Millie Mackintosh is so over Made in Chelsea drama

This series of Made in Chelsea has been eventful to say the least, and up until a couple of weeks ago, Millie Mackintosh had managed to avoid most of it.

Millie Mackintosh, Made in ChelseaMillie Mackintosh has confessed she doesn't want any more drama on Made in Chelsea. Copyright [WENN]In previous series of Made in Chelsea, Millie Mackintosh was at the centre of some of the more dramatic storylines.

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However, after she had an epic falling out with Made in Chelsea co-star Rosie Fortescue a couple of weeks ago, Millie Mackintosh has revealed that she's done with the drama.

She said: "I just want to move on. It's hard because we have mutual friends, so we agreed to be civil. But we're not friends anymore."

Made in Chelsea, Millie MackintoshMillie Mackintosh says she has no intention of being friends with Rosie Fortescue again. Copyright [WENN]When we spoke exclusively to Millie Mackintosh, she said she'd actually enjoyed taking a back seat during this series.

She told us: "I was just listening to everyone else's drama and it came and bit me in the bum! But compared to all the drama like having a break up on the show, which is really, really hard, it wasn't that bad."

Made in Chelsea, Millie Mackintosh, Professor GreenMillie says she won't allow the cameras in on her relationship with Professor Green. Copyright [WENN]In fact, the breakup with Hugo Taylor almost made Millie quit Made in Chelsea - and she's revealed that she wouldn't let the cameras into her relationship with Professor Green.

She said: "I had to allow the cameras there, when all I wanted to do was run and hide. That's why I'm so protective of my privacy with Stephen. I want it to just be about me and him."