Up to now, we are never really sure what Vera Sidika does for a living.
But we can just say she’s a sociallite for now.
The controversial socialite recently left many surprised after sharing her dream house which she plans to build in a few years and it’s a master piece.
While on tour in London, she took the time to visit Kesington Palace, owned by Queen Elizabeth II.
Taking to social media on Friday, July 21, she announced that her dreams have now changed and she plans on replicating a better version of the palace, probably in Kenya.
She said: My visit to the Kensington Palace inspired me to build a Better version of it 💪
And trust me, What Sidika wants, Sidika gets cause she a go getter. I’ll remind y’all this ONE DAY 😌
As one of central London’s royal residences, Kensington Palace has been a home and refuge to the royal family since the 17th century.
Now, it is the official residence to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – otherwise known as our familiar Kate and Wills.
Built in 1605, it has roots in Jacobean architecture and was first known as Nottingham House. Now it is one of London’s most exquisite palaces and comes with acres of manicured gardens and the world famous Orangery.
Today, the State Rooms are open to the public and managed by the independent charity Historic Royal Palaces, a nonprofit organisation that does not receive public funds.
The offices and private accommodation areas of the Palace remain the responsibility of the Royal Household and are maintained by the Royal Household Property Section.
The palace also displays many paintings and other objects from the Royal Collection.