UK reality star Kimberley Garner revealed that she is a born-again Christian in an interview published Tuesday.
Garner, who gained fame in the reality show "Made in Chelsea", said that her faith is the most important thing in her life.
"Being a born again Christian is the best thing in my whole wide world," she told OK! "I'm so far from perfect it's nice to have something bigger than me that I believe in.
"I'm still a monkey, mischievous and naughty, but God is so great."
In a 2012 interview with the London Evening Standard, Garner said that she tries to "stick by what God teaches, just because it leads to [being] a better person".
The 24-year-old is the daughter of successful property developer Russell Garner, and attended St. George's School, Ascot. Garner worked for her father before embarking on a property development career on her own, and joined the cast of "Made in Chelsea" in 2012.
She was described as a "squeaky-clean blonde" who lives in Kensington with her parents, and "worships at the Holy Trinity Brompton once a week." The influential Anglican church is where the Alpha course was developed, and about 4,000 people attend their Sunday services.
Last year, Garner launched KimberlyLondon Swimwear, which was a lifelong dream of hers.
"I've always wanted to do it since I was a little girl — to design dresses and swimwear," she said in a 2012 interview.
The one- and two-piece collection features cut-outs, gold accents, and lush Italian fabrics, and ranges from £75 to £160. Garner said that she wants women to feel great in her pieces.
"I wanted to design a collection that flattered the women's body, that was fun but also elegant," she wrote on her website.