Made In Chelsea: It's on… then it's off again as Binky swears off Jamie after he keeps messing her around
01:48 GMT, 6 November 2012
They haven't even got round to a second date, but it appears Jamie Laing and Alexandra 'Binky' Felstead are over before they begun.
In Monday's episode of Made In Chelsea, the pair managed to break up twice and get back together, before agreeing to part ways for good.
After years of friendship, it appeared the transition to lovers was proving difficult for Jamie, as he kept giving Binky mixed messages.
On again…: Jamie Laingand BInky Felstead share a kiss on Monday's episode of Made In Chelsea
Although Binky decided to cool things off at the beginning of the episode, she was later won round by Jamie at the gang's weekend in Dorset.
However, the following morning, Jamie left her hurt and angry after admitting he wasn't sure if they should be a couple.
In last week's episode, Jamie was seen sabotaging their burgeoning romance when he admitted he didn't 'trust himself'.
To second date or not to second date: Binky tells friend Gabriella Ellis she is unsure about Jamie
Sat with best friend Cheska Hull in a restaurant, Binky refused to answer Jamie's phonecall: 'We haven't even had a second date and he's already telling me he doesn't trust himself.'
After deciding she wasn't going to bother with their second date, she phoned him to tell him and he didn't take the news well.
He sulked: 'If you think like that, then fine, think like that.'
Letting him down: After Jamie admitted he didn't 'trust himself', Binky told him their second date was off
Cocky: Jamie was a bit stroppy on the phone after Binky cancelled their second date
Talking to friends Francis Boulle and Oliver Proudlock, Jamie cockily declared: 'I don't give a f**k,' before claiming he would probably hook up with Binky over the weekend.
And his boasts did come true after he won over Binky at Proudlock's weekend party in Somerset by telling her 'I could fall in love with you so easily'.
Jamie gave Binky a good impression of being into her as he declared: 'I'm not gonna hook up with anyone else. I was just wanna hang out with you.'
Another chance: Binky was won over after Jamie declared he could fall in love with her
Heart on his sleeve… or just the drink talking: Jamie made quite a profession to Binky at the Dorset party
After Binky told him 'we're not boyfriend and girlfriend,' he replied: 'We could be…'
Despite going on to share a kiss, half an hour later Jamie was singing a different tune.
Talking to best friend Spencer Matthews and girlfriend Louise Thompson, Jamie told them: 'We're not exclusive. We're taking things casually. I don't give a f**k what anyone thinks.'
The following morning, Louise recounted the conversation to a horrified Cheska, who was determined to warn her friend.
A fine romance: Binky agrees to give things another try as they pucker up in the garden
However, it appeared Jamie had beaten her to it and ended up hurting Binky with his confusing messages.
He told her: 'I woke up this morning and I had a freak out. In my head, I thought I wanna go for this.
There's so much pressure.'
After Binky reminded him that he had said about falling in love with her, he queried: 'I said that last night'
Confusing: Half an hour later, Jamie tells Spencer Matthews and Louise Thompson that he and Binky 'aren't exclusive'
Don't hate the player, hate the game: Jamie seems quite smug as he chats to Louise and Spencer
He went on: 'The last thing I want to do is hurt you. So maybe when we go back to London we should go back to be friends.'
A furious Binky replied: 'You've f**ked me over. You made me feel like s**t.'
She refused his apologies, saying: 'I don't want to hear it. You talk s**t.'
Change of heart: Jamie hurts Binky when he suggests they should return to being friends the next morning
'You make me feel like s**t': Binky tells Jamie he has sent out mixed messages
Later in London, Binky's friends Cheska and Ollie Locke confronted Jamie in the street over his behaviour.
Jamie told the pair: 'It's none of your business. It's between me and Binky.
'When I said (I could fall in love) I was being an idiot. I love that girl more than anything. I just don't know if I could be in love with her.'
Angry Ollie told him: 'You led her on, then leave her. You owe her an apology.'
Confrontation: Binky's best friends Cheska Hull and Ollie Locke are furious when they bump into Jamie
Defence: Jamie tries to defend his corner, and fails
Upset: Binky deletes her text messages from Jamie from her phone
Meanwhile, it appeared Spencer was getting increasingly irked about newcomer Andy Jordan's crush on his girlfriend Louise.
Spotting the pair talking in the garden at the party, Spencer put a territorial arm around the geography student.
He then hit out at Andy, saying: 'I think you're a lovely guy, but frankly this is getting a bit embarrassing.'
Back in London, Spencer told Jamie he found Andy's behaviour towards Louise 'creepy, it's embarrassing, it's painful'.
Clash: Spencer tells Andy he is 'embarrassing' himself by his crush on Louise
Determined: Andy admits he has feelings for Louise, despite the fact she is dating Spencer