Made In Chelsea’s Victoria Baker-Harber’s life since leaving the show as she welcomes baby daughter

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Made In Chelsea star Victoria Baker-Harber was known as one of the sassiest stars of the E4 show and being a high-flying socialite off screen.

Best friends with Mark-Francis Vandelli and always dressed to the nines, the brunette beauty last appeared on the show in 2019.

But what has Victoria been up to since then?

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Who is Victoria Baker-Harber?

Victoria is a 32 year old socialite from Chelsea, London.

While most of the stars of the show are heirs and heiresses, it isn’t clear how Victoria made her fortune.

According to Grazia, Victoria’s mother is Australian.

It is believed Victoria is worth £1.5million in her own right from her bikini brand, Elle-en-Jette.

What has Victoria been up to since she left the show?

Victoria is now a mother to a baby girl named Gaia-Grace.

Speaking to MailOnline, the reality star revealed she had secretly welcomed a baby girl in 2020 with gallery owner Inigo Philbrick, 33, who is currently accused of fraud and is unable to meet the child.


“I don't want the joy of this little girl eclipsed by the situation with Inigo," she told the publication.

"She is loved and was born from love. I am standing by him and I love him,” Victoria said of the situation.

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Who is Inigo Philbrick?

Inigo and Victoria are said to have started dating in 2017 after he had a baby girl with his then girlfriend Fran Mancini, who is an Argentine art dealer and perfumer.


Over the summer gallery owner Inigo was arrested by the FBI in the Republic of Vanuatu in Oceania. He was later charged with wire fraud and aggravated identity theft.

Inigo Philbrick was accused of stealing £15million from art dealers.

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