The chief stew has spoken exclusively to Express.co.uk about her struggle when the show shifted from her “professional life to personal life” due to her relationship with crew members.
Daisy’s love triangle with Colin MacRae and Gary King led to serious tension in Below Deck Sailing Yacht’s Season 4, and the Bravo star seems to have gone back on it.
When asked what she would say to someone starting out on the show, Daisy replied: “Just don’t screw the crew! It is very physically demanding and mentally demanding.
“I also think if you’re very young it would be tough, I see a lot of young people coming on the show, like 22 or 23 years old, which I find a bit concerning. I did it when I was 33, which I think was a good age.”
Daisy was also asked whether she had any regrets from her time on the show, replying: “I have no regrets but this season was an interesting shift with the show going from my professional life to my personal life.
“And that was, yeah, that was a tough one for me to experience. It was a learning experience but I have no regrets but it definitely stands out as less positive.”
Daisy will reunite with Gary and Colin at BravoCon 2023 in November and has shared how “excited” she is for the event.
The chief stew had a very brief romance with Colin, leading the pair to have it out on camera in Season 4, and a harsh insult from the technician left Daisy to start crying and walk off camera.
However, despite her romance with Colin she never stopped flirting with Gary, and even accidentally said the wrong name in the bedroom.
Since the breakup played out on TV, Daisy has since shared her regret about it “playing out so publicly” admitting it was her “worst nightmare”.
She told People: “I feel like I’ve been through the worst of it.
“I’ve dealt with a lot over the last few weeks, and now I’m just putting it behind me and just hoping everyone enjoys the season and that will make it all worthwhile.”
Now that Daisy has officially put Season 4 in the rearview mirror, she’s focusing on work and traveling.
When asked about what we should expect to see from her, Daisy shared: “I’m at the Southampton International Boat Show today and it is so exciting to be here because I love bringing in a new audience to the boating world, and so I am hoping to do some more boat shows.
“I’m also excited because I’ve got things like BravoCon coming up and a few other bits. And yeah, just kind of living my best life.”
Daisy was speaking at the Southampton International Boat Show, which runs until 25th September