Louise Thompson wants to push Spencer out of his 'comfort zone'

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 4 February 2013
Louise Thompson covered in Creme Eggs

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Louise Thompson wants to kick off the next series of 'Made in Chelsea' on the "right foot", and start by pushing her boyfriend Spencer Matthews "out of his comfort zone"

Louise Thompson wants to push Spencer Matthews "out of his comfort zone" on 'Made in Chelsea.

The brunette beauty - who filmed a steamy shower scene with her lover in the last series of the E4 reality show - is keen to mix things up with her boyfriend in forthcoming episodes, and she would also like to film more with Binky Felstead and her other friends.

She exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "I'm hoping to cry a lot less this series! I want to start off on the right foot. I'm kind of done with the whole drama thing for a bit.

"I kind of said to them that I want to do more stuff with friends so I want to film more with Binky and fun scenes and activities and things, and maybe push Spencer out of his comfort zone a bit."

But Louise gets "frustrated" by the way she is portrayed on the show at times, and "feels bad" for Spencer - who admitted to cheating on her in the last series - because she thinks he gets "played out to be the victim" on the programme.

She added: "I think it's really frustrating. It is realistic because everything that happened has happened but its annoying some of the ways things are portrayed, definitely. Like, I walk into a scene in floods of tears when actually I've just had an argument and they've missed out part of the argument.

"It can be really frustrating when you think that you've stood your ground and it's swayed to look that way. Sometimes they protect you in that way. I look more vulnerable than maybe I actually was but it's difficult because you don't want to over-think everything.

"When me and Spencer talk about our relationship and stuff he's very loving and sympathetic and great, and then on camera I feel like he's pressured around the boys to play it a bit cooler which is not what he's actually all about. I feel bad because he gets played out to be the victim. I think they know he's tough enough to put up with it."

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