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Screen Shot: JEMIMA - Made in Chelsea, E4

THROWBACK: Jemima became a MIC star when she launched her drink at cheating ex Sam Prince!

Jemima Rhys has made a triumphant return to Made in Chelsea having landed herself a date with newbie Freddie Browne.

Fans of the MIC series may briefly remember Jemima thanks to her show-stopping two-episode cameo in 2018, where she broke up with Sam Prince for everyone to see.

Launching her drink in Sam’s face in epic style having found out that he had cheated on her multiple times, here’s how Jemima earned her SW3 stripes.

Screenshot: Jemima, Made in Chelsea 2019

It started with Miles Nazaire

In episode 6 of Made in Chelsea 2018, Miles Nazaire comforted Jemima after she found out that Sam had been cheating on her.

Miles decided to take Jemima out for a drink… which ended up with him consoling her by ramming his tongue down her throat.

Screen Shot: Made in Chelsea, E4

Screen Shot: Made in Chelsea, E4

Screen Shot: Made in Chelsea, E4

A Girl Like Jemima

Jemima set off to reap her glory, meeting ex-lover Sam to return his clothes while also letting him know that she had “got with” Miles as an act of revenge.

Propped up at a bar, Jemima shunned Sam’s attempts at an apology before unleashing a dagger to his heart with the shocking revelation.

Who said revenge isn’t sweet…

Screen Shot: SAM PRINCE – Made in Chelsea, E4

Screen Shot: JEMIMA – Made in Chelsea, E4

Screen Shot: JEMIMA – Made in Chelsea, E4

Screen Shot: SAM PRINCE – Made in Chelsea, E4

Screen Shot: JEMIMA – Made in Chelsea, E4

Oh, and of course there was the obligatory drink-throwing exit.

Screen Shot: JEMIMA – Made in Chelsea, E4

 

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Liam is our head of Entertainment and Gaming, managing teams globally. His journalism experience has covered everything from sport to health and fitness with companies such as Men's Health and HITC. Before moving into management, writing about the ridiculous antics of the Made in Chelsea crew was by far his most enjoyable topic.