Made In Chelsea will have five new cast members join next series
'Made In Chelsea' is set to have five new cast members join the show in series 13, including the ex-boyfriend of Alex Mytton's girlfriend Lottie Moss
'Made In Chelsea' is set to have five new cast members join the show in series 13.
The popular E4 reality show based in London's Chelsea will return to our screens next month and the upcoming season is set to see the addition of Sam Prince - who previously dated Alex Mytton's model girlfriend Lottie Moss - as well as James Sandford, Ella Willis, Mimi Bouchard and Daisy Robins join the programme.
And production company Monkey are "excited" to have the newcomers join the team as they hope they will "add fuel to a number of fires" in the forthcoming episodes.
David Granger, who is the Managing Director at Monkey, said: "We've got a number of new faces who are sure to add fuel to a number of fires."
The 11-part series will also see the return of longstanding stars including Jamie Laing, Mark-Francis Vandelli, 'The Hills' alumni Stephanie Pratt, Francis Boulle, Ollie Locke as well as Josh 'JP' Patterson and his on/off girlfriend Binky Felstead who are expecting their first child together.
And David "can't wait" to capture the 26-year-old brunette beauty during her pregnancy on 'Made In Chelsea' and to explore the "exciting chapter of her life" with the audience.
He continued: "We're all so excited to have Chelsea's first baby on the horizon. Binky has been with us since the start so we can't wait to share another exciting chapter of her life with our viewers."
However, Jessica Woodley won't be making a comeback to the show, although her friends and co-stars Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo and Oliver Proudlock will be re-joining fellow cast members to film the new series.
Speaking previously about her departure, the blonde beauty said: "I'm not filming for it.
"The door's always open, but I'm working really closely with Rimmel and taking this time to focus on myself.
"Being on a reality TV show was difficult. It takes a lot of time and is mentally challenging. It's good to reconnect with the real world.