Georgia "Toff" Toffolo has fired back at people who claim all reality TV stars are stupid.
The "Made In Chelsea" beauty - who won "I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!" last year - explained she is "mindful" of her young fan base, and while she earns money from her social media account she strives "to be a role model to people" by encouraging an interest in politics.
Speaking to the BBC, she added: "Lots of people who do reality TV do have a brain but there's a box we're all put in.
"I'm very mindful of my young following, I now have nearly two million followers and I have to consider the content I upload and at the same time be organic and normal.
"I'm not scared of showing me in my dressing gown, but I balance it out by talking about politics and voter engagement - young, fun but serious sometimes as well."
The 23-year-old star explained that she doesn't mind who her followers vote for, but that she wants to try and help with the issue of "political apathy".
And although some people may criticise Toff for making money from her Instagram profile when it comes to advertising, she insisted there is no problem with that.
She explained: "I make no secret of the fact I monetise Instagram and I don't think you should be ashamed of that.
"I am an influencer and I tend to do a lot of clothing posts because it's completely inoffensive. I need content, I wear high street like Missguided and Boohoo, so collaborating with them is a safe bet."
Toff and her castmates, including Jamie Laing, Francis Boulle, Mimi Bouchard, Frankie Gaff and Oliver Proudlock, return in series 15 of "Made In Chelsea" on Monday night (12.03.18) on E4.