Who is proudlock dating
"I'm quite a chilled customer – and very laid back. But I don't have his turnover rate with the ladies. But there has to be attention paid to not just putting a person of colour or of a different religion into the mix to fill a quota.
I love what I do but the show's always been very welcoming, but it's never been the right time to come back. But I thought coming back would be a really great opportunity to promote a cause I'm passionate about. "They're the most poached animal in the world, more than rhinos, elephants and tigers combined. Frederik, he's ENORMOUS now." He's even more pleased that Lucy Watson – his girlfriend's older sister and a source of much contention and ire – has left the series. "I've never known the show without her, but I'm happy she's happy." Casting our minds back to the group's continental antics on Made in Chelsea in the South of France, Frankie Gaff was caught in hot water in an unfortunate web of lies to boyfriend Jamie Laing.
"It was nice to have some time out," says Proudlock, "It's like coming back to one big family, but this time I'm doing it with a bit more humour, and some more lighthearted scenes." It was hard-hitting stuff before, I agree. JP, Sam Thompson, Tiffany Watson and Frankie Gaff are a giddy, excitable bunch.
"I've been away in the wilderness for a few years," says Boulle, who's been living and working in Ghana. Sam especially can't wait for the new series to start – and is buzzing that the boiiis are back.
Breathe a deep sigh of relief, fans of reality TV and the overuse of the word ‘literally’, for Made in Chelsea returns tonight (E4, 9pm).
Tremble with anticipation as we wait to witness the fallout of their Gallic gallivanting in this summer's South of France spin-off.Chinese black market wildlife traders sell them to restaurants in the Far East and sell their scales for Chinese medicine. Food heaven." I should probably force them onto the topic of Made in Chelsea, as the PR starts to glance at her watch. I prod about how this was received by viewers and friends, and what follows is a rather unexpected discussion of pseudo-feminism, and the power of trolls.