It’s taken me four days to write this post, and not because I was too lazy – which is the normal reason for my late submissions. But because I found the culmination of the Cleo and Pete storyline so emotional to watch, I wasn’t completely sure I could put it into words.
In what has probably been my least favourite series of Tales from SW3 ™, I should’ve known I could rely on Mr Edwards to redress the balance with common sense, a few cutting lines and a seriously dapper outfit. Am I the only one that thinks he should really take Jamie shopping?
When Marc-Francis Vandelli is the voice of relationship reason, we all know that there is some serious drama in the hearts of the SW3 faithful.
How else can you explain JP dumping Binky, even before he knew she had kissed someone else on a drunken night out? Of course, I’m not condoning her cheating but if you’ve read my posts before you know that I’ve never thought he was good enough for our Alexandra.
How weird was this week’s opening clip? I mean I’m all for cute guys and their not so cute friends running around an assault course, but it was so staged that I feel like I need proof that Alex’s and James six-packs are real. Lucy and Nicola I apologise, but it’s cool because my name isn’t Steph.
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I thought Made in Chelsea would be back with a Bvlgari bang, but instead they welcomed us back to their 11th series with a Woolworths whimper.
It was THAT bad!
Most of their opener was taken up with the sort of problems I don’t require my rich reality stars to have.