The former Made In Chelsea star is reportedly irritated by her ex's close relationship with Caroline Flack...
Millie Mackintosh and Professor Green seem to have been keeping it amicable over the past two months (yep, even despite Pro’s slightly provocative single release). But new reports are claiming Millie’s not happy.
In recent weeks, Pro seems to have put his divorce firmly behind him, and has been seen on a string of nights outs and generally looking to be in a good place. And apparently, it’s close pal Caroline Flack who’s been helping him.
They’ve always been close’, an insider told LOOK. ‘It used to annoy Millie and it still does.’
Who could forget back in 2011 when Pro, aka. Stephen Manderson, released the track At Your Convenience with the lyrics ‘I developed an obsession with Caroline Flack, I wouldn’t mind having a go on Caroline’s…’
Him and Caroline also exchanged flirty tweets (which Stephen later deleted) around 2010, before Caroline started dating musician Jack Street. Most recently, the presenter’s been linked to illustrator Blue Logan.
And right before Pro and Millie announced their divorce back in February, a fan randomly tweeted about said Caroline Flack lyrics, to which Millie sarcastically replied: ‘I remember being SO PLEASED when I heard it.’
Pro and Caroline have been spotted hanging out with chef and mutual pal Gizzi Erksine recently, with Caz even tweeting a YouTube clip of a dance routine and asking: ‘@carolineflack1 @professorgreen can we learn this next time, along with a laughing cat emoji.
Pro replied: ‘@Gizzierskine @carolineflack1 can we learn to pack it in at a decent hour as well please.
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And despite Millie moving on with fellow ex-MIC star Hugo Taylor, she’s apparently still keeping a ‘close eye’ on her ex.
‘Caroline and Stephen are just on the same wavelength’, our source adds. ‘There’s nothing going on at the moment but there’s potential…’
For more on Millie Mackintosh and Professor Green, pick up this week’s issue of LOOK!