Spencer Matthews 'regrets' THAT explosive breakup scene with Louise Thompson trends now
In one of the most memorable moments of the Channel 4 show the reality TV star turned entrepreneur, 34, met Louise on Putney Bridge where they ended their relationship in explosive fashion after Spencer's cheating had come to light.
During the very heated shouting match Spencer said to the now influencer, 32,: 'It's very hard to respect you when you allow me to cheat on you'.
Throwback: Spencer Matthews has revealed that he regrets the famous scene where he and Louise Thompson broke up on Made In Chelsea, saying: 'I feel embarrassed about it'
Reflecting on the scene Spencer explained on Elizabeth Day's How To Fail podcast that the pair had actually broken up in private the night before and were then told to meet the next day by producers.
He said: 'So I had actually broken up with Louise the night before and I told her about the next scene and she came in steaming hot breaking up with me instead and I was like 'this isn't real anymore!'
'At the time I was a heavy drinker and there was a change in the wind and our relationship was very toxic at the time and it meant we had a huge screaming match that I really regret.
Exes: In one of the most memorable moments of the Channel 4 show the reality TV star turned entrepreneur, 34, met Louise on Putney Bridge where they ended their relationship in explosive fashion after Spencer's cheating had come to light
'You know we're not friends but I have no hard feelings towards her I wish her all the bets but it's a shame I yelled at her that way because I feel embarrassed about it. But had I not told her the night before it would have been different.
'I would have broken up with her and she would have had a different reaction but actually she came in knowing what the scene was about. So it was not real.'
He continued about the show in general: 'I hate being known as Spencer from Made In Chelsea I hate it. I don't like reality TV. I am ashamed and embarrassed at some of my actions, I wish I had cared what people