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Yet against the odds, Mr Taylor and Miss Walsh are still an item.He gave up his estate agency job in his native County Durham, and is now living in a flat in upmarket Chiswick, west London, with Miss Walsh now working as a TV presenter on Channel 5.Miss Walsh went on to be the runner up - with restaurateur Yasmina Siadatan winning the prize of a £100,000 a year job as Lord Sugar’s apprentice.Miss Siadatan, who herself is currently on maternity leave from her prize job, derided the reality show couple as ‘a poor man’s Posh and Becks’.
The product, a futuristic twist on a exercise ball, was devised by Mr Taylor, 31, and a team of fellow contestants during a section of The Apprentice screened early last year.
But with more than 10,000 Body-Rockas - all manufactured in Britain - already sold to Argos, and more available direct from his own website, he now has realistic hopes of becoming a business success in his own right.
And he says that his fellow team members on The Apprentice, who helped come up with the idea, are perfectly happy that he has ended up taking it to market.
As it was originally dreamt up by a team on The Apprentice - with Mr Taylor as the driving force in an exercising asking teams to create a new piece of fitness equipment - the TV production company is allowing him to produce it under licence.
He is being allowed to keep all the profits however, aside from a donation of at least £25,000 he has pledged to give to Cancer Research.He sold his home in Sandwich, Kent and purchased a flat in Bucharest which he put in Florin's name.