Millie Mackintosh fumes over Professor Green’s new song targeting their split

Model wants revenge for rapper's cruel jibes on latest album

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If you split with a singer, you have to expect that at least a few lines will be written about you in their next album, right?

Well that’s exactly what happened to Millie Mackintosh.

When her ex, Professor Green, whose real name is Stephen Manderson, released a new song called Back On The Market, we can only imagine what was going through her mind.

Mills is reportedly fuming over the lyrics to the song, which say: ‘Why in the world would I remarry?’ and ‘I don’t miss any of my exes.’


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The tune also contains the lines ‘money can’t buy you class’ – something Pro tweeted when photos of Millie and her former flame, Hugo Taylor, were first released.

Unsurprisingly, Mills is NOT happy and has reportedly decided to step up her plans to marry new boyf Hugo.

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A source told Heat magazine: “They’ve been talking about getting engaged for ages, but Millie wanted to wait a while a courtesy to Stephen.

“But now things are getting nasty and she’s legally single, so there’s no reason for her to consider his feelings anymore.

“In face, she’d happily tie the knot with Hugo and forget she was ever married to Stephen – it would be the ultimate revenge.”

Millie and Pro had their two and a half year marriage dissolved in just 30 seconds, following their separation early this year.

And just days later, Hugo and Millie went public with their romance, sharing a public kiss during a trip to Monaco – five years after initially dating on Made In Chelsea.

Another pal of Mills’ said the pair had literally “picked up where they left off”.

Adding: “She’s embarrassed about everything that happened with Stephen, and now she wishes she’d never got married and had stayed with Hugo all along.”

Double ouch!

Nancy Brown
Associate Editor