Apprentice star Camilla Ainsworth looks unrecognisable after launching OnlyFans account and bagging famous boyfriend

CAMILLA Ainsworth has sexed up her look after coming in second place on The Apprentice in 2019.

The 26-year-old has ditched her stuffy boardroom suits for racy two-pieces, which she shares with fans on adult content site OnlyFans.


The stunning blonde also regularly posts saucy snaps on Instagram – showing off her incredible body in bikinis or latex numbers.

Camilla was runner up to swimwear designer Sian Gabbidon, 29, in the 2019 contest for a £250,000 investment from Lord Sugar, 74.

She later teamed up with high street chain Holland and Barrett to launch a nut milk.

But alongside her successful business, she has been keeping fans entertained.

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The entrepreneur told fans: “I feel it’s time to start posting unapologetically and to have a close-knit community of fans who are interested in getting to know me more personally.”

She's even bagged herself a celebrity boyfriend – as she enjoyed a brief romance with Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner.

The actor, who plays Romeo Quinn in the Channel 4 soap, and Camilla dated for around five months before calling it quits after a series of rows.

Camilla has insisted her OnlyFans account is completely PG, saying: "There are not and have never been any nude images or videos of me on this site.

"I do have an OnlyFans account and I post the same pictures that I have shared on my public Instagram site for many years but for a fee. The Only Fans site enables me to own, copyright and control my own images whereas on Instagram anyone can use them.

"It’s 2021 and we should not be ashamed of taking ownership of our own content. The BBC are not upset nor are they disappointed, they gave me a platform three years ago and it’s my choice how I use it.

"My parents and wider family and friends are incredibly supportive of my Only Fans page as they understand its good business sense to benefit financially from the content I have been posting for free for years.”




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