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Made in Chelseas Lucy Watson hints she’s married James Dunmore in Greece

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Made in Chelsea star Lucy Watson has dropped hints that she and James Dunmore have married.

After meeting on the E4 reality show back in 2015, the pair appear to have tied the knot in Greece.

Eagle-eyed fans spotted the hints on 30 year old Lucy’s social media that she and her former co-star have married.

During their time in Greece, the pair went for a hike with Lucy snapping a pic of James and captioning the snap: “With husby.”

Another one of Lucy’s snaps saw her and James enjoying a dinner as he sat with a menu in front on him, where a gold ring can be seen on his wedding finger.


Neither have confirmed that they have married, but last week Josh ‘JP’ Patterson posted a picture from Greece as he posed beside Sam Thompson and Lonan O’Herlihy.

He wrote: “We’re reunited for Dunmore’s wedding, let the celebration begin. Ouzo please waiter!"

Lucy and James first started dating in 2015 and got engaged last year.

The brunette star shared the pair’s happy engagement news on Instagram alongside them on a boat trip enjoying the sunset.

“Here’s to forever”, wrote Lucy alongside a ring emoji.

Last week the older sister of Tiff Watson shared a snap of herself and James kissing at Nicola Hughes’ recent wedding, as she wrote: “A year ago today we got engaged.”

She previously admitted she was feeling "stressed" over wedding planning following the uncertainties of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Opening up about herself and James’ plans, Lucy told OK! : “We are planning on getting married abroad but we will see if the restrictions will allow for that probably up until the last minute.

“It’s been stressful, but it’s not something I want to complain about. It’s definitely first world problems. There’s a lot more greater problems in the world. We’ll be OK – we’ll figure it out.”

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