Tamara Ecclestone has beefed up her security since she welcomed her daughter into the world.

The 33-year-old model - who has three-year-old daughter Sophia with her husband Jay Rutland - has made the conscious decision to add more security to her team and says it is ''a small price to pay for the peace of mind'' as she gets very anxious about what could happen to her little girl.

She said: ''Since having Sophia, it [security] is something that I think about a lot more. Since having her, I do get anxiety about situations that I never got anxious about before because she's the most important thing in my life and to think of her ever being in harms way, if there's anything I can do to stop that, then having security around all the time is a small price to pay for the peace of mind.''

Tamara - who is the daughter of former Formula One CEO Bernie Ecclestone - had no qualms about including her daughter in her upcoming reality show 'Tamara's World' as the little girl is very outgoing and enjoys being the centre of attention.

Speaking on ITV's Loose Women, Tamara added: ''She absolutely loved it. When we were on a break from filming, she was like, 'Mummy, why are we not filming today?' She loves to show what she's doing; she loves to be the centre of attention and the centre of stage. She's the biggest personality. She's three going on 13. I'm so proud of her ...

''I feel like that I made the right decision for her but when she's old enough to make her own decisions, then I will 100 percent never push her to do anything she doesn't want to do. And I was very conscious that if she was shy and reclusive and didn't enjoy the experience then I would have never put her in that situation. She's so mature for her age so I didn't see any downside in it. But when she's like 10 or 11 and says, 'I don't want to do this mummy,' then I will of course do whatever she wants.''