TALK OF THE TOWN: Love Island star Dr Alex George spends £1.6 million on apartment


TALK OF THE TOWN: Love Island star Dr Alex George spends £1.6 million on his ‘dream home’ at the Battersea Power Station development


There can’t be many young NHS doctors who can afford a fancy £1.6 million apartment in one of London’s most sought-after locations.

But for Dr Alex George, with girlfriend Ellie Hecht, a stint on Love Island and a high-profile gig as a mental health ambassador has allowed him to buy his ‘dream home’ at the Battersea Power Station development.

And in keeping with his reality TV roots, he has made a YouTube video about the lavish three-bedroom flat in the newly built block, which overlooks the Thames.

Alex, 30, takes his fans on a tour, showing off the two-storey home along with its sprawling terrace. Let’s hope he can tear himself away from his new pad to help out our beleaguered health service!

But for Dr Alex George, left, with girlfriend Ellie Hecht, a stint on Love Island and a high-profile gig as a mental health ambassador has allowed him to buy his ¿dream home¿ at the Battersea Power Station development.

But for Dr Alex George, left, with girlfriend Ellie Hecht, a stint on Love Island and a high-profile gig as a mental health ambassador has allowed him to buy his ‘dream home’ at the Battersea Power Station development.

Alex has purchased an apartment in the landmark Battersea Power Station development

Alex has purchased an apartment in the landmark Battersea Power Station development

The estate of the late ‘Loins of Longleat’ Lord Bath is facing High Court actions from two women who both carry his surname, I can report. 

The first is brought by glamorous Australian Bridget Thynne, believed to be one of his many former ‘wifelets’, who once ran a design company with Lord Bath. 

She is seeking a share of his £23 million estate. The second claim is from Bridget’s daughter Izabella Thynne. 

Both women added an ‘e’ to the name, seemingly in a nod to Lord Bath, who was born Alexander Thynne, though he later dropped the letter.

If the fabulous current Marchioness of Bath, Emma Thynn, is rattled by the presence of her late father-in-law’s ‘wifelets’, she isn’t showing it. 

Emma, married to Bath’s son Ceawlin, sat for a relaxed new portrait by Spanish artist Elena Gual, which raised £13,000 for the Food For Life Global charity.

Lady Bath, Emma Thynn, pictured Emma, married to Bath¿s son Ceawlin, sat for a relaxed new portrait by Spanish artist Elena Gual, which raised £13,000 for the Food For Life Global charity

Lady Bath, Emma Thynn, pictured Emma, married to Bath’s son Ceawlin, sat for a relaxed new portrait by Spanish artist Elena Gual, which raised £13,000 for the Food For Life Global charity

Advertisement

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.