Is She Headed For A Meltdown?
Uh-oh, Look can reveal that Millie Mack’s friends are getting seriously worried about their pal’s ‘party, party’ lifestyle
As Millie Mackintosh sunned herself on the front of a superyacht in Monaco last week, her life could not have looked more perfect. She was celebrating new (old) boyfriend Hugo Taylor’s 30th birthday, surrounded by her MIC pals, dressed head to toe in Dior. But as pictures began to emerge of the 26-year-old star looking inebriated, with Hugo even seeming to hold her up at one point, Look learned that behind closed doors friends have begun to worry that Millie could be partying a little too hard.
Ever since she announced her split from husband Professor Green, AKA Stephen Manderson, 32, in February, Millie – who confirmed her relationship with Hugo almost immediately after her divorce was finalised last month – has been seen out on numerous occasions, whether it’s getting down in the desert at Coachella in April or throwing aside her usually squeaky clean image and being caught on camera smoking in London in May.
‘Millie’s barely stopped recently,’ says a friend. ‘She’s been out a lot and people are beginning to worry that she’s burning the candle at both ends. She doesn’t appear to know when to let the party stop.’ In one Instagram snap Look uncovered, Millie was seen swigging from a giant bottle of rosé wine, saying ‘Not #cleanliving today’. And according to our insiders, friends worry that Millie’s partying could be a distraction tactic as she hasn’t given herself time to process the break up of her 30-month marriage.
‘It seems as though Millie’s been trying to push everything that happened to one side,’ says a source. ‘She’s been living in the moment, which is fine, but everyone’s worried it will all catch up with her eventually. If you stay out too late and sleep too little, in the end your body will react.’ It can’t have helped that following the release of the pictures of Millie in Monaco, Stephen tweeted several times, appearing to take a swipe at his ex-wife. He first said,