Meet Made in Chelsea's newcomers

Chloe Best

Made in Chelsea is set to welcome two new cast members when it returns for its 11th series. Fine art photographer Olivia Bentley and lingerie entrepreneur Jessica Molly Dixon will make their debut on the reality show when it returns to E4 later this month.

Olivia is the great-great-great-granddaughter of the Bentley Motors founder, and splits her time between Kings Road and Henley. The outspoken 20-year-old has admitted to having a romantic history with Sam Thompson, so fans will be keen to see how her arrival in the show will be received.

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Photographer Olivia Bentley will be joining Made in Chelsea

Meanwhile 19-year-old Jessica Molly Dixon is no stranger to the jet-set lifestyle, having grown up splitting her time between Monaco and LA with her parents, who own a touring business for rock and pop bands. The strong-willed entrepreneur is already friends with Toff, Jamie and Sam, and has recently moved in with Tiffany Watson.

The two newcomers will be joining a number of familiar faces from the long-running entertainment show, including Jamie Laing, Binky Felstead, Ollie Locke and Stephanie Pratt. The show's producers have promised that the new series will be different to the others, as there are now a number of couples on the show.

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Jessica Molly Dixon will also join the 11th series of the show

Sarah Dillistone, Executive Producer for Monkey, said: "There is no doubt series 11 will be different – it's the first time we've had five couples on the show. Giving fans a real insight into the ups and downs of our cast's relationships, the series promises love, tension and of course the drama everyone tunes in for.

"But with any series of Chelsea, anything could happen; will we even have one couple by the end? You'll have to wait and see!"

The new arrivals follow the departures of some of the show's longest running cast members including Andy Jordan, Stevie Johnson and Spencer Matthews, who previously said that he felt it was "no longer challenging" to him.

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