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Gemma Collins loves to dazzle us with her glamorous looks, but on Tuesday, the reality star opted to show off her natural beauty with a no make-up look.
The GC, who was previously spotted exercising with ex James Argent, appeared focused as she carried out some errands for her shop in Essex.
The 39 year old wore a grey long-sleeve top, with a black gilet and some marble effect leggings.
She had some black trainers on and her blonde locks tied up and out of her bare face.
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Gemma engaged in conversation with a friend as they packed up boxes into her car from her shop.
The self-proclaimed diva's sighting comes after she gave an update on her dad's health after he contracted coronavirus.
Just before Christmas, she revealed that both of her parents Joan and Alan had tested positive for the virus but it appears her father's health has deteriorated.
Speaking on The Gemma Collins podcast, the blonde beauty revealed: "It has been the most awful Christmas and New Year for me. I am not going to dwell on it.
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"Both of my parents have had Covid. My dad is still in hospital now. He's literally been fighting for his life.
"Things are so difficult. It is relentless at the moment with everything going on," Gemma explained.
"I am finding myself juggling so many plates at the minute. It's been a real shock to myself and my family with my dad being in hospital.
"He's the one who kind of looks after us all and has always been the strong one in my family. It is all on me.
"I don't mind because things don't always go to plan in life. I hope you are all staying safe as much as you can."
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The businesswoman, who opened up about her struggle with loneliness in lockdown, decided to focus on the positives despite going through a difficult time.
She said: "I am just going to forget about last year, it has not been good.
"I've had to be a superhero with two parents in hospital with two businesses and a TV career and a dog.
"There is so much. You don't realise how much has to get done," Gemma concluded.
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