Mika Simmons is joined by Chloe Delevingne & Georgia Hirst for the live launch of The Happy Vagina podcast! Chloe and Georgia, both of whom have had precancerous cervical cells, will be sharing their personal experiences about sex, gynaecology & what they are doing to look after their vaginas better. Smear test attendance in the UK is dropping and this podcast aims to highlight why it is just so important not to miss your appointment.
Mika Simmons is a British actress, film maker and the founder of the Lady Garden Foundation. In 2014, having lost her Mum to ovarian cancer, her friend Dr Susanah Banerjee asked her to help her raise funding and awareness of Gynaecological Cancers. Mika founded the ‘Lady Garden Foundation,’ a charity which gone on to become of one the World’s leading gynaecological charities; partnering with the likes of Topshop and Selfridges and earning endorsements from celebrities such as Cara Delevingne, Margot Robbie, Ellie Goulding, Naomi Campbell and many more. In 2017 Mika was chosen as one of 40 inspirational British women to front L’Oréal Lancôme’s powerful women campaign. Mika is also a co-founder of Mental Health Mates, a community support project started by Bryony Gordon.
Chloe Delevingne is a model, activist and philanthropist who co-founded The Lady Garden Foundation and best-known for her work raising awareness for smear tests.
Georgia Hirst is an English actress who portrays Torvi in the hit History Channel series Vikings. She studied at the Drama Centre in London and is currently filming the lead role in independent comedy ‘Ravers’.