Carianne may have officially won The Bachelor, but Gavin's ex hates her
She’s the Page 3 girl accused of snogging a crew member and the most hated contestant on The Bachelor.
But although Carianne Barrow, 24, has bagged the ultimate prize of becoming 29-year- old Gavin Henson‘s girlfriend, she’s now set to face one of the biggest fights of her life – with his ex Charlotte Church, 25, and her mum Maria.
Now can reveal that Maria, 46, in particular is raging about Carianne being near her grandchildren after we unearthed live footage of the model stripping on the internet.
Maria told a friend: ‘My God, of all the women he could have had, he lands that one.’
While Carianne has admitted to topless modelling, she omitted to mention her racy videos on dailymotion.com, in which she does a strip for male fans.
‘Taking your clothes off in a video that’s available online is very different from tongue-in-cheek Page 3 modelling,’ says a source.
To add fuel to Charlotte and Maria‘s concerns, we can reveal that another contestant, Layla Manoochehri, 25, was Gavin‘s first choice as the winner of the show – but told the show’s bosses that she’d refuse Gavin‘s rose.
Fellow contestant April Banbury, 22, who came third behind Carianne and Layla, tells us: ‘Gavin‘s a plonker for picking Carianne.
‘But Layla got so angry with the situation that she walked off the show.
‘I thought he was looking for someone who was genuine and loyal, but he didn’t go for any of those things.
‘Carianne doesn’t even like kids.
‘She can’t stand them.
‘She says children hate her.’
Considering that Gavin has two children – Ruby, four, and Dexter, two – it doesn’t seem his smartest move.
Speaking about Carianne‘s alleged snog with a crew member during the series, April adds: ‘Although she’s denied it, she kissed the show electrician’s son.
‘I think Gavin‘s made the worst mistake of his life.’
Hmm, Carianne definitely doesn’t sound like wife material…
Read the full story about Charlotte Church, Carianne Barrow and Gavin Henson in Now magazine dated 7 November 2011 – out now!