The Made in Chelsea cast have returned from New York and are back in London for the eighth series of the popular reality show.
Jamie Laing spoke to SW Londoner about the series and gave fans an insight into what antics he’s anticipating.
“You can expect a lot of bromance fighting and a lot of things happen in Chelsea where you think why have I done that. It’s a great series again,” said the MIC star.
Filming is taking place around South West London and locals will be sure to recognise some sights throughout the series.
Just last week Spencer Matthews, Ollie Proudlock and Stevie Johnson were spied filming a Tai-Chi session at Battersea Park.
The Phene, The Bluebird and other Chelsea hot spots are also likely to be featured throughout the series.
The Chelsea gang have returned from New York and are set to deal with the fallout of their American exploits as they settled back home.
“New York was full on and made me realise the best city in the world is London, but I loved hanging out there,” said Laing on his big apple adventure.
The last two series were watched by more than a million people and the drama that is follow this season will likely keep those millions captivated.
In the last series Stevie changed from a shy background character into someone involved in more than one love triangle and it will be interesting to see what happens when he returns to Chelsea.
Tension could also rise when Binky Felstead is reunited with her ex-boyfriend Alex Mytton.
And of course everyone will be looking forward to the razor-sharp wit of Mark-Francis Vandelli.
Two New Yorkers will be following the group back to London to continue holiday romances.
Louise Thompson’s boyfriend, Alik Alfus joins the gang along with Billie Carroll, a love interest for both Spencer and Stevie.
As the stories pour over from New York into Chelsea, this series is sure to be an exciting one for the cast of Made in Chelsea.
The Bafta-winning show is expected to return on 13 October on E4 and the series will last for 11 episodes including a Christmas special.
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