Former Made In Chelsea star Andy Jordan has ruled out returning to the show in the future.
After leaving the show, Jordan has been vocal over his regrets at taking part and in a new interview says that he intends to keep his private life private from now on.
"I couldn't think of anything worse than doing a show like that now," he told the Daily Mail.
"Having been through it, I would never be someone to have a baby and let them be on TV. I would protect them for as long as humanly possible from the public eye.
"From my point of view, it was fun and then I grew up. A lot of my peers would feel the same."
He continued: "If you'd asked me about Made In Chelsea two years ago I would have hung up because my headspace wasn't good enough to process the past. Now I can look at things much more pragmatically.
"I don't hold any animosity towards the TV producers because it's their job to make a TV show with some sort of climax that makes you need to watch the next episode, that's their job.
"But when someone sends me a TV offer, like to be on The Voice, I don't find it hard to say no."
Earlier this year Jordan confirmed his engagement to girlfriend Alexandra Suter and is now planning a wedding abroad.