Is this what the Made in Chelsea cast actually do for a living?

From gold mining to luxury sweets

This is what the Made in Chelsea stars list their jobs as

There are a couple of ways of ensuring you never need to work ever again

Writing an annoying, yet chart-dominating pop song or striking oil in your back garden are two of them.

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But let's face it, these aren't going to happen.

Rat-race, daily grind, hamster wheel - call it what you like, but work is the sort of thing which few of us can kiss good-bye to.

Even the Made In Chelsea lot needed to earn a crust before they signed up to being filmed falling in and out of love with each other in the leafy environs of west London.

And according to LinkedIn (and as revealed by The Tab), the cast members are a multi-faceted old bunch. After all, those weekly jaunts to Mahiki don't pay for themselves ...

So what do they do when the cameras aren't rolling?

1. Francis Boulle

Let's be honest, no one described as a 'diamond heir' really needs to work.

Credits: LinkedIN

LinkedIN

Yet while other cast members were happy to be filmed gadding about the Kings Road, Francis' USP has always been his head for business.

According to LinkedIn, Francis is in 'Gold Mining and Exploration', which definitely has a whiff of Indiana Jones about it.

But whatever it is he does, he does it well - as he has a reported net worth of £10 million.

2. Rosie Fortescue

As you'll see, 'CEO' will crop up several times in this list.

Why work for 'the man' when you can work for yourself?

Credits: LinkedIN

LinkedIN

Born into a wealthy family in the heart of Chelsea, MiC veteran Rosie founded her own jewellery line and, well, blog.

Still, she has a reported net worth of £1 million, so who are we to sneer? We've been using the same tea-bag all day.

3. Jamie Laing

Jamie's entrepreneurial vision has been well-documented throughout the show.

Credits: LinkedIN

LinkedIN

The heir to the McVitie's biscuit fortune is the founder of 'premium gourmet sweet' brand Candy Kittens.

Retailing between a fiver and £16, this is confectionery to treat yourself to, rather than impulse buy.

Which may be why he is reported to be worth £2 million.

4. Cheska Hull

No one sits on the fence about Francesca 'Cheska' Hull.

Credits: LinkedIN

LinkedIN

And Cheska doesn't sit around twiddling her thumbs all day.

Another stalwart of the show, Cheska is, yes, director and founder of her own company, Big Smoke PR.

5. Andy Jordan

Our first non-founding member / CEO (though it's surely only a matter of time) on the list, a creep of Andy's LinkedIn profile says, "Intern at BNY Mellon."

Credits: LinkedIN

LinkedIN

6. Louise Thompson

A quick peruse of Louise's Instagram feed largely shows images of exotic holidays and fancy health / fitness product endorsements.

Credits: LinkedIN

LinkedIN

There's no job title for this that we're aware of.

So, to this end, her LinkedIn profile simply states, "Actress on E4's Made in Chelsea."

Incidentally, she's the only cast member to list the show as her occupation.

7. Oliver Proudlock

One of the more 'creative types' on the show, you may not have actually seen any of his work, but Proudlock's profile tells us he is an "Artist/Designer", so we'll be keeping our eyes peeled.

Credits: LinkedIN

LinkedIN

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