Inside Jeremy Kyles £3million Windsor home he didnt leave for months after show backlash

Jeremy Kyle has claimed that he didn't leave his home for months following the axing of his ITV show in 2019.

The presenter has been candid about his own reaction to the show ending following the tragic death of guest Steve Dymond, saying he hid in this property as the press closed in.

Luckily for the 56-year-old, he lives in a palatial £3million townhouse in Windsor with his wife Vicky Burton and their two-year-old son.

Speaking to The Sun previously, Jeremy said he kept the curtains closed and hid from the world after the show ended.

He said: "For months I just didn’t leave the house. I kept the curtains closed and didn’t want to even do normal things. The whole country's media was outside the front door, and I understand why, but it was hell. I was like a rabbit in headlights."

“There were TV news microphones coming over the back fence and everybody's having their say — and I just had to bunker down, even though my instinct was to come out and defend myself."

He also added: “When I did eventually force myself out, I found myself sneaking and skulking around in fear."

The £3 million townhouse property Jeremy lives in features a red brick front, a Georgian-style porch and a double garage.

However, the broadcaster tends to remain private when it comes to photographs taken inside his home.

Fans were offered a glimpse of the kitchen on Christmas Day in a photo uploaded to social media by Jeremy's former costar, counsellor Graham Stanier.

It is reported that the TV host also owns a second property in the same area, as well as a Barbados holiday home worth £2million.

Jeremy has four other children, Harriet, 29, who he shares with his first wife Kirsty, as well as Alice, 16, Ava, 14, and Henry, ten, who he shares with second wife Carla.

This week the show, its production and eventual cancellation was the centre of an explosive Channel 4 documentary, Death on Daytime.

The investigation claimed that the show took advantage of vulnerable people and that Jeremy was at the centre of the reportedly toxic culture.

Jeremy, who fronted the ITV show for 14 years before it was axed, has insisted there "are two sides to every story" as he discussed the programme on his talkRadio show.

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