Recognise this reality star? Geraldine O'Callaghan undergoes drastic makeover
Former Apprentice star Geraldine O’Callaghan looks virtually unrecognisable since her stressful days in the boardroom, running around in pinstripe suits and preppy A-line skirts.
The TV star has undergone a drastic makeover and transformed herself into a toned and trendy fashionista.
The Dubliner rose to fame on the Irish version of The Apprentice, appearing in the second series of the show.
She was a favourite among viewers because of her bubbly personality and has now injected her fun spirit into her clothing.
She showed off her muscular arms as she posed in a chic white vest top, dark grey jeans and a statement embellished necklace.
The columnist showed off her svelte figure in a retro multi-coloured swimsuit and presented a hint of cleavage with its black sheer plunging neckline.
Her hair was scraped back emphasising her distinctive eyes, darkened with eye-shadow and false lashes, and her peach-coloured lips.
She was also pictured in another summer shot wearing coral shorts, a monochrome crop top emblazoned with a holy cross and a peter-pan collar necklace, lined with oversized diamanté embellishments.
The TV personality previously showed the public severe scars she was left with after she suffered third-degree burns when she caught on fire in her family home.
An 8-year-old Geraldine was sitting too near the fire around Christmas time and was rushed to Temple Street hospital after her shirt caught fire.
However, the entrepreneur is confident enough to show off her body nowadays.
Geraldine has kept busy since her days in the boardroom with businessman Bill Cullen.
She is a regular columnist with various publications and appears as a contributor on TV shows such as Xposé and Midday.
The star appeared on Celebrity Head Chef and undertakes different projects and challenges to raise money for Temple Street children’s hospital.
She launched a business called Celebrity Night Out, which helped customers enjoy a night of luxury at a reduced price.
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