Made In Chelsea’s Rosie Fortescue Hints At HUGE Drama Ahead

If you missed Made In Chelsea‘s Rosie Fortescue from last night’s episode (she had to pull out of filming due to being poorly), don’t fret as we’ve got her fab LOOK blog to provide you with your much needed Fortescue fix. Let’s see what’s been rocking the world of SW3’s most stylish socialite this week…

Hi dolls,

What did you guys think of the show? I wasn’t in it this week because I was really ill but it was definitely an interesting watch! Next week is super intense so get ready!

Last week I went to the Sunday Times Style Party at Annabel’s. I wore a suit from The Kooples, shirt and heels from Zara and my favourite handbag from Celine. It was great to catch up with friends and see the beautiful Christmas decorations at Annabel’s. I have definitely started to feel more Christmassy and get into the spirit of things!

I also had my first yoga session with Chris James. I absolutely loved it and definitely felt super relaxed which I have needed after a very hectic few weeks. Looking forward to more sessions for sure.

I had a very relaxing weekend last weekend wearing my Santosh cashmere tracksuit which is beyond dreamy! Perfect for cosy winter nights in.

How cool are my heart nails which I had done at Paul Edmonds in Knightsbridge?! (See below). I have never had nail art before so I thought I’d mix it up this week and am totally obsessed with them!

This week I am looking forward to Nick Ede’s Style for Stroke event, it is for such a great cause I am am incredibly happy to support a friend.

My products of the week are the Melvita Apicosma Ultra-Nourishing Body Balm which is a gorgeous buttery body moisturiser which smells divine, and Pond’s Institute Cold Cream which is an amazing creamy cleanser that can even be used as a face and hand mask to warn off this cold weather affecting our skin.

Until next week!

Rosie xx

By Rosie Fortescue

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