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Magali Gorre Reveals She Felt “Lonely And Bullied” On RHOCheshire

Real Housewives of Cheshire star Magali Gorre has opened up about feeling lonely and bullied on the show. Magali says she found herself in a rift with her co-stars in the very first episode, when she was accused of trying to blag free tickets to Dawn’s charity ball.

It was a misunderstanding, she insists, yet tensions have rumbled on throughout the ITVBe reality show.

“I had never been bullied in my life and I feel for people that have been bullied now, it’s terrible,” Magali tells the Manchester Evening News.

“It was not easy because I’m not English, it was quite hard to defend myself in a second language. I’ve always felt myself an outsider. I felt when I filmed sometimes very lonely.”

Magali said the support of her family, in especially her husband Dean, helped her to get through the difficult moments.

“Our relationship is very solid,” said Gorre. “My parents were married for a very long time and his were too. We try to raise our kids to find a partner who is there for you. That’s why I survived this far.”

“I was myself and if people support me for being myself I think my mother can be proud of me and I hope my children are proud of me.”

Magali says she felt loved from the support from viewers on social media.

“I feel very beloved by the public, I have got so many lovely supporting tweets and my followers are growing by the day,” she said. “They really took the time to feel sorry for me and to be honest I needed that. I felt that I did something wrong.”

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