"I would love to give her a spray tan": Lauren Goodger"s letter to the Duchess of the Cambridge inviting her to her beauty salon

'I would love to give her a spray tan': Lauren Goodger's letter to the Duchess of the Cambridge inviting her to her beauty salon

Now that she's back up and running after the brutal petrol-bombing of her shop, Lauren Goodger has a different clientele in mind.

The Only Way Is Essex star revealed she had written a letter to the Duchess of Cambridge to come to her beauty salon.

On last night's episode she added that she'd love to give Kate a spray tan.

Broadening her clientele: Lauren Goddger said on last night's episode of The Only Way Is Essex that she had written a letter to the Duchess of Cambridge inviting her to her salon

Broadening her clientele: Lauren Goddger said on last night's episode of The Only Way Is Essex that she had written a letter to the Duchess of Cambridge inviting her to her salon

Speaking to co-star Frankie Essex at a restaurant, she said: 'I wrote a letter to Kate Middleton to come down.'

A shocked Frankie said: 'Princess Kate Where did you send it to'

Will she go Kate has admitted to being a fan of TOWIE

Will she go Kate has admitted to being a fan of TOWIE

Lauren replied; 'I'm joking. I would love her to come down. That would be lovely,
amazing. I think she's stunning. I would love to give her a nice spray
tan. Give her the Essex look. I'm sure she'll love it.'

Kate last week reportedly admitted to being a fan of the ITV2 show, saying Lauren was her favourite character.

During a visit to the Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool on Valentine's Day she insisted she never missed an episode.

A source told the Daily Star: 'Kate was really chatty and more lovely
than you could ever imagine when she came in to visit the kids.

'After a while Kate started talking about TV and told us she watches The Only Way Is Essex.

'She has us all laughing, saying she never misses an episode and that Lauren Goodger is her favourite.'

And she even has her own love advice for the reality star: 'Kate said
she really hopes that Lauren doesn’t get back with Mark because ‘he is
not nice enough to her’.

High-profile stars including Russell Brand, his former wife Katy Perry
and WAG Coleen Rooney have all previously admitted to liking the show.

It's been a pretty horrible week for
Lauren, one that should have seen her smiling proudly as she welcomed
customers through the doors of her new salon.

Instead she was reduced to tears after mindless thugs 'petrol bombed' the shop just 24 hours after it opened.

The TOWIE star was shown on Sunday night's show going to the boarded up premises on Queens Road, Buckhurst Hill, in Essex.

What do you think Lauren was talking to co-star Frankie Essex about her idea

What do you think Lauren was talking to co-star Frankie Essex about her idea

Upset: Earlier, Frankie cried as she told Lauren how she felt alone in the house since her mother's suicide

Upset: Earlier, Frankie cried as she told Lauren how she felt alone in the house since her mother's suicide

She was seen surveying the damage to
Lauren's Way after it was attacked last Wednesday night, just 24 hours
after the grand opening.

She believes there is about 10,000 worth of damage and she also had to fork out 750 on steel security shutters

Speaking to the Sun, she said: 'I don't feel safe. I don't want to be on my own and it's terrifying to think I was targeted.'

A family live in the flat above the store and Lauren said she was relieved that no one got hurt especially the child.

She added: 'Someone could have been
killed. It's just horrible to think someone was prepared to do this – to
get me – without a thought for anyone's life.'

Ready to go: Lauren's shop, pictured last night, is back up and running after being 'petrol bombed' over the weekend

Ready to go: Lauren's shop, pictured last night, is back up and running after being 'petrol bombed' over the weekend

Vandalism: The shop after it was targeted by thugs

Vandalism: The shop after it was targeted by thugs

Lauren said she found out her salon had been torched after a frantic phone call from friend Frankie Essex.

She said: 'I was in the cinema when Frankie called me, screaming my salon was on fire. I just bolted and drove straight there.

'There's a lot of work to do': Lauren
Goodger surveys the damage to her salon but refuses to let thugs win and
vows to re-open soon.

'The family from upstairs were on the street and I could see the salon was just black and full of smoke.

Putting on a brave face: Lauren was seen filming in the shop last night

Putting on a brave face: Lauren was seen filming in the shop last night

Putting on a brave face: Lauren was seen filming in the shop last night

'Me and the girls spent months preparing for the launch and it's devastating this has happened.'

But Lauren has vowed not to let the criminals win and said she would be open again as soon as possible.

She said: 'My original shock has now
turned to anger. Whoever has done this is disgusting. Stock has been
ruined and there's a lot of work to do – but we WILL open again.'

Earlier on last night's show Frankie was seen crying to Lauren, saying she felt really alone at her house.

Her and brother Joey's mother committed suicide 11 years ago.

She said: 'I'm just lonely in the house, Joey's got {friend] Diags and his mates around all the time… with mum not there I feel like I'm become a woman… I just feel like I've got no one to talk to. there's no one there.

'There's no one who I can just pick up the phone and is there for me.

'I feel like I've got so much time on my hands i need to start doing something.

Lauren told her to call her anytime and come down to her shop for beauty treatments.