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CHLOE Sims has shared a picture of herself completely stripped back – revealing her natural hair and make-up free face. The 40-year-old was asked by fans to show how she looks without extensions in as she took part in a Q&A and she posted the stunning snap, showing herself with mid length wavy hair.

She then posted a video on Instagram – again make-up free – as she insisted she is rarely glammed up. The Towie favourite explained:  “Just to clear something up, I think people think I go out in make-up every single day. “This is how I go out everyday.

I actually don’t wear make-up as much as people think and when I do create it, I am either filming it before heading out and then that is the actual make-up I have worn or I just play around with make-up, film it and then I take it off. “I don’t sit in make-up, I am never in my house in make-up.

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