Made in Chelsea's Julius Cowdrey has revealed that he would 'never let a girl come in the way' of him and co-star Miles Nazaire.
The 28 year old reality star, who has recently become a life and mindset coach, revealed that his close friendship with Miles, who is currently starring on Channel 4 series Celebs Go Dating, is more important than clashing over a potential love interest in an exclusive chat with OK!
Julius, who has appeared in a short film alongside Miles to encourage all adults to 'Get Boosted Now' as part of an NHS campaign, revealed how the early days of the E4 show with Spencer Matthews and Jamie Laing, who often pursued the same girl, is 'not his vibe'.
Asked if he and Miles have the same 'type', the singer-songwriter said: "We haven't come to a match up yet I guess since the Inga [Valentiner] situation where she hooked up with him but wanted to keep her options open after she had pretty much been with Miles that night."
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In series 21 it was revealed that Inga and Julius had shared a kiss on a beach in Bali while Miles had met the blonde beauty online before the pair later slept together.
However Julius, who is currently single, added: "I would just never let it get in the way. I know the old Spencer [Matthews] and Jamie [Laing] days where they were going after the same girl."
He continued: "It is just not my vibe and it is not the story that I am living by."
The early Made in Chelsea days with Spencer, who is now married to Vogue Williams, and Jamie, who is engaged to Sophie Habboo, saw the friends clash after they fought to win the hearts of the same girls including Lucy Watson, Louise Thompson and Kimberley Garner.
Julius, who is also a spin instructor, added: "Unless we fancied them at pretty much the same time then it is fair game but I find that all uncomfortable. There are so many fish in the sea that if he likes someone then good on him. I will just have to wait until the next one comes."
Meanwhile Julius teased that series 23 of the show has plenty of drama thanks to the 'big egos' on the show and added: "I mean day three and I am already having a fight with someone! It is pretty challenging. There is a conflict because there are big egos. There are big personalities.
"You need to keep quite a strong head on the shoulders but lap it up and enjoy it for what it is. It makes you stronger."
However, aside from the drama on the reality series, Julius, who recently had his Covid-19 Pfizer/BioNTech booster in January, also stressed the importance to get vaccinated in order to help protect against getting seriously ill from coronavirus.
Julius said: "I know a lot of people are doubting the booster and there are a lot of conspiracies going around but for me it was a no-brainer."
Speaking about his experience with Covid-19 after testing positive on two separate occasions, he added: "I got hit quite badly for a few days from it and I am very, very healthy and I was knocked back by it. It wasn't something I would wish upon anyone."
He continued: "I remember feeling like I had every flu symptom under the sun but at their max… I got hit by every single symptom – very badly actually."
Julius added: "I listen to the facts and I am going with what the Government are saying is right. Getting vaxxed is something that is going to provide me with protection."
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