Below Deck Sailing Yacht star Daisy Kelliher recently spoke candidly about the overwhelming anxiety that took over her life last year. The sunny disposition of Season 2’s editor-in-chief has been quite a meaty change from Season 1’s editor-in-chief Jenna MacGillivray. Daisy has a confidence and a personality that fans have come to respect. She is also not afraid to speak her mind and call things as she sees them.
Despite smiling most of the time on Bravo, Daisy Kelliher has another side that she now shares with fans. It’s one that may not come out on the small screen.
Like so many people, Daisy Kelliher struggled with the coronavirus pandemic. The headliner shared her story in an Instagram post, looking back on the past year. “This time last year, I lost my job due to COVID and got stuck at my parents I’m not sure who struggled more. I was there for almost three months with no light in sight.” Daisy shared in a lengthy caption, accompanied by a photo of her smiling.
She explained that in order to help with the darkness she was feeling, Daisy Kelliher worked for her father and was lucky enough to get a couple of temporary hunting jobs. “I was lucky enough to do some temp work on a boat I love and with some encouragement from friends I did a reality tv series! A busy summer which was amazing,” said the Bravo personality.
Not long after filming for Below Deck Sailing Yacht ended, Daisy Kelliher faced another setback that triggered her anxiety like never before.
Daisy Kelliher broke her wrist and did not get the surgery she needed due to pandemic. She was also forced to return to Ireland for a second lock-in with her parents.
Below Deck: Daisy Kelliher Was Consumed With Anxiety
Like so many people, Daisy Kelliher was battling a coronavirus pandemic. The head roast shared her story in an Instagram post, looking back on the past year.
The past few months have been a significant and positive one for the main roast. Daisy Kelliher credits the sunshine and being surrounded by people again for helping her anxiety. Daisy shared her story of anxiety in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. The beauty of Below Deck Sailing Yacht hopes that by sharing her experiences she can help others.