Inside Vernon Kay's glamorous life outside the I'm A Celeb castle with trips to Maldives with Tess Daly and his family
VERNON Kay's everyday life couldn't be more different to the I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here castle.
The former Family Fortunes host, who is set to appear in tonight's finale, has been slumming it in Gwrych Castle in recent weeks.
But it appears the miserable conditions of the ITV set is far from what Vernon is used to.
The presenter, 46, and his wife Tess Daly, 51, own a mansion in Buckinghamshire, which they share with their beautiful daughters, Phoebe and Amber.
The married pair recently had a gym installed in their garden in a bid to keep fit during lockdown.
Vernon regularly shares snaps of their new gym, which is decorated with American football paraphernalia, on his social media.
There's also a huge garden which is big enough to house two Shetland ponies.
When they're not at home, the family are often seen living it up abroad.
As well as lavish breaks to the Maldives, the two have also jetted off to Lake Como and St Tropez in recent years.
France is a particularly special destination for the couple, who previously renewed their vows there.
Vernon opened up on the romantic ceremony with his campmates on the current series of the ITV reality show.
He recalled: "We have done, we did it in France, about five years ago.
"I booked a weekend in our favourite hotel in the South of France and I spoke to her (Tess’) stylist at the time and I said I needed four dresses."
He added: "She didn’t know anything. I said I needed four dresses and I gave her a card and it said congratulations on your second wedding day and I said we’re going to renew our vows."
The couple are also known for making the most of British breaks, including the ultra-lavish Chewton Glen Hotel.
Sharing a snap from a recent trip, Tess was seen relaxing in their own private hot tub.
She captioned the post: "Hot tub heaven 💦🌳@treehouses_cg."
Vernon is set to appear in tonight's finale alongside campmates Giovanna Fletcher and Jordan North.
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