Emily Hartridge

YouTube Star

Emily Hartridge was born in Hambledon, England, United Kingdom on May 25th, 1984 and is the YouTube Star. At the age of 35, Emily Hartridge biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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May 25, 1984
Place of Birth
Hambledon, England, United Kingdom
Death Date
Jul 12, 2019 (age 35)
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Television Presenter, Video Blogger, Youtuber
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Emily Hartridge (25 May 1984 – July 19, 2019), also known as Emily Hart, was an English YouTuber and television presenter.


The names Ollie and Gareth Locke-Locke are welcome, and their names have special significance

www.popsugar.co.uk, August 21, 2023
A congratulations are in order! Both Ollie and Gareth Locke-Locke have welcomed their twins into the world. On August 20, the couple, who knew each other for years before joining the cast of "Made In Chelsea," posted a video from their YouTube channel on August 20 to announce their exciting baby news. "We are so excited to announce that our beautiful twins are finally here, and they are more precious than we could have ever imagined." However, their twins were actually born on July 8th and were in the neonatal intensive care unit "for a long time," they said, "It has been a scary time."

For good, two-thirds of Britons want e-scooters to roam the streets for good

www.dailymail.co.uk, March 18, 2023
MailOnline can reveal that a cancer survivor who barely lost his foot (right) in a horrific e-scooter crash is one of millions in the United Kingdom calling for them to be banned from the streets. According to a report by the National Accident Helpline, two-thirds of Brits want e-scooters barred from public roads, while three-quarters believe a driving licence and insurance should be a condition to use one. After an e-scooter accident on October 26, 2021, cancer survivor Luke Barratt (left), from Barnsley, was in remission for leukaemia. The 32-year-old's mobility had been restricted by his leukaemia, but he hoped that by using an e-scooter, he might visit relatives who live nearby. Nevertheless, when riding the scooter, he misjudged the kerb and was thrown to the ground. His right foot was practically torn off from his ankle. In 2021, the first year on record, the number of casualties in accidents involving e-scooters increased (inset).

According to a Lime e-scooter boss, the car speed limits should be reduced to 20 mph to shield riders

www.dailymail.co.uk, February 27, 2023
Wayne Ting (inset), the CEO of Lime, the world's biggest e-scooter and e-bike rental company, has requested that traffic bosses relax speed limits, fearing that doing so would prevent riders from being killed or seriously injured on the roads. His plea comes after the number of people killed by e-scooter incidents tripled in a year, despite that fatalities climbed by 28% in a 12-month period. Despite a damning report that labeled e-scooter riders more reckless than cyclists, being five times more likely to drink alcohol and 30 times to travel helmetless (left), Mr Ting has maintained that those renting his two-wheeled cars were not to blame. It comes after a row over the number of e-bikes and e-scooters being dumping on streets in cities (right) and towns across the United Kingdom, which has caused the London council to announce that it will fine unlicensed rental companies whose dockless bikes and e-scooters are found littering streets.