Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Sir Philip's Girl Is Made for Chelsea Show

Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Sir Philip's Girl Is Made for Chelsea Show

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Byline: Laura Roberts and Kirsty Whalley

THE 20-year-old daughter of one of Britain's richest entrepreneurs may enjoy a life of privilege but she just wants the public to know her as a person.

Chloe Green, whose father Sir Philip owns Topshop, has spent the summer filming the second series of the London reality soap Made In Chelsea.

Already among the show's cast is Miss Green's boyfriend, Ollie Locke. She said: "I am having a great time filming, I thought I would be nervous in front of the cameras but being with Ollie and having friends in the rest of the cast has made it easier.

"I have had so much positive support already and I want people to see me as a person, what I'm like."

Her father was reportedly not keen on his daughter's participation. But Miss Green, who lives just off King's Road and is designing a new brand of shoes for Topshop, said: "My parents have both supported and understood why I am doing this and we are all really excited to see how I come across on camera."

The last series ended on a cliffhanger after spurned lover Spencer failed to stop Caggie from jetting to New York, although producers have confirmed she will return to SW3. The new series begins on Monday, September 19 at 10pm on E4.

Joining Miss Green as newcomers to the show are: VICTORIA BAKER HARBER THE swimwear entrepreneur, 23, loves her dog Foxy and describes a music festival as her idea of hell.

She is half British, half Fijian, grew up in Chelsea and has a second home in the Bahamas.

She owns more than 30 pairs of Christian Louboutin heels ("not as many as Chloe"), always has painted nails and refuses ever to cut her hair.

Victoria hates men with unkempt nails and bad shoes and she likes to be treated like a lady.

She said: "If I don't like someone, I can't be nice to them. I trust my instincts and they're always right. …

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