Stella English's Biography
Stella English was a 30-year-old head of business management living in London when she won The Apprentice series 6.
At the time of The Apprentice, Stella English, who left school with no qualifications, had two boys.
She was the only woman in management on the trading floor of a Japanese investment bank.
In her audition for The Apprentice, Stella English revealed that she was extremely stubborn.
Her first car was a Lotus.
According to The Mirror, Stella English had a difficult upbringing. Her father was absent and her mother Drusilla was often unable to care for her. The Mirror also stated that Stella English's partner Ray Dewar was once accused of intimidating witnesses, but was cleared of perverting the course of justice.
She was initially raised on the Thamesmead housing estate in London.
Stella English was brought up by her great-aunt Stella Brockman.
Stella English and Chris Bates became the final two candidates in The Apprentice in 2010, and Stella then proceeded to win the final.
Stella English joined Lord Sugar's business Viglen to head up its managed services projects. By the time of The Apprentice final, according to reports, Stella English and Chris Bates had already been working at Viglen for five months.
Stella English married Ray Dewar on 22 March 2011.
In October 2011, The Daily Mail reported that Stella English had parted company with Lord Sugar's business.
In April 2013, she lost her claim of constructive dismissal against Lord Sugar.
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