Taking the slopes in style, these Chelsea residents donned their finest padded gear and cutest winter warmers, showing that they know their stuff when dressing for icey landscapes.
Louise sported a cute bobble-top beanie, whilst Lucy opted for a faux fur trimmed puffa jacket and retro mirrored aviator shades.
Jamie Laing, the trip organiser, also invited newbies JP and James Dunmore along for the ride, who just happen to be dating Binky and Lucy. And, of course, a MIC trip wouldn’t be the same without Laing’s long-time best friend, Spencer Matthews.
Although it looked like fun was had by all – well of course, darling – the line up landed Spennie in some hot water with girlfriend, Lauren Hutton.
It’s no secret that Spence and Lucy share a colourful past, with the Royal Borough’s fiestiest lady ending their whirlwind relationship after he cheated on her. The pair then became friends, but a spanner was thrown in the works at the end of the last series, when Lucy admitted that he had tried it on with her whilst he was dating new girlfriend Lauren. Awks.
Chelsea’s resident bad boy, Spencer, has made it clear that he would like to rekindle his friendship with Lucy, much to annoyance of his new beau.
Things came to a head in last night’s explosive episode, with Spence threatening to ‘dump’ his new missus: “If you want to behave like spoiled brat then I’ll break up with you.” Oh boy.
Lauren tried to explain, “I don’t know how plain I can be. I wanted to be friends with her and Steph but what went wrong was that Lucy tried to break us up. It really hurt me and you know how much that hurt me.”
Spencer hit back, “You can’t dictate who I’m friends with. You are making me feel like I’m kicking you out of my house but you aren’t even meant to be living here in the first place.”
“You mean more to me than any other girl but it’s not going to work unless you give me more space.”
We guess we’ll have to watch this space then.
On Mondays, on Channel 4, OBVS.
By Laura Jane Turner