Bobby Brazier may be a fan favourite on BBC series such as EastEnders and Strictly Come Dancing, but the rising star still lives with his father, Jeff Brazier.
The 20-year-old has lived with his father, 44, since his mother, Jade Goody, died of cervical cancer at the age of 27 in 2009, along with his rarely seen brother Freddie, 19.
But Jeff is making sure Bobby, who has reached the finals of Strictly Come Dancing, does not allow celebrity go to his head, and has even raised his rent as a result of his growing success.
‘[Dad] has been feeding us lunch recently, in enormous servings,’ the Celebrity Gogglebox star previously told Metro.co.uk of his living conditions.
‘But on the other side of that, he’s just upped my rent, so it’s sweet and sour. I think it’s a moral thing.’
The Brazier lads reside in a stunning property in Essex, where Jeff grew up, that is estimated to be worth more than £1 million.
Jeff and Bobby have shared peeks of their house and interior design choices on Instagram, and they are quite stylish.
Jeff, an avid cook, has frequently recorded videos of himself whipping up a storm in his massive kitchen, replete with an island.
To give a burst of colour to the traditional white space, the cupboards have been painted a tasteful green, and the countertops appear to be marble – the genuine kind, no less.
Jeff appears to be a fan of the colour green, as he is shown in another room perching on a mossy-colored sofa that complements the kitchen well.
Meanwhile, Bobby has published photos of himself standing in a big mirror in a room with neutral, beige tones, next to a rose-gold-handled closet.
If there isn’t enough space in the house, there is an outside chamber in the yard that is frequently utilised as an office.
Bobby may not be able to leave the nest for long, as PR experts anticipate a bright future for the child, who might find himself at the focus of a £2.6million bidding war for acting gigs.
A PR expert told The Sun: ‘Strictly will show the US how versatile he is and no doubt make him even more appealing, he could be the star of the next hit drama to come from across the pond.’
Carla Speight added that Bobby’s recent National Television Awards success, in which he won best rookie, might put him in competition with a Happy Valley actor for one of the most expensive types of contracts.
She went on: ‘He’s likely to find himself with a “golden handcuffs” style contract, after a short bidding war between the channels.
‘Sarah Lancashire reportedly earned £1.3million from her deal, making her the highest-paid TV actress in 2000.
‘Bobby will easily double that with the right channel and the right jobs.’
Bobby and his professional partner Dianne Buswell, 34, will compete in Saturday’s Strictly final against Ellie Leach and Vito Coppola, as well as Layton Williams and Nikita Kuzmin.