Former #TheApprentice winner Sarah Lynn reveals huge news: 'I'm the first one'

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The Apprentice 2017 champion Sarah Lynn, who was named the join winner alongside James White in a show first, shared some happy news in an interview with as she revealed she had become a mother again. The businesswoman gave birth to Oliver Ace Lynn at the end of May and is now a mother-of-two. “I’ve just had another baby,” she gushed. “I’ve got a four-month-old.” Sarah, who received a £250,000 investment from Lord Sugar, 72, into her confectionary business, Sweets in the City, two years ago, went on to open up on balancing motherhood and work, saying: “I got pregnant again last September, with was in the middle of developing the new range and really busy time.

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Pondering whether she was the first winner of The Apprentice with children, she said: “Not with children, because Tom [Pellereau, 2011 winner] has children, actually.”

But she said she was the first winner to get pregnant shortly after getting the investment, adding: “But I think to be pregnant after winning…

“It was full-on. It was a full-on time for me because, obviously, being pregnant can be tough at times, physically and mentally, and I had a really busy time.”

Sarah explained how Sweets in the City had launched their first range of own-brand sweets in June, just weeks after she gave birth to baby Ace.

“I had the baby at the end of May just gone and I kind of went pretty much straight back in to work, although I wasn’t doing the same sort of length days,” she said.

“We had the launch of the product in June, which

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