Fiona McAndrew has led a varied and at times controversial life. Although she is now a writer, in the past she was a model who regularly appeared in the British press and on the television. She was also a life model for world famous artist Lizzie Rowe, and after her modelling career ended Fiona dedicated her life to campaigning for women with low self-esteem and body image issues. She has also been included in a book by her former doctor called “Dignity in Death”, which documented her worldwide campaign in support of him.
Away from her career Fiona is a single mother of two, and she lives in the North of England with her dogs and two hens. She is also a sufferer of Graves disease, and is always keen to lend a hand to organisations who help people with auto-immune disorders and thyroid disease.