Step inside Jamie Oliver's lavish £8.95 million, Grade-II listed family home complete with seven bedrooms, a huge kitchen, and a super-king bed fit for Louis XIV
Oliver and wife Jools bought their charming family home in Hampstead, north London for £8.95 million ($11.95 million) last year, according to the Daily Mail.
The celebrity chef and restaurateur has a net worth of £300 million ($400 million), according to The Richest, and five children - Poppy, 15, Daisy 14, Petal, eight, Buddy, seven, and River, 16 months.The family's Grade-II listed mansion boasts seven bedrooms and a lavish yet traditional kitchen complete with floating island, hanging pots, and even a wood-burning oven for family baking at the weekend.
Jools, who designs children's clothing and homewares, posts snaps of the family's idyllic life spent frolicking in the vegetable patch and making pancakes in their colourful kitchen to her 500,000-strong following on Instagram.
Scroll on to take a look around Jamie Oliver's lavish family home, including plenty of snaps of the children enjoying the mansion's various amenities, including a grand piano and picture-perfect garden with a tree-swing.