Things Could Have Been Awkward For Professor Green And Hugo Taylor At This Event

Millie Mackintosh's ex husband and current boyfriend were both on the guest list...

It looks like Hugo Taylor and Professor Green were moments away from an awkward run-in last night, as both fellas made it onto the guest list for the Vype Pebble Pop-Up Launch in London.

Of course, one of them is Millie Mackintosh’s former husband, and the other is her current boyfriend, so it’s safe to say that things might have been a little weird for the pair to be in the same place.

See: EXCLUSIVE – Hugo Taylor And Millie Mackintosh To ‘Try For A Family Next Year’?

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The former Made In Chelsea lady rekindled her romance with her previous co-star Hugo, following the breakdown of her marriage to Pro earlier this year.

The pair were expected to be taking to the red carpet together, but managed to narrowly miss one another when 30-year-old Hugo reportedly exited ten minutes before the rapper arrived.

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Millie and Hugo have been particularly loved-up on Instagram of late, having gone public with their reignited romance back in May. The former reality TV couple travelled to the Monaco Grand Prix as part of Hugo’s 30th birthday celebrations.

This closely followed the news that Millie’s divorce to 32-year-old Professor Green, real name Stephen Manderson, had been finalised after two years of marriage.

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There’s been a lot of speculation over the terms of their split, with the rapper releasing some lyrics that are said to be about his previous relationship.

Although Pro recently spoke out to reveal that there are no bad feelings between them, telling Sunday Brunch that they still talk on the phone.

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He said, ‘A divorce is hard enough to go through without having to go through stuff that has been exaggerated or fabricated, but the [media] try and make everything I do or say about her.’

‘But we just laugh about it behind the scenes.’