‘Head­ing For a cri­sis’

Af­ter only five months of dat­ing, Mil­lie is get­ting pretty se­ri­ous about Hugo… just a few months af­ter her quickie di­vorce

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How happy do Mil­lie Mack­in­tosh and Hugo Tay­lor look to­gether? An­swer – very. In fact, Look has learnt that the pair are so loved up that they’ve all but moved in. Well, that es­ca­lated quickly. For­mer Made In Chelsea cou­ple Mils and Hugo got back to­gether in March fol­low­ing her split from hus­band of two years, Pro­fes­sor Green, 32, and their re­la­tion­ship has been go­ing from strength to strength ever since.

‘Mil­lie and Hugo are in­sep­a­ra­ble,’ says a friend. ‘They’re ba­si­cally co­hab­it­ing at her pad in Lon­don and most peo­ple think it won’t be long be­fore they get their own place.’ And, not only has Mils been spend­ing more and more time with her 30-year-old boyf, last week she treated him to a trip to Babing­ton House in Somerset – the luxe ho­tel where she mar­ried Pro Green. Yep, so weird.

Dur­ing their trip Mil­lie, 27, posted a se­ries of snaps to In­sta­gram in­clud­ing her and Hugo cud­dling up at The Royal Cres­cent in Bath and sun­ning them­selves by the ho­tel pool, call­ing their trip ‘the best week­end ever’. But friends say that while these two might be loved up, there’s con­cern from her in­ner cir­cle that things are mov­ing too quickly, es­pe­cially with Hugo’s par­ty­boy rep­u­ta­tion.

‘Stephen [AKA Prof Green] was a calm­ing in­flu­ence on Mil­lie,’ says a friend, ‘but Hugo is al­ways go­ing out and he’s drag­ging her along. It’s clear that they’re ab­so­lutely ob­sessed with one an­other but there is a worry that she jumped into the re­la­tion­ship too soon.’

‘Mil­lie’s par­ty­ing re­ally hard and we’re all wor­ried about her,’ says an­other friend. ‘Their re­la­tion­ship is just a car crash wait­ing to hap­pen.’

Mil­lie and Pro only an­nounced their split in Fe­bru­ary and they’ve both stayed quiet about why. How­ever when he ap­peared on Loose Women last week, he hinted that some­one could have been in­volved be­fore they broke up ex­plain­ing: ‘When there’s an­other party in­volved… I pre­fer to keep it pri­vate.’ Yeah Pro, we un­der­stand but, we wish you wouldn’t…

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