Who is Marnie Swindells on The Apprentice? | The Sun

THE Apprentice season 17 is coming to an end.

Two people have been chosen to go head to head, with just one becoming Lord Sugar's business partner.

Who is Marnie Swindells?

Marnie Swindells was one of 18 candidates who are took part in The Apprentice season 17 and she has managed to land herself a place in the final.

She is going up against Rochelle Anthony to try and win the prize of becoming Lord Alan Sugar's business partner.

She is a gold medal-winning boxer,and is described by the BBC as being an "imaginative businesswoman"

Marnie was born in London, where she still lives, in June 1994.

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You can follow her on Instagram @marnieswindells.

What is Marnie Swindells' day job?

When filming for The Apprentice season 17 began in the summer of 2022, Marnie listed her career with the show as "court advocate".

However, she has since left this job and is now launching her own boxing club called Bronx, in South London.

Explaining her decision to do this, Marnie told her Instagram followers: "Walking away from a career that I literally tortured myself to get was hard, but you know what's harder? Staying in a place when you know you have more to give.

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"Don't play it safe, don't get comfortable and don't ever settle for less than what you are capable of.

"Be bold enough to close one chapter, in order to open the next."

What has Marnie Swindells said about The Apprentice?

Before entering the famous boardroom, Marnie gave her views on how she will fare on The Apprentice.

Speaking to the BBC she said: "I deserve Lord Sugar’s investment because I have given my blood, sweat and tears to my business.

"I think that taking the experience I have in the boxing industry and all the experience that he has in the business industry, together we would be a winning combination."

Marnie went on: "I have fought tooth and nail to get to where I am today with my business.

"I deserve the chance to have that investment to show him what I can do with it."

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