Made In Chelsea's Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo has admitted that being on the show has quite a few negatives.
The now regular on the E4 series first joined in 2014 and confesses it's been a tough learning experience.
The 21-year-old has said that she finds it difficult dating and going out in public because of people recognising her.
"I think I will always be that girl off Made In Chelsea, which makes it hard to date because I'm not just a normal person they've met," Toff said last week.
She confessed: "I find it quite hard to do the things I did before.
"You can't relax as much - like I can't go and get really drunk and sit in a corner because I've got people looking at me."
Toff also revealed fellow cast-member Mark-Francis Vandelli didn't think she was quite cut out for life in Chelsea.
"He despairs of me, he thinks even when you pop to the shops you should look really well turned out, whereas I just put on my wellies and tie up my hair," she explained. "He also doesn't understand things, like how someone can have roots and hair regrowth.
"I'm still learning how to do my make-up and as for my hair, I try to brush it but if I brush it back I look like a scarecrow."
In a chat with Closer magazine, Toff went on to suggest she may quit the show to focus on her studies.
She said: "I love doing Made In Chelsea but I want to go back to university, I need to finish my degree [in politics].
"I'd like to do political writing and commentating."
For now, Made In Chelsea continues on Monday nights on E4 at 9PM.