Insects invade Made in Chelsea stars' house
'Made in Chelsea' stars Oliver Proudlock, Jamie Laing and Francis Boulle have seen their house invaded by insects following the recent heatwave in the UK.
A trio of 'Made in Chelsea' stars have had their house taken over by ants.
Oliver Proudlock, Jamie Laing and Francis Boulle's cleaner has been working overtime in an attempt to spruce up their luxury home following the unfortunate insect invasion, which has led the reality stars to splash out even more of their hard-earned cash on the service.
Speaking at the launch of the new Oasis Mango Medley drink at the EDF Energy London Eye on London's South Bank, Proudlock exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "We've had to up the cleaner a bit. There are a lot of ants in our house at the moment. I don't know why it is - maybe it's all the heat?"
Despite the ant assault on their abode, Proudlock insists he is still enjoying living with his 'Made in Chelsea' co-stars and tries to keep his head down when drama erupts on the show.
He added: "I still love living with the boys. We're having a lot of banter still and no arguments. It's great fun!
"There was a lot of drama on the show last year. But I enjoy not being too involved and taking a backseat."
Proudlock was ant-free as he was joined by his co-stars Lucy Watson and Stevie Johnson as they enjoyed some fun in the sun at the Oasis Mango Medley launch.
The event featured a game of Spin the Bottle where an image of an Oasis Mango Medley bottle was projected onto a screen and synced up with lights illuminating the winning capsules on the London Eye.
The contestants in the capsule where the bottle stopped then won a VIP night out in London.