‘We’re homeless’: James Jordan slams ‘rude’ landlord as he struggles to find temporary accommodation with wife Ola and daughter Ella, 2, after selling their £2.5M Kent mansion
James Jordan has revealed his family are temporarily homeless while they search for a rental property.
The former professional dancer, 44, is currently moving house with wife Ola, 40, and their two-year-old daughter Ella, but has been forced to find a place to stay until their new property is ready for them in six months time.
Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, James revealed he’d found the perfect temporary abode but was left astounded at the ‘rude’ landlord, who he said ‘spoke down to us from the minute I shook his hand.’
‘We’re homeless’: James Jordan slammed a ‘rude’ landlord as he revealed he can’t find temporary accommodation with wife Ola and daughter Ella, 2, after selling their £2.5M home
James explained on his Story: ‘We are currently in the process of moving and need to move into rented accommodation for six months.
‘We found a rental property we liked and went this morning to meet the landlord.
‘I have never been spoken to so rudely! Especially in front of Ola and Ella. It was almost like it was a set up.
‘I hope no one out there has experienced this with a landlord. He spoke down to us from the minute I shook his hand.
‘Currently homeless. Anyone want to take Olla, Ella and myself for Christmas?’
In June it was revealed the Strictly stars had put their five-bedroom Sevenoaks mansion up for sale for a whopping £2.5million.
The sprawling detached property boasts stunning countryside views and an outdoor swimming pool.
Other features of the house include a spacious home cinema, gym, a modern kitchen and manicured gardens – perfect for busy family life.
Shocking: Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, James revealed he’d found the perfect temporary abode but was left astounded at the ‘rude’ landlord, who he said ‘spoke down to us’
Ola recently told OK! magazine: ‘Yeah. I would love to have another baby.
‘We’re not thinking about another baby yet though. I’d love Ella to have a sibling – more for her than anything. She’s quite hard work at the moment, so I can’t imagine it but yeah, we would love to have more.’
James added: ‘We had such a positive experience with IVF – the clinic were so caring and it was run like clockwork. The whole experience was very professional.
‘We haven’t thought about another baby imminently, but we would definitely go through it again if we decide that we want to.’
Expanding the family: The couple, who have been married for 19 years, tried for a baby for three years before conceiving and are soon hoping to have a second child