“Not that there is anything wrong with that at all, it was just never for me. I always said that all I wanted was to get out of there and to become a successful director and or producer.”
The blog post goes into explain that the former Gogglebox star initially wanted to branch out into theatre, but decided to pursue a career in film, TV and documentary-making instead.
“I pride myself on being a strong, independent woman ‘who don't need no man!’
“I still to this day have that thought in the back of my mind. I feel I have managed to embed it in there pretty hardcore. I felt like I couldn't have both.
“I couldn't have this really great career and a boyfriend. So I well and truly managed to push away a good man at the time and pretty much have never had one since.”
The now 29-year-old then confesses that her main priority is to “have a solid relationship with myself”.
“Having a career is still so important to me don't get me wrong, but nowhere near as important as having a solid relationship with myself and using what I have to help others and have solid relationships with them too.”
Last night on The Bachelorette, viewers watched on as Angie was left in floods of tears after sending fan-favourite Ryan home.
"Oh, that was the worst. That was the wrong decision. That was not the right decision. That felt awful. I shouldn't have done that."