Tamara Ecclestone’s Loose Women appearance earlier today has come under fire after an interview with the heiress about her new TV show followed a segment on the housing crisis.
Tamara’s new ITVBE reality show, ‘Tamara’s World’, follows the mother-of-one’s lavish lifestyle, and her interview saw her discuss her 57-room London home with the Loose Women panellists.
However, viewers at home felt that the chat was in bad taste as the women had just been discussing the fact that many people in the UK will never be able to afford their own home as prices soar.
As Tamara spoke candidly about the Kensington mansion that she shares with husband Jay Rutland and their three-year-old daughter Sophia, outraged fans took to Twitter, writing:
Disgusting to hear Tamara Ecclestone talk about her huge house (w/ staff) considering they were just discussing the fact that so many people will never be able to afford their own home #LooseWomen
— George B (@georgebnnlck) November 15, 2017
I'm not on the breadline but I find Tamara Ecclestone's need to broadcast her distasteful, over the top lifestyle offensive. #LooseWomen
— Madame Minge (@MadameMinge) November 15, 2017
@loosewomen nothing normal about having a 57bedroom house with butlers and staff! What a spoilt princess Tamara Ecclestone is!
— Mummy T (@MummyT2015) November 15, 2017
Tamara has 50 staff helping her run the home, including butlers and housekeepers who do most of the housework.
Speaking out, Tamara defended her lifestyle, saying: “It’s a big house and I do have a lot of people helping me.
“It might seem extreme to some people but it’s my life and i would never judge how other people live.”
Tamara insisted that she didn’t have any help with Sophia but confessed that she doesn’t clean their home.
The socialite and her husband bought the home for £45million in 2011, however, experts estimate that it has doubled in value over the years.
Tamara’s dad, former Formula One chief executive Bernie Ecclestone, is worth a staggering £2.5billion, with Tamara herself worth £232million.