Major surprises in store on Made In Chelsea
Spencer Matthews has promised some big surprises before the end of this series of 'Made In Chelsea'
The 'Made In Chelsea' finale has some "major" surprises in store.
The cast of E4's hit show were out in force at the launch of Retro Feasts pop-up restaurant in Mayfair, London, last night (05.06.13), where resident villain Spencer Matthews revealed the last two episodes of series five would be some of the most dramatic to date.
Spencer said: "It's been an amazing series, without a doubt the best ever but there are still a couple of major surprises left in store."
The star was accompanied by his girlfriend Lucy Watson, as well new cast members Josh Coombs, Ashley James and Olivia and Fran Newman-Young, to toast the show's success at the opening of the posh diner.
Spencer also discussed best pal Hugo Taylor's appearance on ITV's 'I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!', which saw him burst into tears just 24 hours into the show.
He said: "At first I thought Hugo had really let the side down for Public school boys and looked a bit of a mummy's boy, but by the end he really pulled it around and he was on top form."
Retro Feasts - which sells classic British dishes and drinks from the last 30 years - was opened by Britain's youngest Head Chef Luke Thomas and restaurateur and hotelier Mark Fuller.
'Made in Chelsea' series six starts filming in July and returns in September.