It seems like some people might have been a little too impressed with the merchandise on offer at Jamie Laing’s Candy Kittens store last night.
The Made in Chelsea cast were out in force to support Jamie at the launch of his pop-up shop on London’s swanky King’s Road, where there were cocktails and cupcakes galore on offer.
However, it seems lots of people didn’t realised that absolutely everything in the shop wasn’t on offer and started taking things from the shop.
After a whole table of stationary, phone cases and other memorabilia went missing, Jamie was forced to bring in security, who checked everyone’s bags as they went in and out of the shop.
Lucky they did too, as one over-zealous party-goer had presumed Jamie’s clothing range (with sweatshirts ranging up to £80) was also on offer and had swiped four tops.
All of this didn’t seem to ruin the party for Jamie and his MIC friends Spencer Matthews, Cheska Hull, Millie Mackintosh and Oliver Proudlock, who partied the night away at the shop.
Jamie first broached the idea of the Candy Kittens shop – a sweet store run by hot women named ‘kittens’ – in the last series of the reality show and finally opened to the public today.
Jamie was so over-excited we suspect he may have eaten quite a lot of his own products before telling us last night: “This is like my baby and I’m watching my baby take its first steps. It’s like when a baby goes, ‘Dada’.
“The Candy Kittens are cute aren’t they? We had like 700 people organised and I was like, ‘Who do I really like? I like you, I like you, I like you’.”
But he denied the Kittens were only chosen on looks, saying: “Candy Kittens are sexy, they’re fun, they’re desirable, they’re cute, they’re girl next door. They’re like Elisa Cuthbert, Mila Kunis, Kate Hudson.
“They’re just fun girls and they’re girls that would eat a snail and not care, hold worms, good fun girls, you know what I mean?”
We’re not sure we do Jamie, but the sweets were very nice anyway.
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