Towie star Liam Gatsby splashes out on £85k Range Rover after swapping Essex for LA | The Sun

FORMER Towie star Liam Gatsby has treated himself to a brand new Range Rover after quitting the reality show and moving to LA.

The Essex lad, 34, posed beside his gleaming black car in the showroom which had a big bow on the bonnet.

Gatsby captioned his Instagram snaps: "New chapter. new beginnings. new everything."

Former co-star Dan Osborne vowed to visit his pal soon, while Chloe Sims, who is also living in LA, commented: "Nice."

A week before, Gatsby revealed he'd found his dream home in the Californian city.

He wrote: "Got the keys to my new place in my dream location & I’m only 30 minutes down the road from Mum and the rest of my family which is the main thing.


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"It’s taken a lot for me to get to this point and for once I’m feeling proud of myself. I now live in the world famous ‘Sunset Strip’ in West Hollywood.

"Feeling so grateful and relieved the move is nearly over as it’s been a stressful time. Now time to sort the furniture and sort my real estate career out. Big thanks to everyone who has supported me & this is only the beginning of my new journey."

Last year Gatsby insisted he would not return to the ITVBe show after his shock exit.

Speaking exclusively to The Sun about his decision to leave, he said: "I would never do something like Towie again.

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"I would do reality TV again, but in property, but I would say no to returning to Towie.

"If it continues and they ever wanted me to do a cameo or something then fine, but I’d say no to returning permanently."

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