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Made in Chelsea’s Lucy Watson DENIES Andy Jordan Romance As She Steps Up Feud With Victoria – EXCLUSIVE

She’s either dated, hated or…mated(?!) most of the cast since joining the show.

Made in Chelsea's Lucy Watson DENIES Andy Jordan Romance As She Steps Up Feud With Victoria - EXCLUSIVE
By MazSight

And it seems that Lucy Watson isn’t going to be reigning in her controversial behaviour any time soon, as she’s gearing up for a dramatic series of Made In Chelsea.

But despite the fact that her and BFF Andy Jordan are *totally* meant to be together (according to us), the reality star exclusively told us that the pair are still ‘just friends’. Hmmm.

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We put on our investigative reporter hat on at the launch of Match.com’s Bark In The Park, probing Lucy for all the goss on the ‘friendship’, and we think she may have been protesting a *little* too much.

She said: “Everyone always says that to me! I don’t know why, we’re just friends. No, honestly we’re just really good friends.”

What if he wrote her a song?

“Haha, no. We’re just good friends. That would be weird”

Okay, okay, Lucy – we get it.

Made in Chelsea's Lucy Watson DENIES Andy Jordan Romance As She Steps Up Feud With Victoria - EXCLUSIVE
By MazSight

But while things might be calm in Lucy’s usually tempestuous love life, we predict that things could seriously kick off with a certain person.

When asked about co-star Victoria Baker-Harber, who called her ‘tacky’ during the last series, Lucy simply responded:

“To be honest I don’t even know who she is. Who is she exactly?”

OUCH.

Whatever happens, Lucy tells us that this is going to be an EPIC series, and that there will be lashings of drama as per.

Made in Chelsea's Lucy Watson DENIES Andy Jordan Romance As She Steps Up Feud With Victoria - EXCLUSIVE
By MazSight

She said “Well, I think this series is going to be funny. Like, it’s just us and our natural dynamic as a group of friends. We do a lot of laughing.

“Of course there will be drama. But it just seems not scripted – we’re not told what to say, and it’s just us being us.”

Yeah, we’re getting seriously excited about this now!

Match.com’s Bark in the Park is an open air event organised for single Londoners and their four legged friends to meet fellow dog owners at Battersea Park.

 

Elizabeth Wagmeister

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