died. All of his money actually went into a trust. There was a story in the NZ Herald about it.” 

“But yeah I actually monetised my blog two or three years ago and I make my own money. So yeah, I don’t live off my dad.”

Millie says she will be “back in New Zealand from December onwards and then back for the Greek summer next year.”

This article was first published on spy.co.nz and is republished here with permission.