Four-hour queue was SO worth it, say girls af­ter meet­ing their idol

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Towie Star Visits -

First in the queue to meet Sa­man­tha Faiers were Am­ber Mose­ley, 14, and Ellen Hills, 21, who ar­rived at 10am – four hours be­fore the star was due to ap­pear.

Am­ber, who goes to Ash­ford’s High­worth Gram­mar School, said: “I idolise her and just love TOWIE.”

Ellen, who is un­em­ployed, said: “I hope I get to speak to her. We both came early so we could get to see her.”

Both girls were re­warded for their pa­tience by be­ing the first in the shop to meet Sa­man­tha.

She signed au­to­graphs and their bot­tles of per­fume, chat­ted to them and posed for pho­tos and self­ies.

Af­ter­wards Am­ber said: “It was def­i­nitely worth the wait. It was lovely and she is so nice.”

The girls had trav­elled in­de­pen­dently but got chat­ting as they waited.

One of the few men in the crowd was Gary Black­ford who was with daugh­ter Yas­min, 15.

“I have not got a clue who she is, al­though I have heard of Joey Es­sex,” ad­mit­ted Mr Black­ford, of Rene Mac Kis­ray Place, Ash­ford. “I’m only here be­cause Yas­min wanted to come.”

Yas­min, who goes to Tow­ers School, said: “She is my favourite char­ac­ter. I re­ally like her and she is so fash­ion­able.”


Dad and daugh­ter Gary Black­ford and Yas­min in the queue


Ellen Hills, left, and Am­ber Mose­ley at the front of the queue

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