Speaking to the Mirror.co.uk, she said: “I’ve definitely been crippled by fear. At school I was a contradiction. Outwardly, I was a confident, brave individual who went for it and was unafraid.
“But inside, I always had a niggle in my brain, moments of self-doubt which made me question my abilities.”
Caught up in the rollercoaster of fame since 2001, Alesha has only recently realised she has been grappling with the condition.
What is imposter syndrome?
According to independent charity Kings Fund, imposter syndrome describes a high-achieving individual who struggles to internalise success, who feels fraudulent and who attributes success to factors such as hard work, charm or luck.
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