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Saturday 20 December 2014

Chelsea's Cheska: Proud to be posh

Cheska Hull says she takes any Made In Chelsea criticism in her stride
Cheska Hull says she takes any Made In Chelsea criticism in her stride

Made In Chelsea star Cheska Hull has admitted she takes some stick for appearing on the reality show, but insists she's proud to be posh.

The 25-year-old said: "I think everybody gets teased for something. And I suppose being from Chelsea and being in the show, you do get the odd person that teases you about it.

"But I'm proud of living in Chelsea and I'm proud of my education and the way I speak. Everyone gets teased a little bit and it's all harmless, so I don't mind."

Cheska insisted she has no plans to leave the Channel 4 reality show, but hopes that 'will they or won't they' couple Caggie Dunlop and Spencer Matthews move on in the new series.

She said: "Spencer and Caggie or Spaggie - it's difficult, that whole dilemma of will they or won't they.

"Some people find it incredibly boring because it's getting a little bit tedious.

"I think they won't get together. They've tried it, they've gone up and down so many times like a yo-yo. I'm hoping they'll move on and do their own thing. I don't think they're meant for each other at all."

The socialite revealed at the UK launch of Ford's new B-MAX car that she does venture onto public transport, but admitted she finds driving easier, even in London.

Cheska said: "I do use public transport. I get the Tube, the bus and I do a lot of walking because I have my dog.

"But in London public transport can take a long time and sometimes it's so much easier to just get in your car and nip down the road, it's much quicker."

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