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and that's before you've even heard his deep, booming voice. He studied at independent boarding school Kimbolton, and later graduated from the prestigious University of Birmingham.
Along with his girlfriend Lucy Watson, he has signed with Europe's top modelling agency, Model 1.
Estimated net worth: £1.5 million "James Dunmore" is just a posh name, isn't it?
Add on top of that his rugby-boy build and you're starting to see some real poshness come through…
The range has gone from strength to strength since then and now stocks a wide range of bikinis (starting from £79.20), shirts and sarongs. Though, she does like to fly her dogs over from the States, so that's pretty posh.
She attended the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Los Angeles, and first found fame in MTV's cast member and boi, but he's actually disappointingly un-posh.
While we could only dream of owning a Range Rover and heading to a country house for the weekend, it's all in a day's work for the , having made her debut in the first episode of series 15.You can find Myttons at universities around the country: sure, they wear Jack Wills, spend ages on their hair, and probably have a trust fund, but where are the royal connections? We love Mytton but he's just not as posh as some of his mates. He did at least study at Lord Wandsworth College and later attended Oxford Brookes.Estimated net worth: £650,000 It's not really a surprise that Jess and Mytton had a sort of awkward "thing" between them, given that they're at about similar levels of poshness.Estimated net worth: £650,000posh, but her accent is definitely there (and she's certainly mastered the art of the sneer). However, we'd argue that she's actually a middle-class girl done good.And on top of that, her dad Clive is a genius entrepreneur who owns The Phene pub in Chelsea (the one Lucy hangs out at all the time, funnily enough) and has his fingers in several other pub pies. She went to an independent school, but begged to leave Surrey's Epsom College when she was 13 because she hated boarding so much – instead, she went to the private Harrodian School and then boarded at Berkshire's posh Wellington College.