Rosemary Mac Cabe

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Cheek Frills with Made in Chelsea’s resident mean girl, Rosie Fortescue

The Made in Chelsea star was in Dublin to launch her twin sister’s range of fancy pants

Sat, Jul 27, 2013, 07:30

   

This Wednesday, Rosie Fortescue of E4′s Made in Chelsea was in town, in Brown Thomas, to launch her twin sister Lily’s range of undies, called Cheek Frills. The range focuses on briefs, made of 100 per cent Italian cotton modal and lace, and also offers vests and bralets.

When in Dublin, Rosie and her sister met shoppers and press in Brown Thomas’s lingerie rooms – the luxury Irish shop will be selling the range exclusively, in Dublin and Cork.

I didn’t make it to the launch myself, but I wish I had – I’d love to ask Rosie if Spencer’s relationship with Stephanie Pratt is for real, and whether or not Jamie is that charming in real life. Are you a Made in Chelsea fan?

Cheek Frills undies start at €15; the seven days of the week box, top, will set you back €80. brownthomas.ie

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