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'You Can Be Whoever You Want To Be' - Suffolk MasterChef Contestant Hannah Inspires Others With Chronic Fatigue

Monday 16 March 2020


From UK newspaper the East Anglian Daily Times:


Hannah Gregory
Hannah Gregory from Bury St Edmunds competing in
the MasterChef quarter final episode on March 12.
(Picture: BBC.)

'You can be whoever you want to be' - Suffolk MasterChef contestant Hannah inspires others with chronic fatigue

By Mariam Ghaemi
13 March 2020
© 2020 Archant Community Media Ltd.

A Bury St Edmunds woman whose flavoursome food continues to impress the MasterChef judges has revealed she pushed on through the show while suffering with debilitating fatigue.

Hannah Gregory, 33, has now secured a place in 'KnockOut week' after her plate of battered tofu, chips, mushy peas, curry sauce and vegan mayonnaise got her through her quarter final contest, which aired on Thursday, March 12.

This follows her success in the episode the previous day in which judge Gregg Wallace described her lamb stew and accompaniments as 'nothing short of genius'. In an interview with us, Hannah, who works as a creative producer for music festivals, said she suffers with chronic fatigue syndrome (also known as ME), a condition she was diagnosed with in her early 20s, and had a relapse in January after pushing through filming last year and then travelling to France to produce a festival.

She wants to use her newfound TV fame as a platform to talk about how to cope with ME - and encourage others to follow their dreams in spite of the condition.


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