In the latest episode of Miles Nazaire and Love Island 2022's Charlie Radnedges podcast, Playtime, the Made in Chelsea star went on a perplexing tirade of why he struggles to date, what could end a relationship and most shockingly what he believes to be the REAL reason that girls go on a night out. Spoiler - it involves men.
Miles has dated a multitude of ladies including several of his Made in Chelsea co-stars but none have managed to stick around. During week three of his podcast Miles brought up lads holidays and girls holidays and we may have discovered the reason why he struggles in a relationship.
The reality star stated, "If you [a girl he's seeing] are going out with just single girls. I don’t find that attractive."
But Miles, what about if you just go out with single lads, what then, huh?
The conversation continued with Charlie offering up a scenario for Miles to think about, "So what about if your girlfriend was like ‘I’m going on a trip to Ibiza, all the other girls are single'."
Miles didn't need time to think about it as he immediately shot the idea down, "No. No way."
He then proceeded to declare, "You can go but I’m not your boyfriend."
Maybe this is why he's still single, he won't date girls who go on holiday with their single friends...
Also, not to self if we ever date Miles; do not spend time with single women, do not go on a girls holiday and unfriend anyone who is, in fact, single.
The podcast was brimming with strange chats that we wasn't expecting from Chelsea's favourite flirt.
"Correct me if I'm wrong but I feel like girls go out for validation," the MIC star began.
He went on to say, "A lot of girls, I feel like would be lying to themselves if they say ‘I only go out with my friends, just to go out with my friends.’ There is somewhat a feeling of ‘I do want to feel pretty and I want a guy to make me feel pretty.’"
We're still not entirely sure how to unpack that statement.
Luckily Charlie was on hand to clarify what Miles meant, "What you're saying is girls go out just to get attention and they don't have any intention of pursing it further than getting a compliment?"
And Miles confirmed that's exactly what he meant, "Yeah. 100 per cent and get free drinks, get bottles on tables."
He did then add, "I'm not categorising every single girls by the way because a lot of my friends are girls and I've got amazing friends but I've just noticed there's groups of girls... When we go out, why do you have all these girls flocking to our table, 'they've got money, they've got a table or can we go and get a drink'.
"But a lot of them don't even have the intention of wanting to have a conversation with you or maybe get with you or anything like that. I do feel like in London, I've experienced that."
Turns out his comments haven't gone down well with fans as one person wrote, "Christ almighty this conversation is an absolute abomination".
Someone else said, "OMG! I’ve got no words for that conversation except immature!"
A third added, "That is such a general sweeping statement of girls and also utter bullshit.. I liked Miles before this... Of course people want validation at times but to say all females only ever go out for that reason is such bull. The fact you would even put this out on the internet shows how totally clueless you really are!"
This isn't the first time Miles has been outspoken on the podcast, during a previous episode of Playtime not only did Miles say "I don’t know if they’re happy" when talking about Maeva D'Ascanio and James Taylor's relationship (despite them expecting a baby together any day now), but Charlie (who can talk, apparently) revealed that Love Island producers encouraged him to pursue Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu over Tasha Ghouri when he first entered the villa (remember those hot tub dates?).
Frankly, the boys' tea spillages are endless, but the crème de la crème came from Miles who recalled one moment from Made in Chelsea when he was actually removed from filming, saying, "I don’t give a shit about the show".
Our review in short: we were expecting lukewarm and we got PIPING.
During his raw chat with bestie Charlie, Miles recalled the time he found out his ex Maeva and former mate James had hooked up behind his back (what a time to be a MIC fan), saying, "I didn’t speak to Maeva for like six to eight months [after we split] and I remember telling the producers, ‘If you bring Maeva on the show, I will leave’.
"At this stage, it was eight months down the line and I was doing quite well on the show, and I felt like I had a bit of power.
"I didn’t have power. No power. They surprised me; they got her on the show, and as you can see, whoever’s watched the show, whoever knows the show, you’ve seen from series 18 when I started, the journey of what Maeva, myself and James have gone through."
He continued, "Then they hooked up and lied to everyone saying they had just kissed, when actually they hooked up. That famous scene where she tells me she kissed James, she had slept with him. You see me tearing up and I throw this whiskey glass at the counter. Honestly, the bar staff, it nearly hit her and I felt so bad. But I was angry; I blacked out."
Drop your shoulders and breathe because it gets worse... "I punched a mirror and producers ran in and no one knows this – bit of a secret – and they didn’t show it, because obviously it would’ve made Maeva look a little f-cking intense… she smiled when she told me, and you don’t see it. She did what she wanted. She saw me crumble. That’s the only thing I remember – looking up and seeing her smiling. She finally did something to hurt me.”
Seriously, drop your shoulders and breathe. Miles continued, "It was so so painful that they had to take me out of filming for two whole weeks. They were scared that I was going to knock James out, and I was supposed to see him that day to confront him, I said to them and the exec was there, ‘If you put him in front of me now, I’m going to punch him in the face. I don’t give a sh-t about the show.’
"There’s a moment where you’re like, ‘F*ck the cameras’ – my best mate has slept with my ex-girlfriend."
Wow. No words.
We'll be honest again; when it comes to Miles' love/sex/friends-with-benefits life, we genuinely can't keep up, even though it is literally our job to know more about this that perhaps he even does.
The latest series of Made in Chelsea has only just got into second gear and already Miles has bedded, broken hearts, found new sparks, and found more new sparks. He's the poster child for all those angelic-faced bad boys out there, and we have totally fallen victim to his charms – again.
We love you, Miles Nazaire, and we're ready to get burned – just like you did in Bali.
To top off all the relationships (not to mention the budding ones) he's already juggling on the show right now – namely Issy Francis-Baum, Melissa Tattam, Ruby Adler, and his flirty friendship with bestie Emily Blackwell (we've probably missed one or twelve out) – Miles exclusively revealed to heat that he's secretly been "snuggling up" with another one of his MIC co-stars.
Seriously, watch out SW4, because if we've done our sex maths correctly, Miles is running out of SW3 residents.
Miles exclusively told heat, "In the country house that we stayed in for one of the series, Julius [Cowdrey] and I got the really, really small room, so we ended up staying in the cinema room, snuggled up together, as we always do, like a cheeky couple."
Don't you just hate when your ludicrously posh country bedroom isn't big enough, so you're relegated to the cinema room? Call the MiC aftercare team.
It seems our Miles really is running out of SW3 residents...
Okay, so his bestie Julius isn't exactly a new flame, but as a gay fan of Made In Chelsea, I'm all for the visual provided by this throwaway comment.
Miles Nazaire's nipple surgery
That’s right, Made in Chelsea’s Miles has made a series of vlogs about his nipples.
And no, it’s not as saucy as it sounds and as far as we can tell there isn't an OnlyFans link. Mind. Gutter.
Miles recently had two procedures to remove something called gynecomastia from his breasts. Huh? I know, us too right. Gynecomastia, pronounced guy-nuh-koh-MAS-tee-uh, is an increase in the amount of breast gland tissue in men, caused by an imbalance of the hormones estrogen and testosterone.
Four years ago, when Miles began taking exercise more seriously and, in his words, his body became more sculpted. At first, he thought he had stubborn fat behind his nipples, but it transpired it was gynecomastia.
Miles speaks candidly about the impact it’s had on him in his latest vlogs, “What annoys me is, I’ve got really insecure about it.”
In the vlog, Miles takes viewers to his consultation in part one, and part two literally follows him into theatre and sees him getting put under for the first stage of the process, liposuction. Disclaimer. It gets pretty grim!
But before this, there is a lot of fun chit chat.
“Nipple surgery day!” Miles chimes, “I feel like I need to say goodbye to my nipples.”
“Because I wanted this day so much, I don’t really feel that nervous. I’m apprehensive. It’s a weird feeling.”
“I keep saying nipple surgery but I am not actually doing anything to my nipples – gynecomastia surgery.”
Miles Nazaire's Made in Chelsea history
The golden age of Made in Chelsea might be over – those Caggie leaving at the airport, Spencer slapping, ex-boyfriend casting scenes will take some beating – but Miles has certainly facilitated some controversial plotlines during his time on the show.
First there was the explosive arguments he had when his ex girlfriend Maeva arrived from France, and the ensuing chaos when they eventually called it a day (supposedly) and Maeva began dating Miles’ best mate James.
Who is Miles Nazaire?
Miles was a new sign up to the 15th series of Made in Chelsea in 2018. He quickly made an impact when he was introduced as a club promoter and quickly caused havoc for Liv Bentley and Digby Edgley (who were already very much on the rocks) when he started a rumour that Digby had been messaging his girlfriend. Could it have been Maeva? It was never confirmed and Digby always denied the allegations.
He later moved in with Sophie ‘Habbs’ Habboo and Emily Blackwell, but that didn’t end well when the lines between friendship and romance were blurred between him and Emily.
In conclusion, Miles has made a play for pretty much every woman in Chelsea, and it doesn’t look like he’s ready to hang up his boots just yet, either.
Did Miles Nazaire quit Made in Chelsea?
Miles took a break from being on the show in 2020, telling OK! magazine, "So last year it was more the fact that I had done two years on the show and lockdown was coming into place, I thought it was a good decision for me to take some time off.
"It was never me saying goodbye to the show, it was just me saying, 'Oh you know what, I wanna venture into other business ideas' and other things I wanna do for my projects with me team, and just take a bit of time off really.
"I took that time off, I was really, really happy about it and then I got back in contact with Chelsea and thought, 'Well let's come back and have some fun.'"
He returned for the 2021 spring series, which saw the cast move into a huge country mansion together to avoid isolation restrictions.
How old is Miles Nazaire?
A December baby (and a Sagittarius), Miles is 26 years old.
Where is Miles Nazaire from?
Miles is proud of his French heritage but is, of course, based in Chelsea, London.
Who are Miles Nazaire’s parents?
Miles’ dad Jacques is a French artist and Jazz musician, and even made a cameo on the show when he popped over to visit his son and play a gig with him in series 15.
Miles’ mum is an English born sculptor called Victoria, who lives in Les Issambres in France.
What happened with Miles Nazaire and Inga Valentiner?
Miles had a love interest set up by producers in the spring 2021 series, when Inga Valentiner joined the cast. Miles and Inga had met once and been messaging on social media before Inga joined the cast, but sadly, things weren't to be.
"Inga is not only a beautiful girl, but she's very creative and we have this really good connection on music and art, because of my background and family, so we had initially connected because of that," he told Grazia at the time. "And it was just quite nice to talk to someone in that capacity, and not just about gossip and drama.
"There is huge pressure with starting a relationship, not only on the show, but in the house: you've got all eyes on you," he added. "And also, everyone's opinion is just going to bounce around - some people aren't going to like it, and some people will. And then people take comments and change them. It's constantly a battle, and it's sometimes very hard to actually focus on the person that you're with."
What happened with Miles Nazaire and Maeva D’Ascanio?
Miles and Maeva’s rocky relationship was explosive enough to rival Hugo Taylor and Millie Mackintosh’s from series one.
Miles had vaguely mentioned an ex-girlfriend in France during his time on the show, and when Maeva arrived in Chelsea two series later it was clear there were a lot unresolved issues between the two.
After MANY a vicious row, they eventually broke up for good, with Maeva going on to date Miles’ best mate James Taylor – which upset Miles so much, that we almost felt sorry for him.
Maeva and James skipped series 19 for a ski season in France, with Miles admitting, "I am so effing happy they're not in it now."
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Kicking things off is Andy Jordan, who first appeared on our screens wooing Spencer Matthews' then girlfriend Louis Thompson. He went on to get the girl, and earned himself a reputation as a bit of a love-sick wet cloth thanks to his incessant warbling - sorry, singing.
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He added, "It is nothing to do with me not being over it, it is more that I don't have to see them, or see them together in front of my face all of the time."
BUT WAIT. That’s not all. Because after Miles admitted that he and Maeva were actually on civil terms, they were forced to move in together for the most recent series and their lingering tension and their habit of speaking in French together within earshot of James was a source of A LOT of drama in the house.
Is Miles dating Sophie Hermann?
Miles has always made it clear that he’s got a big crush on Queen Bee Sophie Hermann and while Sophie evidently has a soft spot for him (the pair often gossip in French together), she's always maintained that he’s too young for her.
What happened with Miles Nazaire and Ruby Adler?
Miles successfully wreaked havoc within the longest-running relationship in the show’s history. Reza Garroussi and his girlfriend Ruby Adler had been a couple for a decade when they became primary cast members for series 21.
But despite having a seemingly strong and successful relationship off camera for ten years, as soon as they became a main plot line on the show cracks started to show. Miles quickly made it known he was interested in Ruby, despite her having a long-term boyfriend (much to Sam Thompson’s chagrin).
Ruby’s ongoing bone she’d been picking with Reza was that he never posted her on his social media and scheming Miles stirred the pot by suggesting Rez was “ashamed” of her. It led to Rez defending himself by saying he’d struggled to trust Ruby after she was unfaithful much earlier in their relationship.
Miles and Ruby recently attended a special screening of Marvel studio's LOKI together looking VERY coupley, but have yet to go Instagram official – so the jury's still out on whether they're making a go of it.
What is Miles Nazaire’s job?
Although we’re sure Miles would describe himself as an ‘entrepreneur’ or a ‘businessman’, like the rest of his reality TV cohort, he’s primarily a social media influencer and YouTuber.