MIC’s Millie shot down divorce rumours with a VERY cheeky photo

Millie Mackintosh and her husband Professor Green were rumoured to be going through some marriage issues lately, but the Made In Chelsea star just made it very clear they are as solid as ever.

Earlier this month the English beauty was reportedly heard shouting "I want a divorce… give me a divorce" at Prof Green (aka Stephen Manderson) outside a nightclub in Turkey, leading many to speculate that the couple were headed for marriage breakdown. Since then Millie has been making every effort on social media to prove that's not the case, most notably with today's cheeky Instagram update.

Posting a photo of her husband cuddled up topless in bed as he played with the couple's adorable dog, Millie wrote, "I know where I'm going to be all day." Not leaving much to the imagination there, anyway…

Millie and her rapper husband are currently enjoying a mini-break at the five-star Limewood Hotel in Hampshire, England, with the reality star posting some enviable photos of their visit:


Just trying to blend in with the trees @Limewoodhotel

A photo posted by Millie Mackintosh (@camillamackintosh) on

As for Stephen, he got a little sneaky on Instagram himself lately when he almost convinced the world that Millie was pregnant with the couple's first child.

Posting a photo with the caption, "We have an announcement to make…" the English musician later revealed that Millie's 'baby' was in fact the result of a big dinner.


We have an announcement to make…

A photo posted by Stephen Manderson (@professorgreen) on

The couple definitely seem to be doing their best to present a united front after this month's nasty rumours, and long may it last.

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