Vicky Pattison has ruled out a return to after admitting she’s too much of a ‘miserable cow’ to keep up with their partying ways.
Speaking with MailOnline to celebrate her collaboration with skincare brand YourGoodSkin, the 30-year-old confessed she’s fallen out of touch with many of her co-stars from the MTV series, after admitting that she had been brought to tears by social media trolls.
Vicky also revealed that she recently became ‘overwhelmed’ by planning her wedding to fiance John Noble next year, adding that she’s looking to hire a planner that can guide her through the ‘wedding wilderness.’
Moving on up: Vicky Pattison has ruled out a return to Geordie Shore after admitting she’s too much of a ‘miserable cow’ to keep up with their partying ways
She said: ‘Unfortunately I don’t really get together with the Geordie shore as much as I should and it’s a shame because they’re a fantastic bunch of people, but that chapter of my life is sadly over.
‘I couldn’t even keep up with them if I tried now. Three gins and I need a pizza in bed! I see the pictures of them out on the lash and I think god you lads are hardcore I don’t know how you do it!
‘I’m a miserable old cow, and they’re very much in the prime of their partying life so I wish them the best. I hope they continue to fly that partying flag for little old me. I’m too darn old to do it anymore!’
Vicky was one of Geordie Shore’s main stars from its premiere in 2011 until 2014, and starred alongside other such as Charlotte Crosby, Gary ‘Gaz’ Beadle and Scotty T.
Open: Speaking with MailOnline the 30-year-old said she’s fallen out of touch with many of the show’s stars (above with Charlotte Crosby and Rebecca Walker in 2012)
The Newcastle-born beauty also spoke candidly about her struggles with social media trolls, saying that on a bad day their comments could sometimes bring them to tears.
She admitted: ‘I’m really fortunate and really lucky to wake up and do the job I do. It’s unpredictable and it takes me to amazing places to meet some fantastic people.
‘One of the only downsides, and I’m not complaining I promise I’m not cos I know how fortunate I am, but one of the downsides is the negativity I can received on social media.
Honest: Vicky also admitted she has previously been brought to tears by social media trolls, saying: ‘I shouldn’t be fighting back the one in a thousand comments’
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