The Apprentice winner Marnie Swindells has revealed she has a touch of imposter syndrome over winning the show.
The fitness entrepreneur came out top and became Lord Sugar's new business partner after making it to the final two and going head to head with salon owner Rochelle Anthony.
Appearing on This Morning, Swindells admitted the whole thing was still a bit “surreal”.
“Even hearing you say it sounds odd to me,” she told the ITV show's hosts Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary after they introduced her as the winner.
“It doesn’t feel like it's me living in this moment.
“I haven’t even brought myself to saying it, that sentence out loud yet.”
O’Leary said that he had read that the reality star felt as if she had imposter syndrome.
“That’s how I feel,” she agreed.
“I don’t know what I did to deserve this but I am so grateful for it.”
Swindells said she believed that she and Anthony made it to the final stage because they are both “really adaptable”.
“So we will put on whatever hat we need to put on in that moment to make it happen," she explained.
"And it is being able to move between those different tasks and different skill sets that I think got us both to where we got to.”
Swindells said that now her "mission" was to "let the world know that boxing belongs to everybody".
"I think there is such a misconception about what happens in boxing clubs and it is absolutely magic in there," she said.
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