He's the longest-standing member of the Made In Chelsea cast and appears in his own spin-off series, debuting now on All4.
Yet TV star Mark Francis Vandelli doesn't own a television, meaning he's unable to tune in to watch his MIC co-star Georgia Toffolo on the current season of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!
'I've heard about what she's been up to,' the 27-year-old told MailOnline on Friday. 'I've heard about these blended camel's brains she's having to drink.
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Cheering her on: Mark Francis Vandelli can't watch Made In Chelsea co-star Georgia Toffolo on I'm A Celeb as he 'doesn't have a television'... but thinks she could go all the way to the final
'But I haven't watched it because I don't have television. But, knowing Toff, I'm sure she could do well.'
The 23-year-old blonde is currently battling for the title of Queen of the Jungle in the Australian outback, and Mark Francis has only glowing things to say about her.
'She is just an incredibly likable person! She's very charming and she's still a very young girl. I do hope she does well, I think she will do.'
Mark Francis has appeared on Made In Chelsea since it's very first episode in 2011 - and while the rest of the cast have their love lives and personal confrontations aired out on the E4 series for all to watch, the part-Italian has managed to keep a level of sustained decorum on the show.
High praise: The 23-year-old blonde is currently battling for the title of Queen of the Jungle in the Australian outback, and Mark Francis has only glowing things to say about her
'The producers understand that I am not gong to film certain things,' he explained. 'This is a formula that works. It's actually the secret to my longevity - I don't open up every aspect of my life and allow a certain amount of mystique and intrigue.
'It's about preserving yourself. Made In Chelsea is a minute aspect of my life - it documents a very small aspect of who I am. I can be fun and light-hearted on it and it doesn't weigh on me.'
One of MIC's secrets to success can be put down to the painfully awkward encounters that go on between the members of the cast on screen. But Mark Francis side-steps these.
'I don't like very awkward situations. I will keep that for off camera,' he insisted. 'The other members of the cast ask me how I manage to not get my personal life involved. It's an especially difficult concept for the new cast to grasp. The interest starts to be about their relationships rather than their personalities.'
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