Lucy Watson and Riley Uggla put aside their differences as they took New York by storm.
The Made in Chelsea co-stars, who fell out over same love interest Jamie Laing on Monday night”s episode, showed that there was no bitterness between them as they enjoyed a night out.
The small-screen beauties have been living stateside with other cast members for a spin-off of the BAFTA-winning show, Made in Chelsea: New York.
Lucy Watson and Riley Uggla
“Ma main girl @imlucywatson,” wrote Riley alongside an Instagram snap of the pair looking the best of friends. The duo are also sharing the same girly “pad” in the city for the next two months.
In the latest episode, Riley was filmed ditching her old flame Jamie, but it wasn”t just her love life that needed changing. The former blonde swapped her fair hair for dark brown locks, in similar style to close pal Lucy.
While the Made in Chelsea spin-off will no doubt promise fresh doses of drama and catfights, Riley, who has also dated Stevie Johnson on the show, seemed more occupied by sightseeing in the Big Apple.
“Had to be done. Hot dog selfie. When in NYC,” Riley captioned a photo of herself indulging in the savoury delights of the city.
Posing in another photo with her friend Lauren Bennet, the pretty star looked every inch the New Yorker as she soaked up an afternoon of baseball.
“@laurenjanebennet #yankees game,” wrote Riley next to the snap. “Statue of Liberty. #imatourist,” she captioned another.
In her latest ! Online blog post, Lucy opened up about her tiff with Riley, who she fired as an intern after she found out that the newcomer had gone on dates with Jamie.
“I didn”t like to watch the jealous side of me, I feel I was very harsh on Riley and that”s not the person I am,” she wrote after the episode aired. “Only when I realised that Jamie may have been playing her did I snap back to my usual girl power Lucy.
“As angry as I was with her I felt slightly protective at the same time. She is younger than me and although it may not come across this way on screen, I sometimes see her as a younger sister.
“Jamie is the last guy I cared about and although he is my friend you don”t really stop caring about that person until you find someone else. And I haven”t yet.”