By Sarah Fitzmaurice
She found fame as the star of documentary Sex, Lies and Rinsing Guys so it's hardly surprising to learn that Danica Thrall would never sign a pre-nup.
But in a new wedding-themed photo shoot with her fellow Celebrity Big Brother contestant Prince Lorenzo, the 24-year-old model denies being a gold-digger and claims she isn't interested in money.
Danica told OK! magazine: 'That’s not what marriage is about to me. I might be a businesswoman – but not when it comes to marrying a man.'
Not quite the romance of the royal wedding: Celebrity Big Brother contestants Prince Lorenzo and Danica Thrall took part in a wedding themed photo-shoot
Lorenzo, 40, who fell for the buxom beauty while in the house, said he would insist on an agreement before marriage.
He noted: 'If you look at the statistics, more than 50 per cent of people getting married are getting divorced. It’s not fair that the woman should take half of your assets.
'But once it's signed it can lead to even more love because you know that person isn’t after your money.'
Dig: In the interview Lorenzo says he doesn't like the way Danica found fame. The 24-year-old model is still with her property developer boyfriend Ben King
The cosmetics entrepreneur also revealed he doesn't trust Danica after being emailed by people telling him to stay away from her, and added that he isn't a fan of the way she fell into the spotlight
Speaking about Danica's past, which involved working on X-rated TV channels, Lorenzo said: 'There are probably better ways to go about getting fame and money than what she has done so far .'
While the pair pose up in a Royal Wedding themed, shoot Danica is actually still together with her property developer boyfriend Ben King.
The model, who accepts lavish gifts from fans she chats to through her own website, was booed as she exited the Big Brother house.
The Derby-born model has already captialised on her new-found fame in the wake of Big Brother and last month she and Rhian Sugden posed up together for a steamy photoshoot for Nuts magazine.
To read the full interview pick up a copy of this week's OK! magazine on sale now.