Made In Chelsea star gets revenge on her husband with new video

It turns out Millie Mackintosh did get her revenge on her husband after all.

Except it wasn’t in the form of the divorce she apparently demanded after an argument supposedly got out of hand during their recent holiday in Turkey.

 

Revenge is so sweet #snoozeyoulose

A video posted by Millie Mackintosh (@camillamackintosh) on

The Made in Chelsea star, 25, instead uploaded a video of her husband rapper Professor Green (real name Stephen Manderson) dozing off when they were sharing a car journey yesterday.

The couple, who have been together since 2011, reportedly got into a heated row outside a celeb filled party at the launch of the Soho House Istanbul. The celebrity event was also attended by Nick Grimshaw and Daisy Lowe.

According to The Sun, the former reality TV star was heard screaming at her husband “I want a divorce now! Give me a divorce.”

Sources for the paper were claiming that things between the pair “escalated and she started screaming” about wanting a divorce.

 The insider added “Stephen’s lifestyle doesn’t lend itself to marriage and she’s very young. There are issues but they want to make a go of it.”

The couple appear to be as loved up as ever with Heat magazine claiming they are in a good place and the incident in Turkey was “blown out of proportion.”

Despite the claims that Millie was demanding a divorce while abroad, the couple, who are approaching their second anniversary this August seem to be like any normal couple.

Millie’s video was posted as the ‘revenge’ she promised her husband she would get after he posted a less than flattering of the socialite while she caught up on her own sleep.

 

My loves having a relaxing Sunday. I'm so hungover I've managed to sit through an episode of orange is the new black.

A photo posted by Stephen Manderson (@professorgreen) on

She was obviously not impressed with her husband’s millions of followers catching her unawares. We can’t say we would be either. 

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