Joe Wicks splashed out £4.4million on his 5-bedroom dream family home
The family say they had outgrown their plush Richmond house as they move into the five-bedroom pad in an ‘exclusive celebrity enclave’ – and after a year to remember, he didn’t hold back
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Lockdown hero Joe Wicks ‘ amazing new family home reportedly set him back nearly £4.5million.
It has been claimed the luxury five-bedroom pad he purchased in August is worth mega money.
It completes the fitness guru’s total life transformation after growing up on a tough south London council estate as a child.
He told fans in the summer he was on the move after months of helping the nation slim down and keeping kids active during the pandemic.
Now the Mail on Sunday say Joe put his money to good use by moving model wife Rosie and their two children Indie, two, and Marley, who turns one next month, to the “exclusive celebrity enclave” in Surrey.
The pricey home even has a gym on the top floor.
Joe has nearly four million followers on Instagram and he told fans about it – and said it was time to leave their Richmond home.
“I’ve dreamed about having a home like this for my babies to grow up in,” he wrote on moving day.
“We have outgrown our old home – we are moving on and I’m excited about starting a new chapter.”
He might consider keeping the news of the mega money buy from EastEnders star Danny Dyer.
He has made his feelings about Joe crystal clear as he branded the TV star “f**king irritating”.
The 43-year-old claimed that the Body Coach, 34, is dull- and says if he met him on a night out, it would “be the most boring night in history”.
The soap star ranted: “I’ve met a lot of people who are healthy as f**k, and I look at their bodies and I go, ‘Look at you, you’re ripped to f**k.’ I go, ‘Wow.’
“Then they open their mouth and they’ve got absolutely no charisma and dialogue whatsoever. I’ve never met a really fit, healthy man who is not f**king irritating.”
Danny then suggested his feelings could come from hair envy.
“I’m not going to be nasty about him,” he said on his Sorted With The Dyers podcast.