Made in Chelsea’s Tiffany Watson reveals her vegan diet secrets

Fridge raider: Tiffany Watson, 26, on what’s in her fridge

Tiffany Watson diet food vegan

by Georgina Terry |

How much do you spend per week?

Around £60, but it’s been a lot more during lockdown as I’ve been at home cooking and eating in every day. I’m a vegan, and I find supermarkets stock good options.

Describe your daily diet...

Normally the day starts with coffee, plus avocado and Marmite on rye bread. It’s a weird combo but it works. Lunch will be picky bits, like houmous, carrots, falafel, some vegan chicken for protein, and olives, or I’ll make a beetroot falafel wrap. I end the day with something simple. If I’m feeling lazy, I’ll make a tofu and veg stir-fry, or I’ll make a vegetable pasta dish and have that for a few days.

Tiffany Watson
Tiffany Watson opens her fridge for Closer ©Closer

What do you snack on?

Fruit, dates with peanut butter, vegan meat packets, carrots, or pitta with houmous.

Is there anything you refuse to eat?

Coriander, fennel, and seaweed spaghetti.

What would you cook to impress?

I’d go with a Mexican theme as I love it. I’d serve a big nacho sharer to start, with vegan chilli, black beans and dips, then vegan chicken fajitas for dinner, plus a chocolate fondue with fruit and vegan marshmallows.

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What do you cook when short on time?

A vegan chilli – veg, vegan mince, sauce and spices, served with rice and vegan cheese.

Favourite tipple?

Either a margarita cocktail or rosé. I also love Dash waters and an elderflower and soda.

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Millie's fiery personality came up with the goods in series four. After discovering slimy Spencer was cheating on current girlfriend, Louise Thompson, Millie and Rosie (pre-'friendship' speech, obvs) confronted Spence and gave him a big old slap. Followed by a dramatic storm off, this has got to be one of the most memorable moments in the show's history.

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How can we forget out favourite sassy SW3 resident Lucy Watson? Her entrance in series four was not a quiet one. What better way to bond than over a Champagne-filled dinner party? Maybe not. After attracting negative attention from the other Made in Chelsea ladies for going on simultaneous dates with Jamie Laing and Andy Jordan, the infamous dinner party culminated in Lucy asking why everyone was 'getting up in her grill'.

Francis Boulle
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Rosie isn't one to shy away from the action, but her in-the-moment insults could use some work. After a heated discussion at a masquerade ball in series one, Rosie's memorable comeback for Francis's comments was: "Francis, your mask looks like you've got a knob on your face." Although it's not the wittiest insult she could've thought up, she's not wrong.

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Made in Chelsea viewers were quite concerned about Josh Patterson's forehead veins after his memorable argument with Ollie Locke in series 12. In an angry outburst at Ollie's concern for Binky, JP erupts with his famous line: "I'm a fcking good guy. My parents raised me well. I'm a gentleman." A gentlemen who's very concerned about his girlfriend feeding other men marshmallows, apparently.

Mark Francis
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Bless him. After hearing that Nando's is not, in fact, a wine bar, but a chain restaurant that sells chicken, Mark gives us his best disappointed-cum-regal look. After hearing that Nando's can actually be a date venue (the horror) he said: "He took her for chicken? What a lovely first date."

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You can't blame her for not sticking with the festive theme. Would it really be a Made in Chelsea Christmas without a massive Champagne-fuelled argument over the dinner table? Series six was particularly spectacular, with arguments between Victoria, Cheska Hull and Lucy Watson culminating in Victoria calling Cheska a 'fat fcking turkey'. Not cool.

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You've just broken up with your boyfriend and you're heartbroken, what's the first thing you do? Make a music video and hire six actors who look extremely like your ex. No? Well, that's exactly what Gabriella Ellis did after her emotional breakup with Ollie Locke and the results were pretty weird.

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Millie has had plenty of fiery encounters on the show, one of our favourites is her infamous speech in the finale of the second series. At the uber-glam twenties themed party, Millie said: "to my best friend, Rosie Fortesque, for hooking up with Hugo Taylor while we were still together, and lying about it. Here's to friendship."Then, storming past her former-friend Rosie, Millie says: "You're disgusting". Ouch.

Binky Felstead
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Ah, the classic breakup reason - cheating on your girlfriend by having an orgy. In the previous episode, Binky asked Alex to promise he had 'only cheated on [her] four times', and to her dismay, she finds out this time he not only cheated on her again, but this time in an orgy. What followed was an extremely hard slap and many tears. Poor Binks.

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These Made in Chelsea boys never learn, do they? In classic Chelsea style, James Taylor decided to take Eliza Batten to Paris on a date on a Monday (casual), while also dating Kings College London student, Verity Bowditch. The pair confronted him at a party, where it also transpired that he had tried to woo them both by inviting them to see his plane. Bit awkward.

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Nutritionist Juliette Kellow says:

“Tiffany’s diet seems based on Mediterranean food, which is good news for her health. Med diets have lots of fruit, veg, wholegrains and pulses like chickpeas and beans, with less meat and dairy. This helps to keep intakes of saturated fat down.

"Foods like olive oil, avocado and nuts boost monounsaturates – fats good for our heart.”

Fridge health rating 9/10

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