Hugo Taylor plans Made In Chelsea return: 'On a selfish level I did really enjoy filming'
Tuesday 27 August 2013
Former Made In Chelsea star Hugo Taylor wants to return to the show which made him famous - and wants his girlfriend to be involved too.
Taylor, who also had a stint in the jungle taking part in I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!, said he was open to returning to the structured reality show with his partner, Natalie Joel.
He told Hello! magazine: "I think, on a selfish level, I did really enjoy filming - it's good fun and I enjoyed being with our friends. I don't mind the cameras.
"We are a very happy couple and if people want to enjoy how happy we are together then that's great.
"But at the same time I was in the show from the very first episode, so it's something that I was very involved and happy with for a while and now that Nat and I are super-happy together and we have very good careers, it would just be a nice added bonus for us."
He also told the magazine that marriage is on the cards for the couple and he already has a venue in mind.
Taylor said: "We were in Sardinia at the start of the summer and there's an amazing place in Puerto Cuervo called Phi Beach and it's the most romantic place to get married."
:: Read the full interview in Hello! magazine, out now.
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