Made In Chelsea stars axed from show without a goodbye after cast shake-up | The Sun

TWO popular Made In Chelsea cast-members have been axed from the show following a cast shake-up.

Digby Edgley and Julius Cowdrey have both been missing from the latest E4 series – despite leaving last year without a goodbye.

After their sudden absence went explained, viewers hoped they would feature later in the series – but The Sun can reveal producers have no plans for them to return.

An insider said: "They'd both reached the end of their journey on Made In Chelsea and it was time for some fresh faces.

"Digby's relationship had come to an end and didn't have any love interests on the horizon.

"Meanwhile Julius was happily settled with his new girlfriend Georgia May Salamat and was no longer interested in being pulled into drama."


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A second source insisted they were too busy focusing on other projects – but said there's no reason why they can't return at a future date.

"Digby and Julius taking some time away from the show to pursue their business endeavours/dreams," they said.

"It's hoped their time on King's Road isn't over for ever."

The latest series was advertise back in March with a glossy photo-shoot filled with Chelsea's glamorous cast.

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But Digby and Julius were missing from the family photo to celebrate series 25.

Julius previously told how he'd received terrifying death threats in recent years – with trolls threatening to "run him over with a car" after watching him on the show.

The Sun has approached Made in Chelsea for comment.

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