When your name is Bubble, you can't exactly live in a two-up, two-down terraced house.
So it make sense that Absolutely Fabulous' Bubble (Patsy's brainless assistant) now lives in a bubble-inspired house in the new film.
But this isn't just any bubble house (well, it's not like there's a lot of them out there), but it's the Palais Bulles, otherwise known among the fashion elite as the Bubble Palace.
Built between 1975 and 1989, the futuristic 1,200 sq m house – situated in the French Riviera – is the brainchild of Hungarian architect Antti Lovag who is said to have been inspired by prehistoric caves and hated right angles. You don't say...
Unsurprisingly, the house was custom built for fashion royalty, none other than former head of coats and suits at Christian Dior, fashion designer Pierre Cardin, and last year featured as the setting for Dior's resort collection.
With round beds, three swimming pools and a 500-seat outdoor amphitheatre, we couldn't resist taking a look inside the £346m curvy mansion:
One of three swimming pools
Right that's it. We're moving to the Côte d'Azur.