Imogen Thomas was thrown out of a restaurant for feeding her baby.
The 33-year-old Welsh model and television personality - who has daughters Ariana, three, and 10-month-old Siera with her boyfriend Adam Horsley - has revealed she was "not allowed" to stay in a cafe to feed her screaming tot because she hadn't bought the food in the restaurant, although it was purchased from the cafe's Waitrose store.
The brunette beauty announced her upset on Twitter on Friday (23.09.16) with a string of tweets. She wrote: "Just done a big shop in @waitrose so Siera starts screaming for her food. So I sat in cafe to give her a sandwich I bought from there ... and because I didn't buy the sandwich from the cafe I was not allowed to stay there and feed her! I am absolutely disgusted! @waitrose The sandwich was bought from your store!!! To say I'm furious is an understatement considering I just done a £150 shop!! @waitrose #awful (sic)"
However, this isn't the first time the former 'Big Brother' contestant - who took part in the reality TV shows seventh series in 2006 - has had problems with a retail store this week.
Imogen tried to enjoy a spot of retail therapy online on Tuesday (20.09.16), but when she went to pay for the items they weren't available and she couldn't pay via the payment method she wanted.
She tweeted: "[I] spent most of my night online shopping @Nike then I go purchase my things arnt in the cart so I re-add and my gift cards don't work! Wtf! (sic)"
Meanwhile, Imogen has previously revealed her and her partner were planning to get married in March this year so that her sick dad Charles, who has now passed away from cancer, could give her away.
Speaking previously, she said: "We were going to get married this year because my dad was given a year to live in November. We were planning to get married in March, so he could walk me down the aisle. Adam said he asked him [for his permission to get engaged] before I had the phone call to go home to see my dad for the last time."
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