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Made in Chelsea season 7: 5 things we learned from episode 6

13 MAY 2014 Made in Chelsea returned to our screens on Monday night as the Sloane Square rahs brought us an episode full of drama, catty exchanges, and even a blossoming romance.

Read on to find out what we learned from episode six...

Made in Chelsea catch-up
Binky Felstead and her mother

1) Alex proved that "once a cheater, always a cheater"

Despite having initially claimed that he had "blanked out" the night he allegedly cheated on Binky, Alex eventually came clean about his cheating ways. This week however, Lucy Watson shocked Binky when she revealed that more rumours had emerged of his infidelity, including Alex reportedly sneaking out to meet other girls when Binky was asleep.

2) Lucy and Louise's blossoming friendship may be coming to an abrupt end

HELLO! Online blogger Lucy Watson and Louise Thompson's friendship was always going to be a bit awkward (after all, they both dated Spencer Matthews), but in last night's episode, things were heated when Lucy confronted Louise after hearing she had been talking about her behind her back. Lucy also accused Louise and Rosie of encouraging Binky to get back with Alex, prompting the reality stars to take to Twitter to defend themselves.











3) Sam wants an apology from Stevie

Stevie and Andy were filmed with Lucy, discussing a text Stevie had received from Louise about how he betrayed Sam. Stevie provided some comic relief when he said, "She can't think," and then struggled to find the right word, before finally settling on "rationally".

Later in the episode, as Stevie and Andy watched the girls playing netball, they were surprised when Sam turned up. In the brief time he was there, he revealed he was unhappy that Stevie was dating his ex-girlfriend Riley, and demanded an apology before storming off.

However, Stevie and Riley's romance has apparently been unaffected as the pair shared their first onscreen kiss, and agreed to go on another date.




4) Nando's is not a wine bar

Mark Francis always provides comedy gold with his one-liners and extravagant lifestyle, but this week he entertained fans when he admitted he had never heard of popular food chain Nando's. When Rosie mentioned Sam had taken Riley there on a date, Mark asked, "What's that?" looking bemused. "I thought it was a wine bar!" he added.






5) Binky's mother refuses to be in the same proximity as Alex

Following Alex's infidelity, Binky's mum made it clear that she wanted nothing to do with him. When Binky admitted she had invited him to lunch, Mummy Felstead was quick to leave as soon as he arrived. Later in the episode, Alex surprised everyone by showing up to support Binky at the girls' netball match, and referee Mummy Felstead left swiftly after the game.







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