The cast of 'Made in Chelsea' visits the Empire State Building

Stevie Johnson, Jamie Laing, Spencer Matthews, Mark-Francis Vandelli and Oliver Proudlock - The cast of 'Made in Chelsea' visits the Empire State Building Observation Deck - NYC, New York, United States - Friday 27th June 2014 (3 Pictures)


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Stevie Johnson, Jamie Laing, Spencer Matthews, Mark-francis Vandelli and Oliver Proudlock
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Stevie Johnson, Jamie Laing, Spencer Matthews, Mark-francis Vandelli and Oliver Proudlock
Photo credit: PNP


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Stevie Johnson, Jamie Laing, Spencer Matthews, Mark-francis Vandelli and Oliver Proudlock
Photo credit: PNP


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