Made in Chelsea star's business fails to offer pay for interns

Made in Chelsea star's business fails to offer pay for interns

Candy Kittens, the brainchild of Made in Chelsea star and heir to the McVities throne, Jamie Laing, does not offer pay to his interns.

The gourmet sweet company, which sells bags of sweets for around £2.50 in high-end retailers, including Harvey Nichols and Waitrose, posted two intern opportunities on its site which only covers travel and lunch expenses, despite Laing’s estimated net worth of £2million.

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