Inside Jennifer Lopez’s £1.8million caravan designed for partying with two floors and a bar – you can stay in it too | The Sun

JENNIFER LOPEZ is known for having a life full of luxuries, and that extends to the caravan she uses while on tour.

Named Baby Girl, the caravan costs around £1.8million and is one of the most expensive on the market.

Anderson Mobile States is an American company that has manufactured caravans for Will Smith's movies Fast and Furious and Riddick: Dead Man Stalking.

The company describes Jennifer Lopez's caravan as the most modern and comfortable unit they have ever produced.

The two-floor caravan is 111 square meters, with enough space to throw a party.

Inside, it is fitted with luxurious wood and the best marble available on the market.

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Downstairs you'll find a lounge, dining room, private cinema and office.

Next to the lounge is a fully-equipped kitchen with a three-door fridge, microwave and 2-burner cooktop.

The spacious bathroom has a walk-in shower and a sink in marble.

On the second level, there is another lounge with a huge sofa.


The £1.2million caravan with two ensuite bedrooms and its own wine collection

Inside the £100k caravan with two floors and its own sunbathing terrace

The giant U-shaped leather couch seats dozens of people but it can become a double bed at night.

And let's not forget there is a bar area and another bathroom on this floor too.

Anderson Mobile Estates said that the caravan could sleep two people, but can cater for at least 12.

And you can stay in it too. Renting it for one night costs between £400 to £670 depending on the time of year.

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