Chloe Green joins cast of Made In Chelsea
Wednesday 03 August 2011
Chloe Green has joined the cast of 'Made In Chelsea'.
The 20-year-old fashionista - who is the daughter of Topshop boss Sir Philip Green - is currently dating series one star Ollie Locke, and is "very excited" to be joining the E4 reality show in its upcoming second season.
She said: "I wanted to do something that I initiated myself, and as I am already friendly with lots of the cast from series one, it seemed like a good idea for me to be part of the second series of 'Made in Chelsea'. I am excited to give this a try, and hopefully I will have some fun and learn lots from the experience."
Chloe - who was educated in Monte Carlo - recently explained her multi-millionaire dad was fully behind her appearing on the reality series. She exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "My dad is really supportive and if I do end up being in 'Made In Chelsea' he'll be behind me the whole way."
While Chloe will have to appear alongside Ollie's ex-girlfriend Gabriella Ellis in the second series of the show, the openly-bisexual star insists there is "no awkwardness" between the pair. Ollie said: "Gabriella and I still talk and she's a great girl so there's no awkwardness there."
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