Made in Chelsea’s Miles Nazaire opens up about his return and says he ‘doesn’t mean to ruffle feathers’
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Made in Chelsea viewers may have noticed he was absent from the last series, but after taking some time off to focus on other projects, Miles Nazaire is back with a bang.
The reality star, who spent lockdown with pal Jack Maynard, said he was never permanently leaving the show, but merely taking a break.
Speaking exclusively to OK! Online, the 25 year old explained: "So last year it was more the fact that I had done two years on the show and lockdown was coming into place, I thought it was a good decision for me to take some time off.
"It was never me saying goodbye to the show, it was just me saying, 'Oh you know what, I wanna venture into other business ideas' and other things I wanna do for my projects with me team, and just take a bit of time off really.
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"I took that time off, I was really, really happy about it and then I got back in contact with Chelsea and thought, 'Well let's come back and have some fun,' he divulged.
When asked what was going through his mind ahead of returning for the new series, Miles expressed: "When I got back, it was kind of nerve-wracking seeing James [Taylor] and Maeva [D'Ascanio] as I hadn't seen them for about a year.
"Maeva and I actually left things on good terms, the last time we saw each other was very amicable and there was no issues there.
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"James and I, we hadn't really spoken. Since the situation happened he's never really been a close friend of mine so I don't think there was any need of any word towards us or anything we had to say," Miles shared.
The television personality ruffled plenty of feathers in the first episode of the current series when he got in between James and Maeva's relationship, as well as Reza Amiri-Garroussi and Ruby Adler's union.
Miles told OK! he doesn't mean to ruffle any feathers and it wasn't his fault some of the cast got annoyed.
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He said: "People call me a lost puppy, I don't mean to ruffle feathers. I guess it's just my character, I'm a fun guy and I like to get to know loads of new people.
"Also coming in as the single guy when everyone else is in relationships, a lot of people think, 'Oh god, here we go, what's he up to?' and in fact, I was just trying to be friendly so it's not my fault the boys and some girls got annoyed."
Made in Chelsea airs Mondays at 9PM on E4
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