Their strictly casual relationship was a tale of two stories as smug Spence hopped from bar to party chatting up the female members of the Sloaney crowd, while Louise tried to maintain her “friends with benefits” cool.Sadly the return of Caggster put paid to any burgeoning feelings between the pair as Spencer’s wandering eye prompted Louise to end their “understanding”.Her decision to jet back to New York resulted in her smitten kitten making a mad dash to the airport to prevent her from leaving, but alas he was too late and the series ended with Spencer’s long face and puppy dog eyes contemplating her loss.His next project became on-off ex-girlfriend Louise Thompson – an established member of the Chelsea set who was introduced to viewers at the start of series two.We were from the same state [of Mississippi], so we had a unique relationship.We would help each other, and it was such a healthy competitiveness that we had.""It's always good to be friends with the people you're competing against," he concluded.
His infamous flirting and persistent use of the word “hun” are known throughout Chelsea (and now the nation) so any guide to Sloaney heartbreaking must begin at his door...
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Spence was smitten, and there was nothing Funda could do to change what he, the cast, and everyone but Caggie believed was fated.
But all was not rosy following Funda’s unfair dismissal as Miss Dunlop continued to give poor Spencer the cold shoulder.