Ant and Dec are living the life of luxury while they host I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!.
The presenting duo are staying in a posh cottage at a holiday park in Graiglwyd Springs, North Wales, just a half an hour drive away from where the celebrity campmates are living in the crumbling Gwrych Castle in Abergele.
Cottages at Graiglwyd Springs cost up to £1,000 a week for the most plush pad, Sycamore cottage, where it’s believed Ant and Dec are staying.
The cottage sleeps eight but it’s thought that the duo have the place to themselves, as they must stay in a bubble throughout filming to reduce the risk of spreading coronavirus.
There is a stylish living room with big sofas and armchairs to relax in after long nights hosting the ITV show.
Ant and Dec have the choice of one double en suite bedroom and three twin rooms.
They are three large bathrooms, one of which has a large walk-in power shower.
Ant and Dec can also make use of the huge kitchen with an open plan dining area.
And the holiday park offers the use of a hot tub for an extra charge.
There is also a trout fishing lake on site for guests to enjoy.
Mirror Online has contacted reps for Ant and Dec for comment.
Ant and Dec will be enjoying the high life while the celebrity campmates struggle through their last days on I’m A Celebrity.
The celebs have to do bushtucker trials to earn meals for the camp, otherwise they have to live on rice and beans.
On Friday the winner of this year’s I’m A Celebrity will be crowned.
Giovanna Fletcher is the current favourite to win, with Ladbrookes reporting odds of 6/4.
Jordan is the second favourite at at 7/4, or there’s a 5/1 shot that Vernon could win.
Meanwhile, Russell Watson is the bookies’ favourite to leave the camp tonight.
*I’m A Celebrity continues tonight at 9pm on ITV