Reading Time: < 1 minute Watson made the announcement on social media (Photo: Instagram)
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Made In Chelsea star Tiffany Watson has followed big sister Lucy’s footsteps by passionately advocating a vegan lifestyle.

And this passion for animal rights has extended into her business ventures.

In recent weeks, Watson announced she will be opening a vegan restaurant in London

Now the star has revealed she will be releasing a line of high end stationery at the end of October.


Watson made the announcement on Instagram, saying: “Yep you guys guessed it! @threesixfiveldn is my very own range of personalised gifts, stationery and planners. 

“I have been working on this for over year and I am SO excited to be able to final reveal my first product with you.

“The ‘2018 vegan leather diaries’ – with lots more to come in 2018.”

The star hinted about the launch last week on social media (Photo: Instagram)


She added: “All @threesixfiveldn products are vegan and recyclable to ensure we not only enjoy the little things, but also look after them. 

“We will be launching with the 2018 planners in just TWO DAYS and I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

“Remember to always chase your dreams and #MakeEveryDayCount.”

The diaries will be available here from October 27


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