Inside Jack Grealish’s surprisingly quiet ‘£20,000’ birthday at £5,000-a-night log cabin



Posted Sunday, September 10, 2023 by Thesun.co.uk

HE went large in Ibiza, Las Vegas, Turkey, France and Malta this summer.

But it was a more wholesome affair on home turf for England football star Jack Grealish when he celebrated his 28th birthday this weekend.

Inside Jack Grealish’s surprisingly quiet ‘£20,000’ birthday at £5,000-a-night log cabin
Jack Grealish celebrated his 28th birthday in a low-key manner at a countryside lodge

I can reveal the £100million Manchester City winger threw a luxury soirée at five-star countryside lodge and spa Lakes By Yoo, in the Cotswolds, which is also favoured by supermodel Kate Moss.

The party boy splashed out a rumoured £20,000 on hiring several £5k-a-night log cabins for family, friends and model girlfriend Sasha Attwood, treating them to food, drink and live music ahead of his birthday today.

Organisers decorated the swimming pool with balloons on the Friday night and guests spent the Saturday enjoying the sun with a pool party and some paddle­boarding.

An insider said: "Jack comes from a big family and likes nothing more than to spend his hard-earned cash on them and share the love.

"He's proud of what he has achieved and is keen to celebrate this milestone.

"He works hard and likes to play hard too.

"He decided to clear his head for this family getaway and escape to the country and enjoy a pocket of upscale sophistication."

Jack, who had to pull out of the England squad with a thigh injury and missed the draw against Ukraine yesterday, visited the retreat last year with Sasha and her family.

The lodges boast up to six bedrooms and are situated on their own island — complete with a beach — for ultimate privacy.

They include a fire pit, kayaks and a boat to travel to and from the lake shore.

When Jack celebrated winning the Treble with Man City in June, he spoke about his family — dad Kevin, mum Karen, brother Kevan and sisters Kiera and Holly.

He said: "To win the Treble with this group of players and this staff is just so special.

"I don't know, I just . . . anyone that knows me knows how much of a family person I am and how much I love football.

"This is what I've worked for my whole life."

Many happy returns Jack.

SHOWBIZ BFFs Amanda Holden and Alan Carr will host the ­Attitude Awards next month.

The duo, who had fans in stitches on BBC One show Amanda & Alan's Italian Job, will present the LGBTQ lifestyle mag's annual ceremony in London on October 11.

My mole tells me: "Organisers are delighted to have snapped up Amanda and Alan to host. They'll be a right laugh."

NINETIES psychedelic rock band Kula Shaker returned for a one-off gig at central London's 100 Club before heading off to tour America.

The band, led by singer Crispian Mills, played an intimate set of their impressive back catalogue of hits while also showcasing new songs Gaslighting, Waves, Indian Record Player and Natural Magick.

The latter is the title track from their new album, set for release in January.

It made for an energetic, electric and thoroughly enjoyable set. And it all built to a climactic finish, with final song Govinda.

Accompanied by guest Johnny Kalsi, a traditional Indian dhol drummer, they turned the atmosphere in the tiny club into one of a street party.

A brilliant evening and a very memorable performance, which left the audience wanting more.

And it gave us a tantalising glimpse of what's to come on the new record. Roll on January.



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