A Made in Chelsea star spent a night ‘roughing it’ in a Cotswolds B&B, a far cry from his usual life of travelling the world bedding down in luxury accomdation.
TV personality Francis Boulle took part in a promotion for ‘National B&B Week’ (March 18-24), working to encourage people to stay in B&B’s throughout the week.
The Cotswolds B&B was hardly a hostel however, as it was none other than ‘Abbots Grange’, a lovely country home located in Broadway, near Chipping Campden, just off the A44.
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As he gets in the car he delightfully says: “Well of course they’re paying me, yeah it’s for eviivo’s National B&B week,” to a friend on the phone.
Speaking to the camera he shows his perhaps somewhat sheltered background by remarking: “I mean, I’m not really expecting much, it’s a B&B.
“It’s like where old people go on holiday, right?”
The reality star sparked off his stay with a game of croquet (because of course), before getting angry at the ball boy on the tennis courts, as well as his agent for failing to tell him about the on-site helipad.
By the time he was ready for his soak in the bath, complete with rubber duckies, he was certain there had been a mix up: “Oh, it’s a B&B…?”
Safe in the knowledge that he wasn’t in the wrong place, Francis got into his four poster and fell asleep at approximately 7.37pm.
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He woke the following morning to enjoy a tasty Full English – eggs cooked to precisely 68.5 degrees – before helping himself to the jam jars and mini shampoos before checking out.
Oh how the other half live.
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