Made In Chelsea’s Paris Smith: ‘Romance Might Be Fluttering Back Into My Life This Season’

The MIC star teases what's going to happen next on the explosive series.

Paris Smith

by Bonnie McLaren |

Over the past two years, Paris Smith has become one of the cast favourites on Made In Chelsea's being one - Paris is staying out of the drama, and she thinks this series of Chelsea is one of her most 'tame'. 'For me, although this season of Made In Chelsea might be tame, I think for everyone else it was the wildest,' she tells Grazia. 'I mean, it's almost like shock factor after shock factor after shock factor. So it's eventful, exciting, shocking. And ballsy, actually, from a lot of the cast.'

Last series, viewers were briefly introcuded to Paris' ex-boyfriend, Cillian, but now, the model is single and focusing on her friendships, with mates like Inga Valentiner, and her best friend Robbie Mullet. 'Made In Chelsea has made me feel really positive about my friendships. And about my strength when it comes to relationships, being secure on my own,' she says, before jokily adding, 'as well as being able to enjoy imagine a whole season of Chelsea with barely any arguments.'

But, is there going to be any more dating for Paris down the line? She doesn't want to spoil the series - but maybe. 'This season may have a tiny bit of romance fluttering back into my life,' she hints. 'But we'll see... Maybe, maybe not. It might work out, it might not. We're yet to see, so positive thinking... Keep your manifestations positive for me.'

With arguments and cheating allegations happening with the rest of the cast, Paris admits she has been 'surprised' by some of the relationship drama to come. 'Whoever you think the strongest relationships are, it's very surprising to see what kind of turmoil they're going through,' she says. 'And I think that's a very honest reflection of what can be seen as very positive, strong relationships - getting an insight to the actual behind the scenes of some of the relationships that I know from my friends on the show. I was quite surprised - there were some really shocking revelations about people's behaviour.'

Paris might not be involved in much drama this series, but she's not planning on leaving Chelsea any time soon. 'I think I've enjoyed staying on the show so much because it's not really that hard. You know, these are the day to day things that I do in my life. And when it does come to the points where I talk about things emotionally such as race or relationships, the fan base around Chelsea has been so supportive and they have really uplifted me, and I think that's been a huge part of why I love being on the show so much,' she says.

'And obviously the extra champagne,' she jokes, 'but I really hope to be on the show for as long as I can, enjoying this experience to the fullest and making sure that I am grateful for it at the same time. You know, we're very lucky to be such in such privileged positions.'

Made In Chelsea continues tonight on E4 at 9pm.

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