Made In Chelsea: Millie Mackintosh calls Victoria Cruella DeVile, Spencer Matthews Calls Lucy Watson a slut and Binky Felstead’s mum wants to kill Jamie laing!

Last night saw the latest instalment of the current series of Made In Chelsea, and we are happy to report that with Louise Thompson safely tucked away at Uni, there were no cringey shower scenes. There was, however, tons of drama!

After last week’s rather uncomfortable dinner party, where newcomer Lucy turned up on the arm of Andy Jordan after telling Jamie Laing she was too busy to go with him, Andy decided that it was about time he and his old pal, Jamie, cleared the air.


He arranged to meet him at Bluebirds where he explained that he had no idea that Jamie liked Lucy, or that he had asked her to the same event. Jamie listened to him and accepted his apology, mainly because during the middle of it he received a text from Lucy asking him out on another date (or meeting, we aren’t entirely sure), to which he responded accepting, but making it very clear that it would only be as friends.

Jamie made his excuses and left Andy, but not before informing him that he intended to take Lucy out again which Andy reluctantly agreed, but on the way out of the bar he ran into the mothers of Ollie Locke, Cheska Hull and Binky Felstead, the girl whose heart he recently broke. Enticed over to their table by champagne, Jamie then looked like a rabbit caught in the headlights as Binky’s mum basically said she wanted to kill him, making for some of the most entertaining footage of the series so far.

Jamie then decided to confide in Andy’s arch nemesis, Spencer Matthews, his dilemma with Lucy, who relayed to him rumours he had heard, labelling Lucy as a bit of a slut.

Meanwhile Lucy, upon receiving Jamie’s text, seemed rather miffed, especially when her friend pointed out the irony of her being played at her own game.

Andy, in the meantime, decided to take incisive action over the Lucy situation, and invited her out again. Whilst enjoying a drink he admitted to her that he liked her, to which she responded that she liked him too, before sealing the deal with a kiss, can’t see that ending badly, can you?

Elsewhere, Sophia confided in Millie that she had started to develop feelings for Francis, despite sleeping with Proudlock last week, which Millie warned her would get very messy. Francis seemed as glum as ever about the situation, totally unaware that Sophia’s feelings may be changing, as the three of them all sat having drinks, which didn’t get any better when Proudlock asked Sophia out on another date right in front of him, making it pretty clear he was not invited.

Millie had to say goodbye to her beloved puppy, Herbie, this week, and whilst taking him out for a final walk before his chauffer driven ride to his new foster home with Rosie, they bumped into Victoria. At first things seemed quite civil, but when Herbie took a dislike to Victoria, Millie remarked it was probably because he thought fur coat clad Victoria was Cruella Deville, followed by commenting that she didn’t know what was wrong with him as he normally liked other dogs! This caused Victoria to storm off, later confiding in Sophia how hurt she was that Millie could have forgiven Rosie and not her, and that Rosie did not stick up for her.

Later that day, whilst shopping, Rosie meets up with Victoria and Sophia and tries to excuse her lack of support, but Victoria was having none of it and refused to leave for coffee with them.

Stevie held a 1920′s prohibition themed party, where all the gang was invited. Cue dinner party disaster part two…

First of all, Francis was just getting up the courage to go and tell Sophia how he really felt, prompted by Stevie who said he thought he was definitely in with a chance, but when they looked up from their conversation saw her locking lips with Proudlock in the corner, which caused Francis to leave the party.

Jamie confided the rumour about Lucy’s promiscuity to Stevie, who then went straight over to Lucy to inform her what had been said.

Jamie then grabbed an opportunity to have a little heart-to-heart with Binky, only for Lucy to storm over and have right royal go at him for spreading the rumours about her, which escalated into a full-blown slanging match between the two, whilst Binky drifted away to get a front row seat.

Finally, Rosie confided the awkward confrontation between her and Victoria to Millie, who then grabbed Victoria over to carry on their dispute too.

Basically not many people ended last night’s episode on a good note!

Watch an interview with MIC new girl on the block, Lucy Watson, in the clip below:

Made In Chelsea can be seen Mondays at 10pm on E4.

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