George Lineker to join Made in Chelsea?

George Lineker to join Made in Chelsea?

George Lineker is in talks to join ‘Made in Chelsea’.
The 26-year-old app developer – who is the son of ‘Match of the Day’ presenter Gary Lineker – is close friends with castmembers Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo, Alex Mytton and Sam Prince and show bosses are keen to have him join his pals on the programme so he can air his strong views.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "George is never far from Chelsea – and is constantly out partying with the show’s cast members.
"He’s really close with Alex Mytton, and him and Sam Prince are always joined at the hip.
"He’s also got a real penchant for the reality TV ladies, as he’s been getting pretty cosy with Toff recently, and once dated ‘Big Brother’ winner Sophie Reade.
"Just like his dad, George is very straight-talking too and doesn’t mind getting involved in a debate so producers thought he would be a great signing in that aspect.
"They think it would be an explosive series if he were to get on board."
And George is sure to provide some entertainment on the show with his personal life, as he’s been romantically linked with a number of women from the show, including Jess Woodley and Tara Keeney.
He’s also regularly seen out with model Lottie Moss, who lives with cast member Frankie Gaff.
George has previously admitted he feels "pressure" being the son of the footballing legend.
He said: "I think I will always feel I am in my father’s shadow. But I have just got to do my own thing.
"That’s all that’s expected as long as I’m not known for sitting home, doing nothing and being a bum. If I was just living off him that would not be good. It is a pressure being Gary Lineker’s son, but he hasn’t put that on us – it’s more from inside myself.
"He’s so successful, good looking and has that charm but I can only do as well as I can. My brothers probably feel that as well. I am never going to play for England or be the best sports presenter in the country – none of us are. We are just trying to do our own thing."