Made in Chelsea’s Ollie Locke reveals all in ‘Laid in Chelsea’ memoir
Thursday 28 March 2013
Made in Chelsea star Ollie Locke has released a tell-all book.
Laid in Chelsea: My Life Uncovered promises to reveal the 26-year-old’s most sordid stories of sexual encounters and humiliating mishaps.
Best known for his extravagant persona and ambiguous sexuality, Locke is one of Made in Chelsea’s most-loved characters.
After appearing in the first series with ex- girlfriend Gabriella Ellis, the socialite has gone on to have various dating disasters on the show.
Locke describes his memoir, which he has spoken about on the reality TV show, as “an exclusive backstage pass into my life and the hidden world of Chelsea”.
He says: “I’ll unleash all the embarrassing and intimate secrets that no one was ever supposed to know … until now. Like the time a romantic getaway to Paris ended in a case of chronic diarrhoea. And what really went on behind Gabriella’s bedroom door in Amsterdam!
After his upbringing in Southampton, Locke moved to London in 2006 where he worked unpaid for an independent magazine in Chelsea, before becoming the host of numerous exclusive nightclubs.
The book promises to show how the reality TV star left the “vomiting world of toffs behind” to make his on-screen debut.
Series 5 of Made in Chelsea begins on E4 on April 8th. Laid in Chelsea is available now through HarperCollins.
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