Daisy Lowe - who recently split from model Frankie Wade - is trying to ''figure out'' what she wants from a relationship.
Daisy Lowe is trying to ''figure out'' what she wants from a relationship.
The 27-year-old model - who recently split from model Frankie Wade and counts actor Matt Smith and singer Thomas Cohen among her former boyfriends - insists going on frequent dates with different people is a very ''normal'' thing of someone her age to do.
She said: ''I'm just a 27-year-old lady trying to figure out what I do and don't want in a relationship so I don't make the same mistakes again.
''For anyone who isn't in the public eye, that would seem normal, but because I get photographed going on one date with someone, then suddenly he is my boyfriend.''
But the brunette beauty insists she doesn't ever read gossip about herself because it is ''not good'' for her.
She said: ''At the age of 19, I made a choice not to read anything that's written about me.
''I just don't touch it because it's not good for you. It either gives you a really inflated sense of self or a really deflated sense of self and I don't need to feed my ego.''
Daisy is currently competing on UK TV talent show 'Strictly Come Dancing' and the show has given her the confidence to now want to pursue other career opportunities.
She said: ''I've always loved acting but never thought I could do theatre because I got the worst stage fright ever.''
Over three years ago, Daisy took a meditation course and makes sure she finds the time to reflect every day because it has changed her life.
She told Britain's HELLO! magazine: ''It has changed my life. Just dedicating 20 minutes a day to yourself and having a period of introspection, not in a selfish way, can make you the best person for yourself and for everybody else.''