MISSING your fix of posh totty and plush London life? No fear.
Series 14 of Made in Chelsea is back on our screens TONIGHT. Here’s what we know about the return of cheeky chap Jamie Laing and the gang.
When does Made in Chelsea return and how can I watch it?
The new series detailing the racy, party-loving young things of SW3 returns for its 14th series on October 9 at 9pm on E4.
Series 14 follows hot on the heels of sun-soaked spin-off, Made in Chelsea Ibiza, which saw the sensational split of Tiffany Watson and Sam Thompson, as well as Frankie Gaff and Jamie Laing.
Producers have promised plenty of romantic action courtesy of the sexy singletons – and a few new arrivals thrown in for good measure.
Which Made in Chelsea stars will feature in the new series?
Fans’ favourites Tiff, Sam, Frankie and Jamie will all make their comeback with executive producer Ross Coward revealing: “It’s a long time since we have had so many single people on the show; it’s a new chapter for Jamie, Alex, Frankie, Sam and Tiff who are all back on the market, and alongside our favourite faces there are some exciting new additions guaranteed to turn heads and ruffle feathers.”
Meanwhile, MIC stalwart Oliver Proudlock and cute boffin Francis Boulle will make a welcome return to screen as will Victoria Baker-Harber, Mark-Francis Vandelli, Alex Mytton and Louise Thompson.
Fresh from his stint in Celebrity Big Brother, Sam Thompson will also star.
Love-able Toff – who bagged an equally high-brow admirer on the latest series of Celebs Go Dating – will bring her cheery character and wise words – and show bosses have promised “a blast from the past” will also rock life wist of the UK capital.
Here’s the line-up in full:
- Tiffany Watson
- Sam Thompson
- Louise Thompson
- Frankie Gaff
- Jamie Laing
- Alex Mytton
- Oliver Proudlock
- Francis Boulle
- Fredrik Ferrier
- Mark-Francis Vandelli
- Georgia Toffolo
- Olivia Bentley
- Julius Cowdrey
- Mimi Bouchard
- Ella Willis
- Harry Baron
Are there any Made in Chelsea newbies?
Yes! The latest eye-candy comes in the form of Charlie Mills.
The hunky blonde is a former model and playboy socialite and is set to bag a host of admirers as he arrives on set.
He’s heir to a banking fortune too, which may well help draw in the ladies.
What have producers said about the new series of Made in Chelsea?
Executive Producer Ros Coward, has let slip a few secrets, and said: “We all love Made In Chelsea for its mix of high-class romance, rivalry and ridiculousness and after a summer in Ibiza it’s great to be back in Chelsea with the entire cast.”
Meanwhile, Lee McMurray, Commissioning Editor for Formats at Channel 4 added: “After one of our most successful and explosive summer seasons yet, E4 viewers should brace themselves for an exciting new chapter in the lives of the Chelsea set.
“Efforts of old favourites to find new love sparks a fresh wave of the inimitable and hugely enjoyable mix of fun, feuding, flirting and fine-dining we’ve all come to know and love.”
What happened in the previous Made in Chelsea?
The bunch hit the sun-soaked sands of the White Isle – and it all kicked off.
The pair did not play a main role in the champagne fuelled dramas on the Balearic island of Ibiza, and new mum Binky Felstead was understandably a no-show too.
Roguish Harry Baron was causing trouble again when he voiced his feelings towards Jamie’s ex-girlfriend Frankie.
Sam was on a break from his girlfriend Tiff but was on thin ice with her when he starts flirting with one of their group – breaking their “no friends, no feelings” pact.
Sam Prince meanwhile was STILL trying to woo Toff and as usual Mark-Francis rose above it all, with the aide of his devoted sidekick Victoria.