Sometimes, we swear there’s more relationship drama on Made In Chelsea than Love Island. Last series, Sophie Hermann and Tom Zanetti split, and there were numerous scenes where Liv Bentley and her boyfriend Tristan Phipps appeared to be on the rocks. But, now, Liv has revealed that the pair have parted ways – and that they haven’t been together for a while.

And, to be honest, we’re really sad about Liv and Tristan splitting up. While they had their relationship issues during the last series of MIC, we were happy when they patched things up and decided to give their relationship another shot on the show. But, unfortunately, it seems to have not worked out.

Writing on Instagram, Liv confirmed, ‘Tristan and I are no longer together and haven’t been for a while.’ She also respectfully asked her fans not to update her on what Tristan is doing. ‘I would greatly appreciate if people didn’t feel the need to tell me what he’s getting up to,’ she continued. ‘It’s none of my business but also don’t feel like I need to hear about it. Appreciate all the love and thank you.’

Liv has previously spoken to Grazia about her and Tristan’s relationship, telling us it was ‘intense’ living in the house with all of their castmates while filming the last series of MIC. ‘Because of lockdown, Tristan and I have either been living together, or not seeing each other at all,’ she said. ‘It was very up and down but I think it made it a lot harder having a relationship in front of all our friends because it was just very intense. For a new couple to go from just sort of dating – we never had the sort of date night dinners and stuff – to straightaway living with each other, it does make it very intense, very quickly.’

‘We have small arguments, but I think this was the first one we had surrounded by everyone,’ Liv added, speaking about their big fall out in episode two. ‘I think what was making it worse is that, instead of talking about it with each other, we sort of drifted apart. I would go and talk to my friends to try and get some sort of resolution which made it worse.’

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