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Discovering Hidden Treasure in Made in Chelsea #Angus

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Meeting Angus Findley of Made in Chelsea is very confusing…

The model/reality star just isn’t what you’d expect.

Yes, he looks like a model.

Yes, he even looks like that chap on Made in Chelsea.

But that, ladies and gentlemen, is where the resemblance ends.

 

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To provide you with a quick recap, Angus Findlay is the quiet chap who sometimes hangs out with the quirky Amelia Mist.

Upon arrival, he showed some initiative, optimism or sheer folly, depending on your view, by attempting to secure a date with Miles Nazaire’s fiery on/off ex, Maeva D’ascanio.

Who promptly cancelled the date.

With a chuckle.

And that was pretty much that…

No more major stories for Angus, just a bit of egg on his face.

This was not particularly surprising as the bigger personalities inevitably get more air time.

So, why is my brain fried / scrambled? Keep Reading

If Mark-Francis and Boulle had a child – and why Posh Shaming just isn’t Chic

in Made in Chelsea/MIC Series 18

The love child of Mark-Francis Vandelli and Francis Boulle wouldn’t be a bad place to start in terms of inventing the perfect Made in Chelsea character.

And relative newcomer, Freddie Browne, might be just that.

A “born and bred Borough boy” who sports tweed, flannel and brogues (I’m guessing about the latter), may not have been made in Chelsea, but he was certainly made to be in Made in Chelsea.

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COMPETITION: Find love – and meet Love Island’s Amy Hart!

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Dating isn’t easy, is it?

It’s full of unexpected twists and turns, false starts and sudden endings.

No one knows that more than Amy Hart, the Love Island 2019 contestant who was unexpectedly dumped by her first love, Curtis Pritchard, on her return from the Casa Amor villa.

Anyone with a heart – or Hart – was in bits as a teary-eyed but smiling Amy declared her eternal friendship to Curtis and then gracefully departed from the spotlight with her head held high.

Amy thought she had met her “perfect man” but how can we predict these things in advance?

Especially when most of us date online, judging potential partners by little more than a clutch of artfully edited photos…

How do we know whether we should go on that first date? How can we protect ourselves from disappointment further down the line?

Enter dating app, CLiKD who are taking a swipe at the superficialities of online dating.  The app helps you to create relationships based on shared values and commonalities. Keep Reading

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