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Some accuse Made in Chelsea of being made-up. Well, there is nothing staged about the two-episode spin-off series, Born in Chelsea.
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This spin-off series aired back in 2017 so you can’t watch it on the TV I’m afraid. However, there are a couple of places you can watch it online, which is ideal really.
This way you can get snug and comfortable in your bed and watch Born in Chelsea on your laptop or tablet. Here’s exactly where you should go:
Like with Made in Chelsea, you can go back and watch Born in Chelsea on Channel 4’s on-demand player “All 4”. The great news is you don’t need a TV licence and both episodes are free.
Maybe you’ve got a baby of your own on the way or you’re having a lazy Sunday and want to relive a classic Binky moment? Either way, just head to the Channel 4 website and search Born in Chelsea.
If you’re desperate to watch this series again but just don’t have the time, look no further than Apple TV. You can link All 4 to the iPhone app, download Born in Chelsea and watch it on your commute to or from work.
Like with All 4 this is free, although you will need an iOS or Android device.
You can also watch Binky and JP’s plunge into parenthood on Amazon Prime Video and this way you won’t have to deal with any annoying adverts or interruptions. Apart from reaching for the tissue box perhaps.
The downside? You’ll have to pay £5 to watch the series or £2.50 for each episode.
Here’s another place you can see Binky and JP adjust to becoming parents completely advert-free. Download on your iTunes and watch the episodes on your laptop or tablet.
Buying both episodes will cost £3.99 in total.
It isn’t, though All 4 and Amazon have you covered if you’re keen to watch Born in Chelsea.
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