Rosie Fortescue: People are harsh about Spencer
Rosie Fortescue thinks people are too ''harsh'' with their opinions of Spencer Matthews.
The 'Made In Chelsea' star, who is friends with the reality show ladies' man, thinks it's unfair that people still judge him by his cheating past.
Speaking about the seventh series of the E4 reality show, which began last night (07.04.14), she told BANG Showbiz: ''I don't want to give too much away when it comes to the new series [but] Spencer is actually a really nice guy. I think people are sometimes too harsh on him.
''People take it very literally. They see an hour of the show and that's not what we do all week.''
Spencer was seen flirting with ex-girlfriend Louise Thompson during the first episode of the new series, who he cheated on a number of times last year, sparking rumours they could end up getting back together.
The programme also saw discussions between Binky Felstead and Alex Mytton, after rumours circulated that he had cheated on her.
Fashion blogger Rosie said: ''I don't want to talk for Binky but everyone has their highs and lows. It's my own choice not to have my relationships on the show, it's a part of my life that I'm not willing to give everything away.''
But Rosie, 24, insists the ''great thing'' about being on the show is that she can use her celebrity status to become an ambassador Fashion Targets Breast Cancer Campaign.
All proceeds from the sale of specially designed products from a number of big high street retailers will fund Breakthrough Breast Cancer's life-saving work.
She said: ''It's the second year that I've been involved and I love working with the charity and there's some great collaborations this year.
''It's fun styling up the clothes and wearing the pieces out and about. Everyone can get involved and help to raise awareness.''
Meanwhile, 'Made In Chelsea' will also host a spin-off show in New York this summer and Rosie is excited for filming to start.
She said: ''It hasn't been fully confirmed who's going and everything but it's going to be such an amazing opportunity.
''It's just going to be incredible. It's going to give an insight into a city that is super cool and I have got friends out there as well. It's going to be really fun.''08-04-2014
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