TV personality and influencer Georgia Kousoulou is well known for being a much-loved cast member on ITV′s BAFTA-award winning reality show, ‘The Only Way is Essex’. Georgia and her fiancé Tommy Mallet welcomed their son Brody in 2021 and they now have their own popular ITVBe show, ‘Georgia and Tommy: Baby Steps’, following their parenting journey. The show was ITVBe’s most successful new commission in 2021 and due to popular demand, it has been commissioned for further series.
Georgia’s charm is her real, down-to-earth nature and she is a refreshing role model for many young women who find her relatable. In 2019 she launched a successful #KeepTheGramReal campaign on TOWIE, encouraging her following to be more transparent on social media by sharing their real life and struggles from time to time. Since becoming a mum, Georgia has also become a relatable figure for many mothers who appreciate the honest insight she gives us in to the realities of parenting on her show and on her social media platforms.
Georgia loves sharing snippets of her home, family life and her fashion choices with her followers. Georgia has released two successful maternity edits with In The Style and in 2021 she released her own limited edition jewellery collection with Abbot Lyon. She has been an ambassador for global brands FisherPrice, Pampers and Reduit, and continues to have commercial partnerships with some of her favourite brands including Fabletics, Primark, Emma Mattress and SMA.
Georgia has a passion for home interiors, and she has set up a fast-growing home account, @georgiakhome. Georgia partnered with her favourite homeware brand Wayfair for a nursery transformation in her son Brody’s playroom.
Georgia has grown to become a confident voice for many, working with the NHS on their national weaning campaign and supporting the government in making the internet a safer place for children by raising awareness for their Online Safety Bill. Georgia is an ambassador for Dementia UK and has supported the charity for a number of years after her nan was diagnosed with Dementia.