London - Perhaps he needs somewhere to cool his fiery temper - Gordon Ramsay is splashing out £80 000 (about R1.5-million) on two "igloos" for his £7-million home.
Many wealthy Londoners are making extra space in their multi-million-pound properties by creating so-called iceberg homes - burrowing underground to create one or more floors.
But Ramsay, 52, and his wife Tana, 44, have applied to have the luxury pods in their back garden in Wandsworth, south London, to create accommodation for family and friends.
The electrically heated cabins, which are built in Estonia and cost up to £40 000 each, have a double bed, a kitchen, a living room and a shower room. Clad in spruce shingles - and looking like something a hobbit might live in - they are the latest trend among A-listers, with both David Beckham and Guy Ritchie having had similar huts from the same manufacturer built at their country homes.