Lucy Watson has no hard feelings towards ex-boyfriends Spencer Matthews and Jamie Laing – judging by the photos she shared of the Made in Chelsea cast”s trip to New York.
The reality TV stars are currently filming a spin-off series of the popular show in the Big Apple, and over the weekend the gang escaped city life and headed to the Hamptons. Lucy posted snaps of their mini-break, during which she seemed to spend a lot of time with her former flames.
Lucy and Spencer began dating during the fifth series of the reality TV show when he asked the pretty TV star on a date, whisking her away to Paris. Initially insisting that they would keep things casual, the pair soon decided to become an official couple. However, their relationship turned sour when it was revealed that Spencer had been unfaithful.
Spencer Matthews relationship with Lucy Watson ended after he admitted being unfaithful
Despite tensions with Spencer, Lucy began a close friendship with his best friend Jamie. Fans of the show were quickly hooked on the pair”s “will-they-won”t-they” situation, however Jamie also began going on dates with the model and socialite”s rival, Phoebe Lettice-Thompson. During a Christmas party, Jamie publicly admitted his love for Lucy, and the pair kissed before driving off in a horse-drawn carriage.
Lucy and Jamie Laing have decided to stay friends
While fans were excited to see a blossoming relationship between Lucy and Jamie, it was to be short-lived. It was revealed that Jamie had been telling other girls he loved them during a holiday with the boys, prompting Lucy to suggest they stay friends.
The seventh series of Made in Chelsea saw Lucy and Jamie falling out when he started dating her intern Riley Uggla. Lucy subsequently fired Riley, however the pair set aside their differences when they discovered that Jamie was telling them different things, and have been spotted spending time together in New York.
In her ! Online blog, Lucy revealed that she still felt close to her former love interest. “Jamie is the last guy I cared about, she admitted. “Although he is my friend you don”t really stop caring about that person until you find someone else. And I haven”t yet.”