We may know Jamie Oliver for his "pukka" recipes, his string of restaurants, or his five-ingredient meals, but the chef's stunning family home in north London is just as drool-worthy as his food.
Oliver and wife Jools bought their charming family home in Hampstead, north London for £8.95 million ($11.95 million) last year, according to the Daily Mail.
The celebrity chef and restaurateur has a net worth of £300 million ($400 million), according to The Richest, and five children — Poppy, 15, Daisy 14, Petal, eight, Buddy, seven, and River, 16 months.
The family's Grade-II listed mansion boasts seven bedrooms and a lavish yet traditional kitchen complete with floating island, hanging pots, and even a wood-burning oven for family baking at the weekend.
Jools, who designs children's clothing and homewares, posts snaps of the family's idyllic life spent frolicking in the vegetable patch and making pancakes in their colourful kitchen to her 500,000-strong following on Instagram.
Scroll on to take a look around Jamie Oliver's lavish family home, including plenty of snaps of the children enjoying the mansion's various amenities, including a grand piano and picture-perfect garden with a tree-swing.
Jamie and Jools Oliver bought their £8.95 million home in Hampstead in 2016.
Source: Mail Online.
The property's crowning feature, the master suite, boasts panelled walls, a fireplace, and a super-king gilded bed complimented by a blush-toned colour scheme.
The celebrity chef must have been determined to find the perfect family kitchen while house hunting. Pots hanging on the wall add traditional, manor house charm to the family's home, and there's even a wood-fired oven fitted into the wall for weekend baking.
On the other side of the kitchen, a lengthy dining table is the perfect place for mid-week dinners with all the family.
The kitchen isn't the only room with a classic yet luxurious manor house feel. The family bathroom boasts gorgeous floral wallpaper and a free-standing tub.
There's also an elegant double sink and glitzy gold fittings adding to the regal aesthetic.
The seven-bedroom house has plenty of corners filled with interesting amenities, like this grand piano.
This family home has obviously been shaped by the children's interests. The playroom features all manner of dinky toys and play sets.
Jools' own "absolute favourite" room in the house is 16-month-old River's nursery.
Seven-year-old Buddy's bedroom is equally stunning. Check out his tree-house bed (with a cute treasure chest "buried" underneath).
Many of the children's rooms in the house play into a jolly rainbow colour scheme...
...With plenty of items coming from Jools' Little Bird range from Mothercare, including this adorable rainbow rug that Jools stole from the nursery for one of the "grown-up" rooms.
The £8.95 million mansion has a home-office for Jamie to encourage him to be home more often, complete with film posters and Star Wars memorabilia.
The celebrity chef even films some of his TV shows from the family's own kitchen — and some of the brood are always on hand to help with direction.
The family fun also spills out into the property's garden, where the children often hold picnics — such as this one they threw for Mother's Day.
If that isn't cute enough, there's also a rope swing hanging from one of the trees that bows over the picnic spot.
The quintessentially British garden even has it's own vegetable patch where the youngsters help their parents plant and grow their own produce.
The vegetable patch is so impressive, that it's even been used as the location for some of Jools' photoshoots for her children's line.