Growing up, Patsy attended several schools including the Newland House School, St Catherine’s School, Twickenham, and Corona Theatre School.
Her father James Henry Kensit (nickname Jimmy the Dip) was said to be part of the notorious London gangsters, the Kray Twins, and her mother Margaret Rose Doohan was a publicist.
Patsy was married to the rock star Liam Gallagher, though the journey was of a short kind with not a happy ending.
The stunning blonde has many traits to her name, working hard to achieve her dreams of being famous.
Did she achieve her goals?
According to Patsy Kensit Instagram, I think we can agree she has!
Kensit’s Instagram is where she shares some important moments including selfies and beautiful places she visits.
Now, let’s explore her rise to fame.
Her Rise to Fame
Patsy Kensit began her career as both a singer and actress. At the young age of four, Kensit already started appearing on the big screen for various advertisements.
She also frequently appeared in BBC Children’s television programs such as Luna and The Adventures of Pollyanna.
Her first big-screen role was for the film For the Love of Ada and two years later, she appeared alongside Mia Farrow in The Great Gatsby.
The former child star is also a talented singer! At the young age of 19 years old, she belted a duet with Eros Ramazzoti, Italian singer and songwriter. Kensit was also lead singer for the band Eighth Wonder who’s had two Top 40 singles.
Nevertheless, the multi-talented star became more focused on her acting career, appearing in the 1989 film Lethal Weapon 2.
"If you want to wear Topshop, have a bit of Botox or dye your hair orange, then do it without fearing judgment. We shouldn’t be body-shaming each other or think getting old is a negative thing, because it’s not. What comes from within, your belief in your potential and what you can offer to the world: that is the true beauty of a woman.”