Our favourite Chelsea residents and some brand-new faces are in for a summer to remember from 28th September.
After a shorter than normal visit to SW3 earlier this year due to COVID-19, the award-winning reality show – Made in Chelsea – is back and bigger than ever.
The cast will be swanning back to the beloved Kings Road haunts and some of our Chelsea favourites will also be heading to the countryside, to while away the days in two extravagant country manors.
Set amongst lush grounds, swimming pools and tennis courts, the champagne will always be on ice. But whilst the grounds might be tranquil, the residents certainly won’t be, as passions are set to boil over in the summer heat!
Living it up in the country will be Harvey Armstrong, Olivia Bentley, Emily Blackwell, Verity Bowditch, Freddie Browne, Maeva D’Ascanio, Sam Holmes, Amelia Mist, Tristan Phipps, James Taylor and Tiffany Watson.
Our country residents will be joined by new faces in the form of Amelia’s close friend and socialite, Paris Smith, and personal trainer Charlie Frederick will also be keeping the gang fit for a summer of fun. New faces in Chelsea also include model Will Higginson and Reza’s girlfriend, Ruby Adler.
Chelsea alumni also returning this series include Harry Baron, Fred Ferrier, Binky Felstead, Janey Felstead, Reza Amiri-Garroussi, Sophie ‘Habbs’ Habboo, Sophie Hermann, Jamie Laing, Ollie Locke, Gareth Locke, Rosi Mai, Zara McDermott, Alex Mytton, Melissa Tattam, Sam Thompson and Mark Francis Vandelli.
Made in Chelsea returns to E4 from the 28th September at 9pm. Catch up on All 4.
Made in Chelsea is produced by BAFTA-winning producers Monkey, which is part of NBCUniversal International Studios, a division of Universal Studio Group. It is commissioned by Controller of E4, Karl Warner and Commissioning Editor, Clemency Green. The series is executive produced by Monkey’s Nazleen Karim.
Notes to Editors
The health and safety of cast and crew remains a top priority. Strict COVID-19 protocols and industry guidelines have been adhered to since the commencement and throughout filming in order to maintain a safe working environment.