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The Traitors winner quits day job for "next chapter"

The Traitors winner quits day job for
The winner of The Traitors series two reveals that they have quit their day job.

The Traitors winner Harry Clark has revealed that he has quit his job in the Army.

The 23-year-old triumphed in the series two finale, claiming the entire £95,150 prize pot after successfully convincing Mollie Pearce that he was a Faithful - then revealing to her that he had been a Traitor from day one.

Clark had been serving as a lance corporal in the forces before taking part in the show but has now decided to leave in order to spend more time with his girlfriend, CBBC presenter Anna Maynard.

"All respect to the military - it made me the man I am today," he told BFBS Radio.

"It's been amazing in helping me with winning the game but I was already looking to start the next chapter of my life before the TV show came about. I had done six years in the military, I'd been sent away.

"I'm a lover man, I'm a hopeless romantic. It sounds so cringe but it takes that special someone... I never wanted a full career in the army because I wanted to move back home.

"Being away it's Monday to Friday, and if I get deployed it's months where I can miss birthdays... I met my girlfriend, I missed my family and my decision was 'I'm gonna get what I can and I'm ready to leave now'."

The third series of The Traitors is due to be filmed this spring, meaning that it could air on BBC One as soon as this autumn, while a celebrity spinoff is also in development.

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