Made In Chelsea’s Digby Edgley promises ‘juicy’ new season: ‘It’s the best we’ve ever done’
With Made In Chelsea set to soon return to our screens, Digby Edgley has teased what we can expect.
Digby made his MIC debut in 2017 and, after a two year hiatus, returned to the show last year.
From cheating scandals and bombshell break ups, to proposals and friendship fall outs, Made In Chelsea is never lacking in drama – and Digby has promised even more to come in the show's summer season, which was filmed in Majorca.
He told OK! Online: "It’s a juicy one. I genuinely think that this summer series is probably going to be the best summer series we’ve ever done.
"There’s a lot of unexpected things like – I obviously can’t say too much – but close friends unexpectedly falling out and you see different sides of people that you wouldn’t normally see. So yeah, it’s going to be a good one. Some new people come in; it’s a big one."
Discussing what it was like filming in Majorca, he went on: "It was amazing. I’m not complaining, I was out there for six weeks and it’s the first time I’ve been to Majorca. We were in such a good house and we had a lot of fun, and a lot of dramas.
"When you’re in that environment it can be hectic and it’s not just booze related, the sun does really weird and wonderful things to you. It makes you happy and free, and you’re just like ‘I’m on holiday!’."
Back in 2019, Digby was bagged a modelling gig in South Africa and jetted off to the country for six months – sparking him to take a break from filming. He was with Olivia Bentley at the time, but the pair decided to call it quits while he was away.
"I had a couple of years break from the show because I was given the opportunity to model in South Africa and I spent 6 months out there and then, unfortunately, I broke up with Liv while I was there, then I met another girl. Then the pandemic hit," Digby explained to us.
"I was doing really well with the whole modelling side of stuff, but then everything went into complete shutdown."
He continued: "As things started to open again the show got back in contact with me and asked if I’d like to come back, and I said ‘yeah, I’d love to’. I’m so grateful for the show – I’ve met Julius [Cowdrey], who is literally one of my best mates. Myles [Nazaire] is a very good friend of mine and, to be fair, the whole cast are just good friends and they’re good people.
"I’m glad I came back actually because I felt like I’ve been able to show a different side. I feel like a bit more myself – last time [I was on the show] I wasn’t really myself. It was always about me and Liv and I wasn’t able to show my true personality, but I feel like I’ve been able to do that now."
Discussing what it's like filming with his ex Olivia, Digby added: "I genuinely look at Liv as a friend and I’ll always be there for her. I can’t actually believe we went out for two and a half years!
"I believe in not holding grudges and I think we’re both past that. She wishes the best for me and I wish the best for her. You know, I went to her birthday in August last year. It’s friendly and nice and I genuinely do forget we went out for two and a half years."
Outside of the show, Digby still does his modelling and recently partnered with eyewear company Bullion to release his own range of sunglasses.
Made In Chelsea is expected to return to our screens later this month.
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