Made In Chelsea‘s Andy Jordan will be waving goodbye to his co-star pals in a few months when swaps Chelsea for Devon for his big summer move. Nooo!
The 25-year-old music man is hoping to set up a sexy surfing business at Lyndon Wake Surf School with the help of his brother Mark, which means he’ll be relocating down south to focus on his sporty project.
‘We’re looking for a place where I could come and surf and get away from London’, he told the North Devon Journal.
And a move away from his scandal-filled SW3 postcode also means the budding musician will have time to focus on his other main passion – strumming that guitar.
‘I want to spend a lot of time there to write music’, Andy said. ‘I just find London so hectic, I never have the time just to sit down and write.’
‘I love what I do but the main thing is I want more time there’, he continued. ‘To go out, surf and teach surfing during the day and to relax and write music during the evening.’
So what does this mean for Mr Nostrils’ Made In Chelsea future? Well, don’t panic too much, as Louise Thompson‘s ex assured us that he won’t be quitting the E4 show anytime soon.
‘There are a lot of people who’ve been asking if I’m leaving, but I’m not’, he exclusively told LOOK. ‘The show is what’s got me to where I am, I enjoy it. It’s definitely a possibility to do both Made In Chelsea and my music, for now.’
Phew! As long as he’ll only be slipping into that wetsuit on breaks between filming, we’re happy.
By Robyn Munson