Ollie Locke to quit Made in Chelsea?
Ollie Locke has admitted he will continue to star on 'Made in Chelsea' all the time his best friend Binky Felstead is on there
Ollie Locke has hinted he will quit 'Made in Chelsea' once his best friend Binky Felstead leaves to have her baby later this year.
The 29-year-old reality TV star - who has featured on the show since 2011 - will remain on the E4 programme all the time his close pal is in front of the cameras but has teased that he'll walk away once the brunette beauty bows out to give birth.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, he said: "I think with Binky being there, that's my priority at the moment."
The 26-year-old beauty announced she was expecting a baby with her on/off boyfriend Josh 'JP' Patterson at the end of last month but Ollie has known about impending arrival since November last year and has really struggled to keep it a secret.
He explained: "I was surprised. I did know. I've known since November, so it's really hard to keep it quiet. It's a big deal."
Although their future on the show is still up in the air the moment, Ollie has thoroughly enjoyed celebrating the baby news on the programme thus far and loves how "happy" his best friend is about her forthcoming new addition.
He said: "It's all on the show. I'm not allowed to talk about it very much. But she's very happy. I think they're both delighted."
Meanwhile, although she's happy for the baby preparations to take place on screen, Binky doesn't want to give birth on camera.
She joked recently: "I can't imagine a camera being by my noonie when I give birth."
Binky and JP weren't together when they found out they were having a baby together but are reportedly growing close again.
She said: "It's obviously been a huge shock to both of us.
"This is a new start and a new chapter in our lives. I want to be a little family, to be honest. But I'm going to be okay either way.
"Whatever happens, this baby is not going to be affected. And I know Josh will be part of the baby's life whether we are together or not. We are a unit now."