Made In Chelsea's Millie Mackintosh sports a Sixties beehive as boyfriend Professor Green opens up about their 'difference in class'
18:23 GMT, 9 May 2012
She was recently voted the 15th Sexiest Woman in the World by FHM, but Millie Mackintosh has decided to shake up her image.
The 22-year-old Made In Chelsea star was spotted sporting an immaculate beehive and heavy eyeliner as she filmed the reality TV show in London today.
Wearing a rather bright outfit and carrying not one but two designer handbags, Millie looked as though she had come straight from the Sixties in her colourful attire.
New look: Millie Mackintosh sports a Sixties beehive and heavy eyeliner as she films scenes for Made in Chelsea today
The make-up artist – whose boyfriend, Professor Green, has recently spoken up about their relationship – looked deep in thought as she chatted on the phone while strolling along King's Road.
Millie's chic up-do was kept in place with a simple black band and showed off her made-up face.
The pretty star wore a bright orange leather jacket with white skinny jeans and a striped top as she refused to give in to London's rainy weather.
She completed her look with a pair of gold flip flops and a Louis Vuitton shopper and cream-coloured designer handbag too.
Bright lady: The reality TV star teamed a pair of white skinny jeans with an orange leather jacket and flip flops
Millie was later seen filming scenes with co-star Louise Thompson and seemed to be in much better spirits as she walked with the brunette.
Perhaps her rapper boyfriend had just popped into her head and brought a smile to her face.
The loved-up pair looked every inch the happy couple as least week's FHM party but it seems Professor Green still finds it hard that their relationship is in the public eye.
Speaking to Topman's Generation magazine, the 28-year-old said: 'It’s a weird thing when it’s made so public who you are dating.
Now you're smiling: Millie perked up once she was joined by her co-star
'I find it really interesting how it’s spoken about because people are so quick to point out the difference in class but I’ve always believed that your class is dependent on how you treat people, not your financial situation.
'If the difference were race people wouldn’t be so quick to point it out – it’s still prejudice isn’t it I find it weird that’s it such a big thing.
'I mean all it comes down to is that we are just two people who get on, and that is what a relationship is – it shouldn’t matter where you come from, what colour you are or even what your sexual orientation is.'
'Interesting': Millie's boyfriend Professor Green admitted he is intrigued by the interest surrounding their relationship