Made in Chelsea 2019 is here with a brand new cast that includes some new faces.
The dust may have only just settled on last season’s scandals, but there’s a new Chelsea set in town and they are ready to shake things up!
The Western-themed promo clip previously saw the newbies arriving and facing off against the current cast. And it turns out, some have history with one another.
Series 17 of Made In Chelsea begins on E4 on Monday, March 25, 2019 at 9PM.
E4 tease of the upcoming episodes: "Fans can look forward to scandalous secrets, make-ups and break ups, a fiery Parisian, more than one unexpected ex and lots of gossiping… all whilst touring SW3’s most glamorous locations.
"Heading into new beginnings, can the MIC cast let go of the past? Will old flames rekindle their romance? Will new friendships be formed, or will new battles begin? Can they really forgive and forget? This series will have it all whilst they sip champagne and stroll the boulevards of the world famous Royal Borough."
Made In Chelsea 2019 cast
Those returning to the Made In Chelsea cast in 2019 will be MIC favourites Jamie Laing, Louise Thompson and her fiancé Ryan Libbey, Olivia Bentley, Alex Mytton, Miles Nazaire, James Taylor and Sophie ‘Habbs’ Habboo.
Plus, back for more drama are Sophie Hermann, Harry Barron and Melissa Tatum, Oliver Proudlock, Fredrick Ferrier, Eliza Batten, Mark Francis Vandelli and Victoria Baker-Harber.
Newbies joining the MIC 2019 cast include Amelia Mist, the self-proclaimed ‘Bridget Jones of Chelsea’; the dashing Angus Findlay, known for his killer cheekbones and Chelsea born and bred Freddie Brown.
Also new to the show will be socialite and events planner Rosi Mai; ‘sultry scientist’ Verity Scarlett Bowditch and finally Miles’ Parisian ex-girlfriend, Maeva D'Ascanio.
Made In Chelsea 2019 - who's quit?
Some familiar faces won't be back on the Made In Chelsea cast for 2019.
Sam Thompson has said he's taking a break from the show after his break up with Sophie ‘Habbs’ Habboo.
He told Heart Breakfast: "I think I’ll be back at some point so I’m not too sad because everyone takes a break every now and then from stuff. I haven’t really had time to sort of sit down and think about it because I’ve just been so busy recently – you know my aim in life is to be a presenter, that’s my dream, I love it to absolute bits."
It's also been reported that Louise Thompson and Ryan Libbey will be departing the series.
Sarah Dillistone, Channel 4 Commissioning Editor said of the new cast: “We’re really excited to welcome some fantastic new people to the show, bringing a tidal wave of drama!. As the existing Made in Chelsea gang welcome new – and old – friends, there will inevitably be tears and tribulations aplenty.”
Kelly Lynn, Executive Producer at programme makers Monkey added: “There’s never a dull moment in Made in Chelsea and this series promises to be exciting and eventful as we see our Chelsea favourites joined by a set of dynamic newcomers, each ready to shake up life on the Kings Road.”
Made In Chelsea airs on E4 from Monday, March 25 at 9PM.