Inside Vicky Pattison’s incredible £700-a-night trip to London with fiance Ercan
FORMER Geordie Shore star Vicky Pattison looked like she had an incredible trip to London.
The reality TV personality spent time with her fiance Ercan on a luxury £700-a-night trip to London.
Vicky, 35, stayed at the luxury Standard hotel near Kings Cross whilst she spent time in London.
Accomodation at the plush establishment which includes junior suites could cost upwards of £700 a night for her and her fiance Ercan Ramadan.
If the former I’m A Celeb star opted for the Suite Terrace with spectacular panoramic views of London, it would have set her back over £2000 for the night.
But the TV star took to her Instagram to flaunt the boozy activities of her party as she sipped on tumblers of tequila.
She also wined and dined on top quality sushi at the exclusive Japanese inspired Nobu restaurant in Shoreditch.
She captioned the album on her Instagram: “A weekend filled with lots of things I love… ☺️💕 (and probably a tiny bit too much tequila to be fair 🤦🏻♀️🍸.
“Such a gorgeous couple of days, just the perfect send off. I’m away from my boys for a couple of weeks now and even though I’m super excited and grateful for this new challenge- I will miss my little family terribly 😞♥️ .”
Earlier Vicky posted about her previous escape to the Newlands Lodges, which is a half hour drive from the city centre.
The star opted for an outdoor adventure with her partner and dogs at the £500 a night estate.
She soaked up her nature surroundings whilst she posed in the plush hot tub before she departed to work on a secret project.
This comes after, The Sun previously revealed that Vicky is hoping to follow in Stacey Dooley’s footsteps and become a pioneer in the documentary field.
Vicky, 35, has admitted her admiration for the star and confirmed she would like to achieve a similar level of Stacey’s success with her own documentaries.
The TV star created her first documentary last year surrounding alcoholism, including her dad’s battle with alcohol and her own issues as part of a complex programme.
Now, it has spurred her on to do even more as she sets her sights on becoming a respected investigative journalist.