Sophie started her career as a management consultant working for Deloitte. She then worked for the Prince's Trust running the programme which helps disadvantaged young people to start businesses. In 2012, after several years juggling work and study, Sophie was called to the Bar. She now lives and works in London as a clinical negligence barrister.
Lizzie was previously a Director with BT and a JP. She now works as a psychotherapist with a particular interest in clients affected by domestic violence and other trauma, and is also a Governor of Truro and Penwith College. She has returned to live in Cornwall where she was born and brought up.
After graduating from university, Rose spent several years working as doctor in Sydney, Australia. She returned to the UK with her fiancé Lucas last year and is now working as a trainee anaesthetist in North London.
Tony was also a Director of BT. When he retired, he qualified as a solicitor and now works for Macmillan, supporting clients with legal problems arising from their illness. Originally from Fulham, and still an often-disappointed supporter of Fulham football club, he is also enjoying living in Cornwall.