The rapper won’t be talking about his future romances either.
Professor Green has said he will be keeping a “dignified silence” about his divorce from Millie Mackintosh. Appearing on ‘Loose Women’, Green said he’ll be staying quiet on details about the split, because it wasn't a “celebrity relationship”.
Professor Green is keeping a “dignified silence” over his divorce from Millie Mackintosh.
"The best approach with any matter that personal is a dignified silence," Green told the ‘Loose Women’ panel. "Especially when there's another party involved.” Green married the ‘Made in Chelsea’ star in 2013, but the couple announced they were divorcing back in February.
The couple announced their separation earlier this year and things don’t seem to be as amicable as they first appeared.
Rapper Professor Green has hinted that his recent break-up with ex Millie Mackintosh will serve as inspiration for his new album. The rapper married the ‘Made In Chelsea’ star in 2013, after a whirlwind romance, but earlier this year they announced their separation.
Professor Green says ex Millie Mackintosh won’t like his new lyrics.
Speaking to The Sun, Green was asked if ex-wife Millie would be unhappy with his new lyrics. “I think that can be assumed,” he said. “But I’m not worried about that. People assume they know me and they know the box I fit into but I grew up rapping a totally different way.”
Millie Mackintosh - Celebrities including Millie Mackintosh, Katherine Jenkins and Cara Delevingne compete in a 5k run for Gynaecological Cancer Fund's "Lady Garden" Campaign - London, United Kingdom - Saturday 23rd April 2016
The rapper and the ‘Made In Chelsea’ star married in September 2013.
Professor Green and Millie Mackintosh have confirmed they are to divorce, after two years of marriage. The couple's marriage had been rumoured to be facing difficulties in recent months, with Green revealing last month that he’d only seen his wife once so far in 2016.
Professor Green and Millie Mackintosh have announced their separation.
In a joint statement the couple said: ‘It is with sadness and regret that we confirm our separation. It is a mutual decision, we still care deeply about each other and would like it to be known it is on amicable terms and we wish each other well.’
The couple have been married for nearly two years, but recent reports have suggested that they're about to break up.
Former ‘Made In Chelsea’ star Millie Mackintosh has dismissed recent speculation that her marriage to rapper Professor Green is on the verge of breaking down, saying that the rumours “could not be more wrong”.
Speaking to British magazine You over the weekend, 26 year old Mackintosh responded to claims that their nearly two-year marriage was on the rocks. “You really can't believe everything you read. Obviously it is stressful having things written about you, especially when they're not true, but I don't get that upset about it,” she said.
Millie Mackintosh and Professor Green
20 famous faces will try to impress Greg Wallace on this year's 'Celebrity Masterchef'.
Former soap stars, ex- popstars, a fashion guru, an astrologist and a Made in Chelsea alumni are among the stars battling to be crowned the winner of this year’s Celebrity Masterchef. The reality series, which begins on the BBC next month, has just announced it's line-up of 20 stars who'll be showcasing their culinary skills during the show's six week run.
Millie Mackintosh is heading to 'Celebrity Masterchef'
The mammoth line up includes ex-Eastender’s Alex Ferns (Trevor Morgan), Emma Barton (Honey Mitchell) and Todd Carty (Mark Fowler) alongside former JLS member JB Gill, Professor Green’s wife Mille Mackintosh and model Jodie Kidd.
Professor Green has rescheduled his tour dates - again.
Professor Green has postponed his UK tour for the second time in six months, blaming a "turbulent" 18 months that has seen him hit by a car, marry his wife, and get arrested. Growing Up in Public - the rapper's third LP - is now reportedly due out in August.
Professor Green and his wife Millie Mackintosh
"The last 18 months have been mental, turbulent, up and down, round and round, amazing, horrible, happy, sad, frustrating, testing, trying and above all incredibly f*****g stressful," Green wrote on his website. "I got hit by a car, got married and then had my life turned upside down by an entirely unfounded arrest for something [for which] I was subsequently not charged."
The rapper was arrested again after he claimed to have been mugged in November, only to get arrested for drink driving
Professor Green found himself in a spot of trouble with police once again earlier this week, following an arrested for perverting justice after he filed a police complaint stating that he had been mugged outside his South London home earlier this month. The singer/rapper was arrested under his real name, Stephen Manderson, on Monday, 25 November, and his prior arrest is believed to be at the center of his latest incarceration.
Prof. Green has yet to address either arrests from this month
Green was held for attempting to pervert justice after he had initially reported that he had been mugged earlier this month, saying that his Rolex had been stolen, only for police to arrive at his South London home and find his wrecked Mercedes outside the property. He was held on suspicion of drunk driving overnight, with an inquiry into the incident taking place following his release.
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Professor Green and Millie Mackintosh enjoy their nuptials in a chic country ceremony.
A big congratulations to Professor Green and Millie Mackintosh who are finally married after two years of dating! The rapper and the 'Made In Chelsea' star tied the knot at the Babington House chapel in Somerset yesterday (September 10th 2013) where they were not only surrounded by beautiful countryside, but also many relatives and friends.
Millie was a stunning bride in her Alice Temperley gown
Millie looked especially elegant in a floaty gown with lace capped sleeves designed by Alice Temperley, a waist length veil and Christian Louboutin heels, while Professor Green (real name Stephen Manderson) maintained his usual suave appearance with a blue suit and tie.
Rita Ora and Cara Delevigne brought down the house in London.
Cara Delevigne [L] and Rita Ora [R] Rapping Together On-Stage
Cara Delevingne joined her best pal Rita Ora on-stage at the DKNY Art Works party, which the Burberry model hosted on Wednesday night (June 12, 2013). Iggy Azalea and Wretch 32 had entertained the crowds at the Old Firestation on Lambeth High Street, though it was Rita's duet with Cara that really raised the roof.
Cara showed off her dance moves and rapping skills on a rendition of Notorious BIG's 'Juicy' - and, well, they weren't half bad. The model wore a black jumpsuit with elaborate jewellery and high top sneakers, while pal Rita opted for a blue and black top with black skirt.
Continue reading: Cara Delevingne And Rita Ora Rap On-Stage To Notorious BIG [Pictures]
Millie Mackintosh was actually one of the best dressed at the BAFTAs, but the harsh London weather was not in her favour.
Made in Chelsea star Millie Mackintosh had a nightmare from start to finish during her BAFTA's red-carpet arrival on Sunday evening (May 12, 2013). The 23-year-old reality star wore a pretty stunning looking Sass & Bide black dress, though the waist-high slits proved problematic as the wind and rain battered the Royal Festival Hall in London.
"I'm wearing Sass & Bide, first time I've worn a Sass & Bide dress. I'm a little bit worried about walking in it because it's slit up to here. But I love the dress, and it's quite a different look from what I did last year," she told The Sun on the red-carpet. Millie, who is engaged to rapper Professor Green, was attending the show to support her E4 show which was nominated for Best Reality and Constructed Factual Programme. And guess what. It won!
The result was a little controversial, though Alan Carr beat Ant and Dec to best entertainment performance for Chatty Man, so anything's possible at the BAFTAs. Elsewhere, James Bond actor Ben Whishaw won leading actor for his performance in Richard II (The Hollow Crown), beating out Sean Bean and theatre legend Derek Jacobi, while Sheridan Smith won lead actress for Mrs Biggs ahead of Sienna Miller and Rebecca Hall. However, the night belonged to revered actress Olivia Colman, who won the BAFTA for both supporting actress (Accused) and female performance in a comedy programme (Twenty Twelve).
Continue reading: Millie Mackintosh Has Dress Nightmare On BAFTA's Red Carpet [Pictures]
Date of birth
26th July, 1990