British socialite Tara Palmer-Tomkinson recently concluded a month-long stint in a rehab clinic as part of her ongoing battle to stay sober.
The star has struggled with addiction problems in the past but insists she has now been sober for eight months, and Palmer-Tomkinson reveals she recently sought professional help at a clinic.
She tells Britain's Sunday Telegraph, "I'm working on my sobriety. I went to rehab for a month and I've now been sober for eight months. This year is all about getting sober and doing charity work. I feel so much more clear-headed and I have had brilliant ideas for new ventures now that I'm not drinking."
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