Djibril Cissé’s ex-wife holidays in caravan park in experimental Channel 5 show

Former Liverpool ace Djibril Cissé's ex-wife Jude is taking part in a Channel 5 experiment.

Rich Holiday, Poor Holiday, which aired this evening, saw Jude swap holidays with the McQueen family from Peckham in south London.

Jude manages a £6 million property portfolio, and took kids Cassius, Prince and Marley to the Devon caravan park, where they were placed on a tight budget.

Before they get going to Devon, Jude admits: "My worst holiday would be cramped up constantly in a building with the kids."

Jude even has the title of Lady, having splashed the cash on a 10 acre estate with her ex-husband in 2005.


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Meanwhile, the McQueens, who rely on Jay's bus driver salary of £450 a week, were jetted out to Jude's Marrakesh villa, complete with staff, for a £11,000 trip.

Jay and Leah share six kids, and the family could dine in absolute luxury and even visit a beach owned by rap legend 50 Cent.

Back in Devon, the Cissés took some time to get used to living on the budget of £260 for the week, which had to include all entertainment and food.


Jude fed back after their first night: "My first night in the caravan was better than I expected.

"Although I did hear some funny noises…I wouldn't like to say what. It just makes you realise people can hear you in the caravan.

"I slept on the sofa and I had to face the window otherwise I felt like I was just going to roll off."

Still, they grew quite fond of the park, with Jude even saying that the budget made everything less stressful because the kids couldn't pester her for things they couldn't afford.

Lad Marley was won over by the budget holiday after he made a new pal at a bowling alley, saying that the isolation of the Moroccan villa made it tough to mix with other kids.

He told: "This is the exact holiday that I wanted."

Leah, though, wasn't quite so taken with the Moroccan high life.

"There's a sense of isolation in places like this," she observed.

Seeing the bill of £627 at the end of the week, she exclaimed: "I don't get it. They've got a pool at home. That's a lot of money!"

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