Tamara Ecclestone gives sneak-peek inside lavish Hermes-filled wardrobe
Tamara Ecclestone has opened the doors to her Hermes-filled wardrobe for one last time before relocating to her 45-million-pound Kensington mansion.
Even the heiresses' father - F1 mogul Bernie Ecclestone - sometimes feels her bag-buying habit is getting out of hand.
The 28-year-old is seen standing inside her legendary walk-in wardrobe, a multi-room experience in her Chelsea home that is stuffed to bursting with designer garments, accessories, shoes and bags.
In the shoe section there are over 120 pairs of Louboutin heels - an average cost of 500 pounds each.
And she has a glass cabinet reserved exclusively for some 30 Hermes Birkins in every colour of the rainbow - bags which routinely sell for between 5,000 and 100,000 pounds.
"My mum walks in to my wardrobe and goes, "You're sick Tamara! This isn't normal!" Which it probably isn't, but ... it makes me so happy," the Daily mail quoted her as saying.
In the new house, Tamara's wardrobe will be spread over an entire wing and feature a lingerie cabinet, handbags on a conveyor rack and two TVs.
The centrepiece will be the 1-million-pound stone bathtub, carved out of white crystal. The bath, which will require reinforced floors to support its two-ton weight, will be illuminated from underneath and semi-transparent.
The other half of the wing will be dedicated to the model's exhaustive designer wardrobe.
Tamara, who once said that she had "lost count" of the number of 5,000-pound Hermes Birkin handbags she owned, will have her clothes stored in six rows of wardrobe racks, dedicated to either "eveningwear", "casual/gym wear" or "everyday".
Additionally, the room will feature a lingerie cabinet, handbags on a conveyor rack and two TVs.