Inside the glamorous life of new Dragon’s Den star Steven Bartlett with exotic holidays, designer wardrobe & cute pooch

DRAGONS' Den star Steven Bartlett has joined the show as its youngest ever Dragon – aged just 28.

And behind the scenes Steven leads a very glamorous lifestyle with a wardrobe packed full of designer gear, jet-setting and precious family time.

He is the chief executive of social media marketing agency The Social Chain – currently valued at £300million.

Steven, who set the company up from his Manchester bedroom after dropping out of university at 22, knows exactly how to work hard and play hard.

The new Dragon has previously posted snaps of himself at marketing events, sharing his business knowledge with others.

The businessman is always impeccably dressed wearing a range of designer outfits.

Steven has previously donned labels like Gucci and Versace when he's at the office.

On special occasions, the young entrepreneur has been seen wearing a black suit with a bowtie and a trilby hat.

This well dressed man also knows how to let his hair down – he shared a photo of him enjoying a boozy night out at a rooftop bar in New York, five years ago.

He leads a jet-setting lifestyle, previously posing in front of a plane before a big trip.

Steven makes the most of his trips away to recharge his batteries, the busy businessman shared a stunning snap of him enjoying some downtime while taking in the gorgeous scenery in New York.

He also took to Instagram to share a snap of him admiring the gorgeous skyline.

He wrote: "Feeling very confident in the talent of this young ambitious team 🙌🏾🇺🇸📈 share with me what you've been working on."

Steven often shows off his incredible holidays including beach trips to exotic locations and city work trips.

Sharing a pic of him relaxing while overlooking a huge pool, he wrote: "HOW TO LIVE YOUR DREAM."

He has travelled the world and documented his experiences – Milan, Paris, Rome, Las Vegas – you name it, he's been there.

When the business owner is not jet-setting abroad, he can enjoy some R'n'R at his luxury pad with his adorable pooch Pablo.

The sweet dog is regularly seen cosying up to his owner or napping on him after a long day.

Steven's house boasts all the mod cons including a huge flat screen TV and a plenty of chic furniture and personal touches including ornaments and books.

The new BBC One star is a huge family man and proudly shows off his adorable daughter and partner.

He is the doting father, regularly posting pics of him enjoying quality time with his sweet little girl.

When he's not working hard in the office, he working up a sweat in the gym to maintain his trim physique.

He recently shared a snap of him in the gym, writing: "Consistent exercise to me represents being heathy, being self-disciplined and being future focused.

"So this year In order to achieve my goal of becoming the best version of me. My DIET, my EXERCISE & my SLEEP are my top priorities. 🥗🏃🏾😴."

Steven regularly gives his fans a glimpse inside his working life – he is often pictured attending event, giving speeches and at glam photoshoots for TV campaigns.

He shared a clip earlier today to announce his new role on the Dragons panel, he wrote: "ANNOUNCEMENT 🔥 NEW ERA, NEW DRAGON 🐲

The BBC show sees budding entrepreneurs pitch their ideas to five multi-millionaires in the hope of securing an investment.

The show's youngest ever Dragon will be part of series 19, which begins filming in the summer.

He will join fellow Dragons Deborah Meaden, Peter Jones, Touker Suleyman and Sara Davies in the Den.

Steven will take the place of Vitabiotics CEO Tej Lalvani, who revealed he would be leaving the BBC show after four years in January.

Steven said: "It’s a tremendous honour to join the Den, hopefully representing a new generation of entrepreneurs, inspiring young and specifically under-represented entrepreneurs to follow in my footsteps."

He added that he had watched Dragons' Den since he was 12 and that it was "my first window into the real world of business and investing."

Steven developed his companies, The Social Chain and Media Chain after he dropped out of university at the age of 22.

He took the firm public five years later before leaving to pursue other investment opportunities six years after he set it up.

He also released a book this year called Happy Sexy Millionaire and hosts a podcast called The Diary Of A CEO.

Sarah Clay, commissioning editor for entertainment at the BBC, said: "As well as being our youngest ever Dragon, Steven’s unique approach to business will bring a whole new dynamic to the Den.

"He brings a wealth of experience from the social media, technological and brand building worlds. I’m so excited to see him in the next series."

Chi Ukairo, executive producer of Dragons’ Den at BBC Studios, added: "Steven is a great addition to the Den and we are all looking forward to seeing him in action when we start filming this summer."

Dragons' Den airs on Thursdays at 8pm on BBC One.

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