A hilarious fourth episode of Made in Chelsea saw James Taylor slate into Jamie Laing about his sweets company.
The blonde-haired and toe-curlingly well-spoken SW3 ‘gentleman’ ripped into Jamie’s Candy Kittens company in a catty rant with newbie Verity Bowditch.
So what is Jamie’s confectionary business? And does his sweets really “taste like arse”?
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What did James say about Jamie’s sweets?
Seemingly jealous because of Jamie’s so-called ‘friendly’ advances with James’s ex, Verity Bowditch, James went on a hilarious outburst about his rivals confectionary business.
Sounds like James is as bitter as Jamie’s sweets…
— Michelle Werner (@michwern) April 15, 2019
How did Jamie react?
Less than impressed, Jamie rolled his eyes at James’s attempts to bait him, labelling his sour critique as nothing more than pathetic.
Shots were fired at the world’s most awkward poker game as the pair bickered about dating issues and how to treat Verity in the most respected ‘Made in Chelsea manner’.
Team Jamie all the way.. Loved how he won that argument without raising his voice or being disrespectful. James is so insecure it’s painful to watch #MadeInChelsea
— Mandy Betts (@MandyBetts2) April 15, 2019
The knife was really screwed when James went on the attack, confronting Jamie about his ego, only for the McVities heir to swipe back with some clever and calculated responses.
When the poker lads chuckle, you know you’ve lost the argument…
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Do Jamie Laing’s sweets “taste like arse”?
Probably not, considering they’re already stocked in Asda and Tesco and have an average 4/5 score across online review websites!
Jamie’s sweets business is called Candy Kittens, where he launched the confectionary selection in 2012 alongside sporadic MIC face Edward Williams.
Described as a “gourmet sweet”, Jamie’s website states that ingredients are used from only the finest natural ingredients, with a focus on quality, authentic flavours and beautiful packaging.
The range is completely vegan-friendly and includes popular flavours such as sour watermelon, Eton mess and peach fizz – prices start at just £1 for the smallest 54g bag.
Check out the range and find out if they really do “taste like arse” here.
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