Made in Chelsea stars Andy Jordan and Stevie Johnson have said they wouldn’t mind following in castmember Alex Mytton’s footsteps and getting themselves an Irish girlfriend like Nicola Hughes.
The reality tv regulars were in Dublin this morning to put the posh in Nosh, a new breakfast ‘foothie’ which has already taken their city London by storm.
The handsome pair admitted to VIP that they are loving their flying visit here – and are quite fond of Irish girls.
Although he revealed that he’s totally loved-up with his mystery beau of nine months, when the guys were asked if they would ever like an Irish girlfriend like Nicola, Stevie said:
“We were just talking about this earlier. It’s the accent isn’t it? There’s just something about the accent.”
The duo also said they enjoyed filming with Dublin model Nicola, who they described as a “lovely girl”.
Andy and Stevie were resting sore heads after a night out on the town, and Stevie particularly enjoyed himself as it was his first visit to the capital.
The tv stars headed to Sophies for dinner before heading to 37 Dawson Street and Everleigh Garden for a drink – but they headed back to their rooms in the Dean Hotel early.
“It was a student night I think,” added Andy. He admitted it can be annoying being mobbed on a night out by fans of the hit E4 show, but said “everyone is so nice it’s hard to be mad!”
The guys are planning to get a flight home later, but Stevie said he’s insistent on visiting the Guinness Storehouse before jetting back.
“I’m really excited,” he told us. “We might go to the Jameson Distillery while we’re here too, why not! We’ll be ready to go straight out by the time we get back to London!”
Nosh was introduced to the Irish market in February and is now celebrating being stocked in over 300 stores here. The healthy breakfast-on-go drink is the brainchild of Geoff Read, the founder of Ballygowan Spring Water and is made of quinoa, whole oats, real fruit and Greek style yoghurt. Andy and Stevie said today: “We’re both pretty busy with the show and there is a lot of filming to be done in the morning which means you don’t have time to sit down and have breakfast. Other on-the-go breakfast options like porridge pots require hot water and a spoon and breakfast biscuits lack the nutritional value so Nosh is the perfect answer!”