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Who is Made in Chelsea Miles? Meet the aspiring fashion model!

Made in Chelsea star Miles Nazaire has catapulted himself to fame over the past six months.

Having joined the MIC crew during series 15 as ‘Sam Prince’s mate’, Miles quickly found himself taking a lead role.

He pretty much pushed pal Sam out of the way – getting with his ex-girlfriend in the process – and is now a familiar face in the Made in Chelsea cast.

Using that fame, however, Miles is looking to drive a career in fashion modelling.

The Jamie Laing vs Miles storyline is FAKE; it needs to be dropped!

Miles’ New Instagram Account

Since rising to fame in Made in Chelsea series 15, 23-year-old Miles tore up his Instagram account.

All his old photos were deleted, with former friends and ex-girlfriends making way for the MIC crew.

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Now, there is nothing that is dated beyond 2014. Which is fine, as Miles doesn’t look as if he ever has, or ever will, age…

Miles Nazaire v Love Island

Although Miles’s Made in Chelsea fame has seen his social media account grow from a few thousand followers to 40,000, it’s still nothing on the Love Island 2018 cast.

Even the first contestant to leave Love Island series four, Kendall Rae-Knight, has over 750,000 followers.

Did you pick the wrong show, kiddo?

One Eye on Modelling

It seems like Miles is looking to gear his career towards modelling. Which, given 20 seconds to eyeball him from head to toe, does seem to make a lot of sense.

Every other Instagram photo features a pout or a pose, and Miles recently got onto the front cover of digital fashion and music magazine Crookes.

Will we see more of Miles on the fashion modelling scene?

Let us know in the comments!



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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.