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And just to make it extra bittersweet, she performed it to Unforgettable by Nat King Cole - Eddie's favourite singer. Over eight weeks, the light-footed model, a princess of London's Primrose Hill set Daisy counts Alexa Chung and Nick Grimshaw as besties , wore enchanting, gossamer-fine gowns.
Her absolute favourite was her sparkly rumba dress in which she danced to George Michael's Careless Whisper on week four. The prospect of getting back to those wow dresses, and the troupe of newly made friends, is filling her with glee.
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This year she became an ambassador for the historic lingerie brand, Triumph. Daisy certainly looks the part, confidently posing in her lacy smalls. Her career portfolio also includes acting, plus she's written a healthy eating cook book, Sweetness and Light.
The model says she inked the Triumph contract because she likes "how they support women, in every sense of the word. I'm a big lingerie fan and I've worn their bras over the years. I'm a 32D so I need support and a good bra is like a good friend. No stranger to Ireland, Daisy has plenty of friends here. Opening up about how nervous she got before performing on Strictly Come Dancing, Daisy explains: "People see me as this confident, self-assured person but I'm actually really shy and get really nervous. I suffer really badly from stage fright and always have done, so to have to dance in front of 11 million people on a Saturday night - you only get one shot, and it's live - it was absolutely terrifying.
But I think I learnt so much about myself on the show. It was like I learned that lesson and then I got pulled out of the show. The irony is rich but Daisy is fully aware that she has taken something personal away from her two months on the BBC show - that is, apart from a nice cheque and lots of girl crushes from fans.
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She's used to that response and explains: "I'm a real girls' girl, I like supporting women and making women feel good and that is the most important thing. That's why working with Triumph was so lovely for me because I thought 'actually they really support women and make women feel good'.
Modelling highlights to date include working with Chanel's Karl Lagerfeld who she describes as "such a great visionary. I was young and nervous and I stood there like a mannequin.
It was a once in a lifetime opportunity. I did the show with them in London and got the opportunity to write about it which was really lovely. From that, I got my grandma Lee Davis a Chanel suit for Christmas because she always said that a glamorous old lady should have a Chanel suit. When I gave it to her, she burst into tears. Daisy is a massive Christmas fan and declares, "What's not to love about Christmas?
You get to spend time with your family, there's presents, games, sparkles and eating good food.
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I find receiving gifts really awkward but I love thinking about things that people are going to love. The hardest-working items in her wardrobe are her combat boots and her eyes light up under that long fringe as she reveals that she's just treated herself to a pair of Valentino ones. Despite her musical family - her mum is fashion designer Pearl Lowe who used to front indie bands Powder and Lodger in the '90s and her dad is Gavin Rossdale, lead singer of the rock band Bush and now coach on The Voice UK - Daisy does not regard herself as rock chick dresser.
It's a bit of a take on Parisien chic but then adding my Camden side to it," she explains. Style icons include her "absolute goddess forever", namely Katherine Hepburn. Other style icons include Monica Bellucci and Julianne Moore, and she admits to being "obsessed with Emma Stone and everything she wears, I just love her. She spreads so much light and joy. Apart from her modelling, Daisy says she "loves acting.
It gives me so much fulfilment. I like working hard, that makes me really happy. There is something so brilliant about that family environment that you enter when you do a film and I've been acting since I was I've tried to do at least one acting role a year ever since then. Named Daisy after Pearl heard a rap song called Daisy Chain the day she went into labour, the model explains: "I was supposed to be called Star, or Moon or Chelsea and then she heard Daisy Chain and I popped out and she thought 'that works for me.
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