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We know her as the self-proclaimed diva The GC, but despite her fame and fortune, Gemma Collins has proved she is as caring and humble as ever.
After enjoying a delicious meal at Novikov restaurant in Mayfair, the former TOWIE star was seen giving a homeless man some money.
The 39-year-old, who recently revealed Sir David Attenborough invited her to swim with dolphins, was approached by someone less fortunate just as she was about to get into her cab.
Gemma proceeded to hand the man £100 as her friend looked on in the taxi.
The reality star looked glammed up to the nines as she enjoyed one final meal before tougher lockdown restrictions come into play.
Giving an ode to Scary Spice, Gemma wore a leopard-print jumpsuit, and to protect her from the weather, she had a black Balenciaga raincoat on top.
She made sure all eyes were on her, as she wore a pair of Gucci loafers and held a designer handbag.
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Essex native Gemma wore her hair in a sleek ponytail, with curls coming in at the front and made sure she was protected with a glam face covering.
As she ended her evening and got into her taxi, the Dancing On Ice star proved she was as cool as they come as she put up a peace sign.
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Just after the new lockdown restrictions were announced, Gemma revealed she was panic eating McDonald's because of the stress the announcement had on her.
Taking to her Instagram stories, Gemma told her two million followers: "Right guys, I've just got a… I've not been on the gram much lately personally, but I've just had to take to the gram because with the stress of the new announcement, I've had to get McDonald's."
Speaking to her driver, she said, "Me and Sid are in shock, ain't we Sid?"
"So it's drove me to have chicken nuggets and chips. Panic eating!
"Guys, I hope you're all having a good day, I just wanted to share how I'm feeling with you, better to share it."
The GC concluded her message by saying: "I love you all and let's just do what we need to be doing and just hopefully these chicken nuggets will get me over the shock."
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