Made In Chelsea's Lucy Watson is dating notorious love rat Spencer Matthews, but she insists she's nothing like his ex-girlfriend Louise Thompson.
It seems Spencer has somehow managed to convinced self confessed "player" Lucy that he's not a total pig.
She said: "Well, people only seeing the show only get to see one side to him. He's actually really good fun to be around."
We reckon he'd have to be - if he was as smarmy as he seems in MIC he'd surely have no friends at all!
Lucy is adamant that, though he may have treated Louise very badly - including sleeping with another woman in her bed - the same thing won't happen to her.
In fact she thinks Spencer's relationship with Louise was "toxic and should have ended a long time ago."
The 22-year-old has insisted she's "very different" to Louise, who took Spencer back in numerous occasions despite his unfaithfulness.
Lucy said: "She obviously trusted him a lot and tolerated a lot of his sh*t. If I saw any sign of that kind of behaviour, I would cut him off.
"If you let someone treat you like a mug, then they're going to carry on doing it."
On whether she thinks he'll do to her what he did to Louise, she said: "He knows what I'm like, so it depends if he's willing to risk it."
Ah, sounds like a healthy, trusting relationship...
In her interview with Heat magazine, Lucy also set the record straight over her fight with Olivia Newman-Young in Verbier.
Lucy has built up a bit of a reputation for stealing people's boyfriends and this wasn't helped when Olivia confronted her about hooking up with her ex.
She said: "I was 14-years-old when that happened. I was so upset when I found out that guy had a girlfriend."
She added that if she knew someone had a girlfriend, she would "never go there.
"I've been in situations where my boyfriends have had girls perusing them and it's horrible."
The pint-sized beauty also addressed the Jamie Laing debacle - earlier in the series Lucy claimed she'd hooked up with the Digestive biscuit heir, days before it was revealed he had a secret girlfriend, Tara.
Lucy insists that "he swore he didn't have a girlfriend" after she asked him "about 15 times".
To be fair, we didn't believe Jamie for a second.