It has been a whopping 10 years since the hugely successful reality show Made in Chelsea launched on E4.
Rivalling the glitz and glamour of "vagazzling" and glamping of The Only Way Is Essex, which debuted on ITV the year earlier, MIC has followed a group of affluent and good-looking socialites as they live a life of luxury and drama in London.
Over the years, viewers have watched the likes of Spencer Matthews, Binky Felstead, Louise Thompson and Ollie Locke navigate their way through love, life and a whole host of lavish international travels.
And with recent news of Millie Mackintosh and Hugo Taylor welcoming their second child, let's look at where the other cast members are right now.
Former Eton pupil and Ccy broker Spencer was best known as a ladies' man on the show, with his romance with Caggie Dunlop dominating season one.
In 2012 he became the lead on the UK version of The Bachelor, however, failed to find lasting love with the winner.
Spencer went on to enjoy short-lived romances with the likes Funda Onal, Lauren Hutton, Louise Thompson, Lucy Watson, Stephanie Pratt and Vicky Pattison.
After quitting MIC in 2016, he began dating model Vogue Williams, and they wed in 2018. They are now parents to two young children, Theodore and Gigi.
Caggie Dunlop is one of the former castmates who has remained relatively under the radar.
Her complicated relationship with Spencer was documented for several series before she left the E4 show in 2012.
Caggie decided they were better as friends and moved to America at the end of series three, leaving a heartbroken Spencer chasing her to the airport.
She left Made In Chelsea to pursue a music career. Using her full name Catherine Dunlop she released a single, Neverland. However, she didn't see much success with singing.
She now hosts her own podcast, Saturn Returns.
Louise joined the show in the second series, where she was romanced by Spencer, who admitted to cheating on her.
Louise started her brand Pocket Sport five years ago, after her and her business partner Ed saw a gap that needed filling in the activewear market.
The star also released a book Live Well with Louise, back in 2018, as well as a website with tips, workout and advice called Live Like Louise – which has recently been rebranded as trtle.com.
Louise's new website features a paid for revolutionary nutrition app which includes training plans, on-demand workouts, exercise tutorial videos, stretch classes and more.
She is currently pregnant with her first child with partner Ryan Libbey.
Millie was on the show since season one, and viewers watched as her now-husband Hugo Taylor was torn between her and Rosie Fortescue.
The Quality Streets heiress famously called out Rosie for kissing Hugo during a dramatic party, which left viewers shocked.
Millie and Hugo split, and she went on to quit the show in series 5. Millie then had a three-year marriage to Professor Green.
Following their divorce, she romantically reunited with Hugo. They got married, and they recently welcomed their second child, a baby girl named Aurelia.
Ollie was known for his lusciously sleek long locks when he first appeared on the show in season one.
During the time he was dating aspiring singer-songwriter Gabrielle and then TopShop heiress Chloe Green.
He identified as bisexual before coming out as gay in 2016.
Last year, Ollie wed his partner Gareth, and they are now attempting a second round of IVF via surrogate following previous heartache.
Binky was known as the ultimate party girl when she joined the cast of MIC back in season two.
Following a fling with Spencer Matthews, her tumultuous relationship with Alex Mytton dominated storylines on the show in season six.
She left the show in 2017 after announcing she was expecting a child with then-boyfriend Joshua Patterson.
Binky is now married to husband Max Darnton and welcomed her second child, a son named Wolfie, back in June.
Jamie made his first appearance on the show in season two. Alongside his time on the show, Jamie has seen a lot of success with his sweets company, Candy Kittens.
He withdrew from an exciting opportunity to participate in Strictly Come Dancing in 2019 due to a foot injury before returning to the series for 2020.
Jamie made it to the finals with his dance partner Karen Hauer before losing to Bill Bailey and his partner Oti Mabuse.
Back in May, he revealed he had quit MIC because at 32, he felt he was "too old" for the show.
Early on in the show, Rosie found herself in a love triangle with Hugo Taylor and Millie Mackintosh.
She has since gone on to launch her own successful jewellery line.
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