Claire: I was backpacking in Australia and ran out of funds. I saw a funny advert in the local paper asking for ladies for an 'upmarket gentleman's club' so I called and got an immediate interview having NO clue it was a brothel. It was so clean and lovely though that I decided to have a try for one evening and I earned more in one shift than the previous two weeks waitressing, and the rest is history.
Claire: I'm touring the US for as long as my visa keeps allowing me entry. Even with a 10 year multiple entry visa you never know how long they'll give at the border or if they decide you've been in too much.
Claire: I love twitter! I'm fully myself on it so guys can get to know my personality as well as see pics I don't post elsewhere. @clairecavendish if you're interested
Claire: Sense of humour and not taking things too seriously, strong arms and hands, not too much manscaping. Grooming is fine but full body hair removal on a guy and overly 'neat' head hair is yuck. A bit of rough masculinity is my thing!
Claire: I love the Greek Islands. The food is great and the weather was always amazing to me coming from a soggy part of the UK. Their summer was solid sun in Greece!
Claire: I'm a fully trained Psychologist? I paint in acrylics? I love to renovate houses!
Claire: Looking after myself financially since I was 15. I've always worked for my own money and though I haven't always been clever with money I'm not in debt or beholden to anyone else.
Claire: Being a mum. I had a daughter and I lost the plot. I left her when she was 5, to my shame, for her dad to bring up. I lived in the U.K and France for 5 years then but when she turned 11 she came to France to stay and I fell in love with her and went back to Australia to devote myself to attempting to be a good mum. It's the hardest work being a parent.
Claire: God I've been given so much by gents I've met! Jewellery, amazing wine and trips, clothes, but the most amazing thing a guy in the UK did was create a business proposal for an exclusive arrangement that lasted 5 years and allowed me to travel to Australia 3 times a year to see my daughter. I grew to love the man (not in a relationship way, more as a genuine soul friend) and we still see each other when I visit England.
Claire: Do your research, come into it with an attitude of service and learning. There will be dodgy guys but don't let them affect you or make you cynical because in my experience 90% of men are wonderful.
Claire: I'm working towards retirement in a couple of years with a view to buying a big house in France again and running it as a boutique hotel.
Claire: I heard one once that I was a bigamist!!??? WTF!!!