MADE in Chelsea hit our screens in 2011 introducing us to the likes of best mates Caggie Dunlop and Millie Mackintosh.
Although originals, Binky, Mark Francis and Rosie are still there, but what happened to the rest of our favourite Chelsea dwellers?
Millie has become a star in her own right after leaving the show in series 5.
The makeup artist is a style icon with her own clothing range and she is often spotted at star student events.
She is a fitness fanatic and makes fans green with envy with her sun-soaked Instagram bikini shots.
After a three year marriage to Professor Green, she is back with ex Hugo Taylor and the pair married in the summer of 2018.
The bubbly blonde was the only woman who could tame Spencer Matthews.
She ditched the show after series three to concentrate on her music career.
Using her full name Catherine Dunlop, the West Londoner released a single, Neverland, and has launched a clothing range, ISWAI (It Started With An Idea).
She also reportedly dated Harry Styles at one point.
Hugo has kept quite a low profile since leaving the show in series 3 with Caggie.
His only foray into the spotlight was a stint on I’m a Celebrity where he came 5th.
Although he used to be a party promoter he now runs a luxury sunglasses line with friend Charles Morris called Hugo Morris.
Despite leaving the show in series 6, Francis made a surprise comeback in Made In Chelsea: South of France.
The red hair skateboarder is still dealing with diamonds and has written a book, Boulle’s Jewels, with advice on how to succeed in business.
Fredrik made quite the stir when he first appeared on the show, appearing topless on several occasion.
The Icelandic model, who describes himself as a singer on Twitter, left in series 4 but returned in series 12.
He famously romanced Francis’ intern Agne in series 1.
Proudlock was possibly the most edgy of the MIC lot with his single cross earring.
Although his pre-MIC life is somewhat mysterious, he now runs a clothing line Serge de Nimes which he occasionally models for.
Like Francis he made a surprise comeback in MIC: South of France and rejoined the full-time cast for series 12.
Known for his union flag jackets and flamboyant hair, Ollie left the show in series 5 with Millie Mackintosh.
He wrote a book, Laid in Chelsea, which became a best seller.
Although he revealed on the show he thought he was bisexual, the former MIC star then came out as gay.
He revealed to The Sun: “It’s the first time the viewers have seen me as gay instead of bi. I do say the words ‘I am a gay man’.”