Grace Victory Biography – Grace Victory Wiki
According to Grace Victory Biography and Wiki, Grace Francesca Victory is a British Youtuber, award-winning creator, and Happiful Magazine’s first columnist. She is predominately known for her inspiring words, fierce fashion sense, and refusal to diminish her self, values or voice, to suit societal expectations.
YouTube star Grace Victory was placed in an induced coma after giving birth two months early this week as her battle with Covid-19 worsened.
She is one of the UK’s forerunning and most successful creators, and over the last 5 years has built a global audience with her girl-power attitude and encouraging spirit. She is a TEDx speaker, one of the faces of Vauxhall’s ’25 Years Of Corsa’ campaign, and has been awarded ‘Most Inspiring Role Model’ for InStyle Magazine’s Project 13 and ‘Creator For Change’ for the Lovie Awards 2019.
Grace Victory was born on 29 August 1990 in Buckinghamshire. She is now 30 years old as of 2021.
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Over the last few years, Grace has presented multiple TV shows, including “Clean Eating’s Dirty Secrets” – one of the most-watched documentaries on BBC3, achieving over 1.5 million views across BBC1 and BBC3 combined.
Grace has appeared on BBC Celebrity Mastermind, ITV, and The Brits. She hopes to continue with other TV projects in the future. Grace talks about problems that all young people and women face and topics that are perceived as taboo; therapy, sex, trauma, relationship dynamics, diet culture, self-awareness, and spirituality.
Grace’s content focuses on plus size fashion, healing the mind, body, and spirit, and the importance of self-development. Grace’s most recent work includes MAC, Refinery 29, RTE, Always, PLT, Badoo, and Elomi.
As of 2020, Grace is now exclusively represented by Gleam Futures. Grace enjoys brunch, holistic wellness, and, more recently, kickboxing.
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British YouTuber with Covid-19, who spent three months in a coma, has been discharged from intensive care.
Grace Victory, 30, from High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, contracted coronavirus in December while pregnant. She was put into a coma on Christmas Day, a day after she gave birth to her first child, a baby boy, who was induced two months early.
Victory woke up from the coma on 8 March. She said doctors had given her a slim chance of surviving the virus.
On Friday, she tweeted: “The medical staff gave me a 5% chance of surviving Covid, but because I’m me, I’ve been discharged from the ICU,” she wrote.
Victory’s condition worsened in December after she had been unwell for some time. Doctors induced her labour on Christmas Eve out of concern for her condition. Her baby boy was born healthy, but Victory was admitted to intensive care after developing breathing issues.
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The YouTuber has more than 200,000 subscribers on her channel, where she discusses parenthood and relationships, mental health, and body confidence.