MICs Verity Bowditch says Chelsea boys aren’t her type as she wants someone ‘charismatic’

Made In Chelsea's Verity Bowditch has had quite the journey since joining the E4 show in 2019.

The blonde beauty has had romances with MIC's stars Tristan Phipps, Charlie Frederick, and most recently Julius Cowdrey, but newly single Verity, 25, says Chelsea boys are no longer her type of man.

When OK! sat down and asked the star what her type of man was, she replied: "Oh definitely no one on Made in Chelsea, that’s for sure!

"I want to find someone who is charismatic, spontaneous and ambitious.”

Verity – who celebrated the one year anniversary of her co-founded plant-based food chain Clean Kitchen with YouTube star Mikey Pearce last night – also shed light on her brief romance with Julius, who admitted he came on a bit "strong".

“No, he is actually one of my good friends," Verity said. "We’ve been friends for a while and he’s really sweet.

"But as everyone could see, nothing romantic was going on there!” she laughed.

Verity and former Youtuber Mikey Pearce, celebrated the first anniversary of their plant-based restaurant company, Clean Kitchen Club, with their celebrity pals Will Manning, Conor Maynard, and MIC stars Angus Findlay, Nicole Berry, and Eliza Batten.

Speaking at the event, Mikey told OK!: "It's been the most hectic year of our lives and it's been one of those ones where there have been so many highs and so many lows as with every business.

"But we've got the first year over and done with and we've done it we've got through so much.

"Tonight is an evening of celebration, and it feels great. I feel so happy."

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Verity added: "I feel like we've learnt so much this past year about ourselves, about each other and about our business that we've just run ourselves completely.

"We went headfirst into the deep end and it paid off.

"We just looked forward into as far as you want to go and we just believed in ourselves and this is the night to celebrate all of that and I'm I'm so proud of Clean Kitchen and everyone involved."

The star-studded event held at Percy's Kensington also saw the launch of Clean Kitchen’s Happy Planet boxes, which are 100% carbon neutral.

"We want to make plant-based eating as mainstream as possible," the star explained.

"We wanted to make boxes that are similar to your McDonalds' Happy Meal, where no animals are killed. It's so important to me."

Check out Clean Kitchen Club's outrageously delicious plant-based menu here: https://cleankitchen.club/

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