Made in Chelsea’s Binky never intended to keep the Barnardo’s fee

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Made in Chelsea’s Binky never intended to keep the Barnardo’s fee

The star of the Channel 4 reality TV programme Made In Chelsea, Alexandra Felstead, better known as ‘Binky’ felt a backlash after it was reported that she accepted a £3000 fee for an Instagram post, promoting the children’s charity Barnardo’s.

Binky posted a photo of herself on Instagram asking people to follow the charity on the social networking site.



Something special happening with @barnardosretail today 🙊 ... Follow their account and watch this space!

A photo posted by Binky Felstead (@binkyfelstead) on

Barnardos said it paid the reality star to take part in a campaign to get more people to shop in its stores.

Binky has now claimed she never intended to keep £3,000 allegedly offered to her, saying that she was "horrified" at the allegations.

She tweeted:

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