Made In Chelsea’s Binky Felstead has already named her unborn baby
Made In Chelsea star Binky Felstead has already named her unborn child, according to Ollie Locke.
Everyone and their grandma already knows that MIC‘s Binky is expecting a baby with her boyfriend/co-star Josh ‘JP’ Patterson. But now, Binky’s BFF Ollie has revealed that the pair have already decided on a name (and even middle names!) for the baby girl.
Speaking to OK! magazine, Ollie confessed: “I think she is going to go mid-range. She’ll do classic. I do actually know the baby’s name. I even know the middle names. When she was seven weeks pregnant she came round to my flat for a drink and she gave me the baby scan. I burst into tears.”
After a lifetime of friendship I was entrusted with one of the biggest secrets I ever had a privilege of holding on to! I love you more than anything and will spend the next 100 years doing anything I can to help you both! You know all this as some things don't need to be said on social media! But your going to truly be the most fabulous mummy and I can't wait to meet the little one! All my love always! @binkyfelstead @joshuapatterson_jp X
With his best pal now settling down and beginning a family, Ollie admitted that he is desperate to find a partner of his own. He said: “I think everyone wants the same happily ever after. I’m not looking for a complete fairy tale. I want the dramas in between too, as otherwise it’ll be terribly boring. I’m looking for someone that I love and hate. Someone who I can have an argument with but still know that I want to spend the rest of my life with them.”
Ollie came out as bisexual on the E4 show a few years ago but, after a series of failed romances, the celebrity eventually came to the realisation he was only interested in dating men.
He explained: “It was one of the most difficult things because I didn’t know my sexuality but I wanted to put it on the show. It was a big decision to talk about it. Bisexuality wasn’t talking about in the same way six years ago. People didn’t understand it and people didn’t particularly like it. The ridicule I got from not saying I was gay immediately was unreal. It was judged highly. It wasn’t fair.”
Made In Chelsea continues Monday at 9pm on E4.