‘I’ve always had depression from when I was young. I think it came about from my family life. My dad was not a nice person. I’m not in contact with him anymore. He got deported back to England. He did something super serious.

‘It’s taken me a long time to get through it and as you get older there are issues. When you’re younger you didn’t have to face these issues but when you get older it’s a new issue and a new part of that problem that you never had to deal with. I guess I’m OK.’

If you give advice to fathers out there from a daughter’s perspective, what would it be?

‘Listen to them and look after them. Don’t hurt them. A father plays a huge role in a child’s life. I’ve seen kids go through the same thing where they’ve got fathers that haven’t been there for them enough or haven’t focused on them at all or have treated them in a certain way because they’re not a boy. You just really have to focus. You don’t understand how that impact of your dad really destroys you. Your family upbringing is a huge thing. If your father’s not around it destroys a lot.’

‘I nearly lost my grandma once. That was really terrifying because I grew up with her. It was just the two of us at home and she just collapsed one day. I was about 14 at the time. She had a bad reaction to medication. I panicked and called Triple 0 and cried for the rest of the night. But she was OK in the end.’

What’s one thing you love most about your grandmother?

‘She’s very understanding. I went through a tough time in my teenage years and she stood by me and was always supportive. She’s always been there for me and doesn’t judge.’