Welcome to Heartfelt With Hayet, an inspirational talk show dedicated to bringing you real lives, real people, and real stories that shape our world! 

Established in 2021, our show champions mental health awareness and provides a platform for guests to share their experiences in a safe and supportive environment.

We believe that everyone has a unique story to tell, and by sharing our narratives, we can foster deeper connections and understanding. We are committed to creating a space where guests feel comfortable and empowered to open up, and where viewers can learn and be inspired by the journeys shared.

Join us on this heartwarming journey as we explore the human experience and discover the resilience, strength, and compassion that lie within us all.

“Let’s use the wisdom of the past to make a world where anything is possible and help us shape a better future for all!”

– Hayet, Founder

We invite you to take a look around our website, the navigation bar at the top of the page will provide you with an overview of our services and products. Watch this space! There are exciting times ahead!


Former banker, Hayet Ekeleme, is now a mental health advocate as well as a tv and media personality. Hayet has appeared on ITV, Channel 4, BBC, NOW TV, and Sky.

After leaving banking, Hayet took over the management of her family’s mental health care home. Hayet also pursued her passion for makeup artistry, building an impressive portfolio of celebrity clients

Through her work and “heartfelt” exchanges with clients, Hayet discovered that many people in the public eye struggle with mental health. With their permission, Hayet began sharing their stories to help inspire others to speak out about their mental health struggles.

In 2021, Hayet launched her show, “Heartfelt with Hayet,” which champions mental health awareness. “Heartfelt with Hayet” has been praised for its honest and informative interviews. The show has also been credited with raising awareness of mental health issues and helping people to seek help. She hopes that her show will help destigmatize mental illness and provide a platform for people to share their stories.