Made in Chelsea is back tonight for its eagerly anticipated LA spin-off show. Following on from series nine, the series will follow the love lives and dramas of our favourite characters in the balmy backdrop of the LA coast.
From relationship woes to friendship dramas, the series featuring the glitterati of London’s set from the most exclusive postcodes have played host to more than one memorable character. But since some have departed the Kings Road, what are the much-discussed old cast up to now?
Who could forget original cast member Ollie Locke? With his long hair, penchant for Union Jack attire and on-off relationship with ex Gabriella Ellis, there’s a definitive Ollie-shaped hole in SW3. He may have left the elite borough after five series but he's since dabbled in reality shows including Celebrity Big Brother and 8 Out of 10 Cats. Ollie has even penned a best-selling book and is rumoured to be making a making a comeback in the LA special.
The Quality Street heiress might have left the show after five seasons, but she’s rarely stepped away from the spotlight. Her self-named fashion line has been picked up by the likes of ASOS and has since done make-up videos and tutorials with brands including Revlon and Charlotte Tilbury. Married to rapper Professor Green two years ago, her upcoming debut book #Madebymillie based around style, food and fitness, will drop in bookstores in September.
Original Sloane Caggie remains the most favourite character to date - and is still missed after more than six seasons. Since her tempestuous on-off again relationship with serial partier Spencer hit our screens, she's attempted to forge a career in acting and singing and owns hip fashion boutique ISWAI.
The Hong Kong-born entrepreneur used her platform on the show to draw attention to her fledgling jewellery business, My Flash Trash. After the first show aired, she saw orders dramatically rising and the brand is now a firm celebrity favourite with the likes of Suki Waterhouse and Rita Ora wearing pieces on the red carpet. The businesswoman now has a flagship store in central London and is even planning to take her brand overseas.
More famous for coming in between best friends Millie and Rosie in season two, Hugo left the show to focus on his fashion brand. Like Ollie, he's since dabbled with reality TV but is unlikely to return to our screens on our hit show anytime soon. As creative director for eyewear brand Taylor Morriss, Hugo is rarely spotted without a pair of shades on.
Best known for creating sexymp.co.uk, Francis briefly made an appearance in series six before leaving to pursue a diamond mining business. He later authored his debut business book, entitled Boulles jewels. Currently residing between in Africa and Central America where he trades precious metals, he’s since been a spokesperson on economics at conferences.