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Spencer Matthews 'thinks Vicky Pattison is too common for romance'

Published 12/11/2015

Vicky Pattison
Vicky Pattison

Reality TV stars Spencer Matthews and Vicky Pattison won't be getting it on in the jungle, say sources.

Vicky Pattison reportedly reckons Spencer Matthews thinks she's too common for him.

Both stars have made a name for themselves on reality TV shows; 27-year-old Vicky with Geordie Shore and posh boy Spencer, 26, on Made in Chelsea. The pair are heading into the Australian jungle for I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!, alongside the likes of Hollyoaks star Jorgie Porter and former Dragons Den investor Duncan Bannatyne. But if show bosses are hoping for romance to blossom with the reality TV professionals, they'll likely be disappointed.

"Spencer asked ‘how are you Christmasing?’ which at first Vicky couldn’t get her head around," a source told Britain's The Sun newspaper. “After he told her he was going to St Barts, she told him St Helens was her likely destination.

“He’d never heard of it, so looked it up while on the phone and eventually hung up on her. That was the last time they spoke. Vicky reckons it’s because she is too common.”

Prior to Vicky's Merseyside festive plans, in 2014, it looked like a new reality TV couple could be on the cards. Insiders say Spencer pestered Vicky on Twitter until she sent her number, but backtracked when he heard of her Christmas plans.

Meanwhile fellow reality star and I'm a Celeb alumni, Mark Wright, has warned contestants how tough it is living in the outback. He came second in 2011, narrowly missing out on the King of the Jungle crown to McFly's Dougie Poynter.

"People warned me," he said, according to Metro. "I had Myleene (Klass) saying, 'It's really hard, you're going to love it but you need to be prepared.' It's one of the hardest things I've ever done - the starvation and boredom is the next level."

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