Clemmie Moodie is an English journalist and associate features editor at the Daily Mirror
Clemmie attended Guildford High School where she was able to put all her natural multi-faceted sporting talents to great use by playing lacrosse for England. Representing the South-East as part of their regional tennis team, as well as playing cricket for Surrey.
In fact Clemmie had the tremendous priviledge of participating in the MCC women's first ever match.
She read English Literature at Exeter University and was voted the University Sports Personality of the Year in 2003. She graduated with a First Class Honours Degree.
In 2004 she joined the Daily Mail as a showbusiness reporter where she worked until 2008 when she was recruited by the then editor of the Daily Mirror, Richard Wallace, to co-edit the 3 am girls column with former Sun reporter, Danielle Lawlor.
In October 2010 she took over sole editorship of 3am.
She has been nominated three times for the showbiz journalist of the year award.
In March 2013 she was voted Funniest Columnist of a national newspaper in the annual Lafta Awards.
In September 2014 she handed over the reins of the 3am column to her deputy, Ashleigh Rainbird, to become associate features editor at the Daily Mirror covering all Mirror titles.
Still a huge fitness and gym bunny. Clemmie was recently put through her paces and given some expert Gym tuition on form and technique by James