Lucy Watson drops a major hint about returning to 'Made In Chelsea'

Lucy believes that the show was able to pave the way for her and opened the gates for her to become successful.


                            Lucy Watson drops a major hint about returning to 'Made In Chelsea'
Lucy Watson (Getty Images)

Lucy Watson might have dropped a hint about returning to the show and this may just be the news that every 'Made In Chelsea' fan wanted to hear. Knowing how Lucy is all about doing what she says, we think it is quite possible that we will get to see more of her on the show. 

Lucy might come back to Made In Chelsea (Photo by Tim P. Whitby/Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images)

Talking to OK! Lucy said, "I'm all about looking forward and not going back, but some doors (like that) do remain open, yes." Lucy believes that the show was able to pave the way for her and opened the gates for her to become successful. So can we take this as hint that she might consider Made in Chelsea again?

"The show opened up so much for me, which I’m grateful for," she added. She's probably talking about one of her many accomplishments, which was to set up her own jewelry line. 

"One is the ability to set up Creature Jewellery and pursue my passion in the jewelry industry. I’ve learned so much about people and business and I’m excited for what the future holds for me and my company," she said. Even though the reality star had made the decision of exiting the show in 2006, she does believe that it will still be able to bring her success. 

 

She is planning on starting a vegan restaurant (Photo by Tabatha Fireman/Getty Images)

One can believe that the TV show will help Lucy have a platform where she can promote her jewelry brand as well as her vegan foodie empire. The reality star just released her second book which is focused on meat and dairy free grub. The book is expected to be released this year.

At the same time, Lucy and her sister, Tiffany Watson, have reportedly applied to Hammersmith and Fulham Council for a license to open a vegan restaurant. According to Standard, the sisters plan on serving dishes such as "fish and chips” (made of “breaded aubergine” and a “cashew tartare sauce”), non-meat “steak” with “king oyster mushrooms”, and a “pulled pork” burger (made with “BBQ pulled jackfruit”)."

To make things better, the sisters plan to host yoga classes and cookery demonstrations. Meanwhile, their father, Clive Watson, will be executive chairman of the company. It seems like the restaurant is all set to become a family affair and despite Lucy's success as an entrepreneur, we would love to see her come back to the screen.