More about the relationship
Lucy Watson started going out with her Made in Chelsea co-star Andy Jordan towards the end of 2012. Unfortunately for Jordan, their relationship came to a cruel end after she dumped him at the dinner date in December by stating that their relationship wasn’t going anywhere.
Lucy was reported to have hooked up with reality star Alexander Mytton in the mid-2013. However, their fledgling relationship didn’t last long as Lucy dumped Alex for Spencer Mathews while on a trip to Barcelona in June 2013.
Lucy started dating TV personality, Spencer Matthews after he won her over during Barcelona trip by claiming that he had eyes only for her. Shortly after, they were spotted out on various events and functions. But their relationship didn’t last beyond the summer of 2013 as he confessed that he had cheated on his girlfriend.
She later revealed that even after their breakup he had tried to woo her for a night together. Lucy was going out with former rugby union star, Jordan Turner-Hall after they were spotted on a date at a restaurant in London in 2013.
Lucy Watson had a relationship with actor Jamie Laing. Jamie seemed to be very keen about her but, she seemed hot and cold for him and their affair ultimately came to end after she hooked up with Oliver Proudlock. Additionally, Lucy Watson also started going out with model Oliver Proudlock in October 2014.
They made their relationship public by stepping out together at the JOOP! Crazy Party, Disco, and Cirque le Soir. They had started going out in New York City but didn’t go out on an official date. It had all started with a couple of drunken kisses. However, their relationship fizzled out a couple of months later as it was revealed that he was seeing other women at the same time.
Lucy Watson started dating reality TV star, James Dunmore in early 2015 after having grown close to him while working in Made in Chelsea. After making their relationship public, they headed out for a series of well-publicized holiday trips. In October 2016, they decided to leave the reality series in order to focus on their relationship.